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A space alien came into sight looking for a man on the shore of Greenbelt Lake.

The extraterrestrial commander of an unidentified flying object was witnessed down beside Magnolia Spring in the early morning hours sobbing.

The ghost of a lady with a sack bound around her head emerged in Greenwood Forest late in the night pitching a tent. This exact ghost has been perceived frequently in this location. Residents argue that this ghost is possibly the struggling ghost of a local who used to have a house here in Greenbelt.
    
A partially transparent guy dressed as the skipper of a freight ship was seen playing a harpsichord in a Greenbelt residence. There have been additional testimonies with reference to this spirit in the area.

An extremely large ocelot is regularly distinguished in a mirror in a Greenbelt house; the ghost was exclusively observable in the mirror.

A very large orangutan can repeatedly be perceived in a flat in close proximity to Greenbelt.

The ghost of a youthful man in a confederate uniform can be observed over and over again searching for a picture beneath a parked car in a Greenbelt parking lot around midnight. One thing's for sure, this phantom undoubtedly is chilling; one that should be shunned.
 

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