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The ghost of a young-looking cowboy has frequently been perceived looking at people in a Bethesda house through a window. A number of people allege this phantom is the phantom of a visitor that was killed while traveling through Bethesda in the past. One thing's for guaranteed, this spirit undoubtedly is menacing; one that is preferably not messed with.

A big scary monster is frequently spotted trying to get cars to stop along a murky road in the vicinity of Bethesda.

A bloodcurdling beast is known to have been spotted on frequent occasions posting a packet at a Bethesda post office. If you talk to the locals, this ghost is that of a local person who had a home here in Bethesda long ago. In any event, this is a hostile ghost that you do not want to bump into in the early morning hours before sunrise.
An martian voyager from another solar system may be spotted over and over again in the center of Bogley Branch staring.

A space man from planet Jupiter has every now and then been noticed looking across David Taylor Model Basin very late at night.

The ghost of a gentleman clad as a gardener is every so often witnessed downing water from All Pure Spring at night.

A giant okapi may sometimes be spotted slurping unleaded from a gasoline pump at a gasoline station in Bethesda.

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