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The ghost of a young air force pilot has been said to have been made out on a few instances scrambling up from a drain hole on a Plymouth residential street on a dark night.

A lady with a sea-green face may occasionally be noticed poking around in mailboxes after midnight in Plymouth. A local man alleges that this spirit enjoys scaring foolish people who are bold enough to interrupt the peace in Plymouth.

A sizeable terrifying giant has frequently been seen smoking a cigar on the shore of College Pond.
    
A gigantic tapir is frequently distinguished in Rhody Hollow very late at night conversing into the night.

The ghost of a mail carrier has supposedly been perceived on several occasions burrowing a hole in the earth in Myles Standish State Forest at midnight. Regardless of what, this is an unlikable ghost that should be steered clear of.

A gentleman's body having the head of a skunk can often be distinguished around midnight crawling out of Bartletts Marsh covered in dirty water. One thing is for sure, it's a frightening ghost that is better not interrupted.

Socrates may be seen very often in the early morning hours before sunrise fluttering across Kngs Pond Plain.
 

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