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The phantom of a civil war soldier has frequently been spotted slurping water from Fritz Spring late in the night.

The phantom of a gentleman with a pentagram etched into his foot is regularly seen up on Appalachian Mountains trying to exclaim something. Folks here declare that this ghost gets pleasure from startling foolish folks who come searching for ghosts in Mc Connellsburg. Nonetheless, this phantom unquestionably is terrifying; one that should be avoided.

The ghost of an awfully mangled hunter dragging a dead bear is rumored to have been noticed on a few instances on the summit of one of the hills in the Appalachian Mountains after midnight attempting to seize something. A woman who lives here asserts that this ghost may be the soul of a resident who passed away here in Mc Connellsburg before the present. In any event, this is an unlikable ghost that is rather not disturbed.
    
A female with no head may regularly be observed shining a lantern down by the water at Cowans Gap Lake. Regardless of what, it indisputably is a creepy ghost that you do not want to encounter very late at night.

The phantom of a young female with a wire around her neck can be seen very often pulling a dead body across the dirt in Cowans Gap State Park on a dark night.

An enormously chilling ghost has sometimes been witnessed late in the night staring over The Cove. One of the folks who live here decisively says that this ghost may be a well-known old days dweller of Mc Connellsburg.

Goldilocks is once in a while noticed in the backseat of a VW by the driver spotting the ghost in his rear view mirror before sunrise.
 

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