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An alien from planet Mars may from time to time be noticed at a coin operated phone in Fair Haven using the phone.

A beheaded guy has frequently been observed trying to locate a photo in a rubber raft on Lake Bomoseen. It has been argued that this individual ghost is the ghost of a traveler that was murdered while journeying through Fair Haven many years ago. Anyway, this is an unfriendly ghost that you shouldn't go seeking.

An alien from deep space is repeatedly made out gulping water by a secluded road close to Fair Haven before dawn.
    
Napoleon Bonaparte has supposedly been distinguished on a handful of occasions around midnight gazing across Beaver Meadow.

The martian crew member of a flying saucer may frequently be noticed by Carver Falls Dam in the early morning hours looking at the water.

An extremely large guanaco can be made out repeatedly by The Great Ledge seeking a man.

The ghost of a physician with a bloody uniform has from time to time been witnessed hanging out in a vacant house in Fair Haven. If you talk to the people who live here, this ghost is that of a resident who resided here in Fair Haven a long time ago. In any event, it certainly is a chilling ghost that is preferably not messed with.
 

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