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A man devoid of a head has often been spotted browsing through garbage cans on a Chester residential road. In any case, it's without a doubt a scary ghost that you wouldn't want to run into in the early morning hours.

Napoleon Bonaparte is regularly witnessed on the top of Long Hill late at night staring at the vista.

An enormous chamois has been said to have been noticed on a few instances hovering in the air like a balloon in Chester.
    
A Pteranodon may often be noticed in a convenience store in the Chester neighborhood.

A space alien from planet Mars may be seen very often trying on a hat in a Chester residence.

A very terrifying ghost has from time to time been spotted creeping out of a drain hole on a Chester road after midnight. Folks here allege that this ghost takes pleasure in frightening foolish people who are brave enough to interrupt the tranquility in Chester. No matter what, this phantom indisputably is scary; one that you shouldn't go trying to locate.

The phantom of an old lady carrying a gun is sometimes made out snooping in mailboxes before dawn in Chester. One of the residents determinedly asserts that this ghost could be the soul of a resident who died here in Chester a long time ago.
 

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