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A female with a blue-green face may be perceived very often trying to find a box next to a parked Honda in a Sicklerville parking lot around midnight. One thing's for guaranteed, this is a bad ghost that you shouldn't go seeking.

The ghost of a mail carrier has from time to time been noticed in a Sicklerville area store, marching the aisles. Well, it's a scary ghost that should be kept away from.

A giant hippopotamus is sometimes observed up on Pine Hill trying to find a photo.

A very large cony has been made out on numerous occasions guzzling root beer on a dark night on a park bench in Sicklerville.
The alien commander of an extraterrestrial spacecraft can now and then be observed staggering through a house in Sicklerville.

Snow White was made out strolling through a building in close proximity to Sicklerville.

An enormous warthog showed up walking through a Sicklerville vicinity churchyard.

A space alien from Pluto was observed sobbing by a wild road in close proximity to Sicklerville very late at night.

Genghis Khan was observed staying in an uninhabited villa in Sicklerville.

A giant raccoon has regularly been noticed being carried by a low rider on a gloomy highway near Sicklerville.

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