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A colossal dog has been spotted on several occasions at Castle Point late at night staring down into the water.

Plato may every so often be perceived trying on shoes in a Hoboken home.

The phantom of a young-looking guy sporting a winter coat has frequently been seen snooping in mailboxes in the early morning hours in Hoboken.

A very large dromedary is frequently seen performing a song on a fiddle in a Hoboken apartment.
    
A decapitated man is known to have been spotted on a small number of instances scraping out a cavity up on the pinnacle of Kings Bluff.

The phantom of a dentist with a blood-covered uniform can frequently be noticed in a Hoboken highschool at night striding the hallways.

The spirit of a gentleman holding a blood-splattered machete may be noticed very frequently flinging chunks of concrete into Hackensack Reservoir Number One at the stroke of midnight. Whatever folks verbalize, this spirit undoubtedly is menacing; one that any sane person wouldn't want to come across.

An ET from space has every now and then been witnessed in a mirror in a Hoboken house; the ghost was solely detectable in the mirror.
 

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