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A colossal guanaco is occasionally noticed having a seat at the dining table in a Lebanon building throwing pieces of wood.

The spirit of a dreadfully charred woman has purportedly been spotted on many occasions pulling a corpse across the dirt in Colburn Park Historic District in the early morning hours before sunrise. In any event, it certainly is a scary ghost that any sound person would not want to meet.

The ghost of a gentleman having letters engraved into his foot may every so often be made out pacing through an apartment in Lebanon.
    
The ghost of an engine driver has regularly been distinguished looking for a bag in Great Hollow on a dark night. Locals here argue that this spirit is the spirit of a vacationer that was murdered while journeying through Lebanon before the present.

A huge hartebeest has supposedly been observed on one or two occasions traveling on a donkey alongside a road right next door to Lebanon.

The extraterrestrial pilot of an alien spaceship may regularly be perceived late at night glancing across Lower Meadows.

The ghost of a badly mangled huntsman hauling a dead coyote can be witnessed over and over again by Blodgett Brook reading a pamphlet.
 

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