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The alien commander of an unidentified flying object came into view trying to grip something in Adelphi Mill Recreation Center late at night.

The phantom of a woman with half her head missing was perceived in a residence in Hyattsville. This ghost is fantastically active in this neighborhood; there have been numerous other stories of this precise ghost.

A minotaur showed up walking next to a desolate road near Hyattsville.

An alien traveler from space was spotted down at Takoma Spring around midnight screaming names.
A woman with a sword in her head was perceived appearing chilling beside the water at Burnt Mills Reservoir. The watcher ran off when he saw the ghost. It's been alleged that this individual ghost likes frightening people who come trying to find ghosts in Hyattsville.

A wandering ghost has often been distinguished coming into view in a closet mirror. In any event, this ghost certainly is scary; one that you wouldn't want to bump into late at night.

A very large mandrill is regularly seen late in the night sprinting after a passing truck on a shady road outside Hyattsville.

An alien from Venus has been said to have been seen on several instances raking leaves in the side yard of an apartment in Hyattsville.

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