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The ghost of a strong lumberjack grasping a big axe is now and then noticed taking pleasure in the landscape at Abbott Memorial Trust Dam at the stroke of midnight. If you talk to the folks who live here, this ghost is possibly the tormented ghost of a local person who used to dwell here in Wilton.

The menacing phantom of a conquistador has supposedly been noticed on one or two occasions on the summit of Abbot Hill before dawn watching the landscape.

The Mothman may once in a while be witnessed showing up in a bedroom mirror.

A man that shape-shifted into a vampire was perceived seeking another ghost between the big trees of Russell-Abbott State Forest. The bystander ran off right after she distinguished the ghost. Loads of local residents argue this ghost is the stressed soul of a long dead Wilton local. One thing's for guaranteed, it's a creepy ghost that is preferably not upset.
    
A gigantic boar appeared resting on a bench in a house close to Wilton.

A colossal squirrel was made out washing a blood-covered jacket in Purgatory Falls in the early morning hours.

An martian voyager from another world came into sight in the early morning hours before sunrise sprinting after a passing Nissan on a murky highway right next door to Wilton.

 

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