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A huge hedgehog was distinguished rummaging around in trash container on a Woodstock residential road.

A space invader emerged hovering in the air like a helium balloon in Woodstock.

An extraterrestrial voyager from outer space was spotted in a restaurant in the Woodstock neighborhood.

A colossal hartebeest came into sight at Abbott Dam in the early morning hours taking pleasure in the surroundings.
    
A Megalosaurus was seen on the shore of Abbott Pond scraping out a hole.

The ghost of an appallingly mangled hunter hauling a dead wolf was observed tossing chunks of concrete into the stream at Abington Brook late at night. This is one of those ghosts that is witnessed repeatedly nearby. Some people say this ghost takes pleasure in frightening foolhardy folks who come trying to find ghosts in Woodstock.

A space invader from Jupiter has frequently been noticed trying on clothes in a Woodstock apartment.

A space man from space is frequently witnessed staring at the sight from the peak of Allen Hill at the stroke of midnight.

The spirit of a young woman with a wire around her neck is rumored to have been observed on frequent instances by Cedar Swamp smoking a cigar.
 

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