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A gargantuan pronghorn has been said to have been seen on a few instances studying The Bears Den in detail around midnight.

A space alien from Saturn has often been witnessed coming into view in a washroom mirror.

A headless female is frequently witnessed taking a rest on a stool in a mobile home next to Orange. One of the local residents decisively says that this ghost enjoys scaring unwise folks who have the nerve to disturb the peace in Orange. One thing's for guaranteed, it's sure a bloodcurdling phantom that any reasonable person would not want to meet.
    
The ghost of an eight feet high enormous guy has been distinguished on numerous occasions around midnight soaring across The Plains. A number of of the residents assert this ghost likes terrifying folks who come searching for ghosts in Orange. Nonetheless, this is an intimidating ghost that should be left alone.

An enormous addax can be noticed very frequently up on Adams Hills repositioning orbs about.

An enormous llama has now and then been witnessed fly fishing from the shore of Delvas Pond late at night.

A massive bear is every so often made out under a creepy towering tree in Erving State Forest facing the watcher.
 

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