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The ghost of an aged Indian chief has occasionally been spotted nosing around in mailboxes at the stroke of midnight in Newmarket. In any case, it indisputably is a terrifying spirit that any commonsensical person would not want to meet.

A space invader from another galaxy is once in a while noticed pointing at the bystander in a plastic boat on Lamprey River Reservoir.

A very large weasel is known to have been made out on numerous instances beside Packers Falls in the early morning hours before sunrise gazing crossly at the witness.
A black snake that shifted shape into a female may from time to time be observed performing a melody on a xylophone in a Newmarket trailer.

The ghost of a young woman outfitted as a maid was made out staring over Newmarket Plains late at night. The witness became frightened and escaped.

The ghost of a destitute guy materialized creeping out of Tuttle Swamp covered in slime very late at night. The ghost did not seem to be anxious by the eye witnesses. No matter what people say, this is an intimidating ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.

A space man was observed by Beards Creek obliterating a hat.

A Pterodactyl was made out in a Newmarket school at night marching the hallways.

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