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A somewhat see-through man outfitted as the skipper of a oil tanker was witnessed pacing beside a deserted highway in close proximity to Summit. The ghost didn't mind that there was someone else near. People here who have witnessed this phantom argue this phantom might be a well-known days gone by local of Summit.

A big bloodcurdling ghost was seen grasping a human headbone in a rubber boat on Echo Lake. When the bystander materialized the phantom fled.

A space invader from another world has often been observed relaxing on the floor in a home outside Summit.
    
The ghost of a young guy in a confederate uniform is regularly perceived late in the night chasing a passing Toyota on a gloomy highway near Summit. Whichever way, this phantom certainly is frightening; one that is rather not interrupted.

The ghost of a bound up man has allegedly been observed on a handful of instances gardening in the side garden of a residence in Summit. People say that this ghost is the tormented spirit of a long gone Summit local.

An enormous mynah bird can be made out repeatedly by a guy canoeing in a river next to Summit.

A massive cat has now and then been witnessed seated on a sofa in a building in Summit.
 

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