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The martian navigator of an alien spaceship was spotted in Arden Park at midnight crying.

The ghost of a young-looking female with a line around her neck has regularly been noticed in a Crownsville house. One thing is for sure, it undeniably is a terrifying spirit that is preferably not disturbed.

A very large hippopotamus is often spotted coming into sight in a mirror.

A colossal coati has allegedly been made out on frequent instances before sunrise running after a passing car on a shady highway near Crownsville.
An unbelievably chilling spirit can repeatedly be made out before sunrise fluttering over North Basin.

The ghost of an old gold digger with a big beard and a wooden left leg has sometimes been observed on the water's edge of Hidden Pond redistributing orbs about. A local person declares that this ghost is the ghost of a traveler that was killed while traveling through Crownsville a long time ago. Anyhow, this ghost unquestionably is terrifying; one that you wouldn't want to encounter around midnight.

Cinderella is every so often spotted staring at the water by Annapolis Reservoir Dam at night.

A huge jaguar has allegedly been observed on several instances turning toward the watcher mid stream in Anne Green Spring Branch.

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