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The phantom of a female with a bag bound around her head has allegedly been spotted on one or two occasions gripping a human headbone by Cold Spring Swamp. In any event, this is an unfriendly ghost that you shouldn't go trying to find.

A space invader can once in a while be spotted gazing at people in a Newton Highlands building through a peephole.

A large frightening ghost was perceived in a secluded area outside Newton Highlands. The arrival of the witness scared the phantom who then faded away.
The ghost of a shackled up gentleman appeared in Hemlock Gorge at midnight struggling to exclaim something. The bystander was frightened and ran away. No matter what, it's a bloodcurdling spirit that is better not disrupted.

Genghis Khan appeared waving to cars along a shady highway next to Newton Highlands.

The martian commander of a UFO was made out sending a letter at a Newton Highlands post office.

A massive lynx has often been seen slurping gasoline from a gasoline pump at a fueling station in Newton Highlands.

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