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An martian voyager from another part of the galaxy may repeatedly be made out floating down Barnaby Run very late at night.

A large creepy ghost may be spotted very often down by the water at Fox Ferry Point gripping a human skull.

William Shakespeare has sometimes been spotted playing an accordion in an Oxon Hill house.
A space invader from planet Neptune is now and then seen in an Oxon Hill school at night staggering the hallways.

The ghost of a young-looking guy in a confederate uniform is rumored to have been spotted on a small number of instances in a canoe on Anacostia First High Reservoir trying to grasp something. If you talk to the locals, this spirit is the spirit of a visitor that was murdered while passing through Oxon Hill some time ago.

A space alien from outer space was observed in a mirror in an Oxon Hill mobile home; the ghost was exclusively to be seen in the mirror.

A space man showed up in a home near Oxon Hill.

The spirit of a bum came into view trying to locate an object next to a parked Dodge in an Oxon Hill parking lot on a dark night. Freaked out by the viewers the ghost faded away into the dark. One thing is for certain, this phantom undeniably is bloodcurdling; one that any wise person wouldn't wish to bump into.

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