Bethel

 
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The ghost of an old cleaning lady is repeatedly spotted gazing furiously at the viewer by Bucks Ledge. Scores of locals assert this spirit is that of a local who resided here in Bethel a long time ago.

A very large crocodile is known to have been distinguished on numerous instances in a supermarket in the Bethel vicinity.

A black cat that transformed into a lady may be perceived very frequently trying on shoes in a Bethel mobile home. Regardless of what, it's a bloodcurdling spirit that you shouldn't go looking for.
    
The ghost of a dispossessed gentleman has now and then been witnessed scrambling out from a manhole on a Bethel road at the stroke of midnight. Local people who have made out this spirit declare this spirit likes frightening foolish folks who dare to disrupt the quiet in Bethel. Whatever folks exclaim, it sure is a creepy spirit that should be avoided.

An extraterrestrial voyager from another world is now and then noticed gazing at the view from the summit of Mount Abram very late at night.

A terrifying creature has supposedly been distinguished on several instances in Coon Hollow around midnight glugging down blood from a mug. Local people claim that this ghost enjoys scaring unwise people who come trying to locate ghosts in Bethel.

Archimedes can once in a while be noticed looking at the water by Bryant Pond Dam at midnight.

 

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