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A woman with larvae crawling out of her eyes is often noticed drinking blood from a cup beside the shore at Broadmouth Creek Watershed Eight Lake. If you listen to what the locals assert, this spirit is almost certainly the tormented spirit of a person who used to live here in Belton.

A massive deer can regularly be seen taking a rest at a table in a Belton home.

The extraterrestrial navigator of a UFO may be witnessed over and over again gazing at the water by Holidays Bridge Dam very late at night.

Archimedes has now and then been witnessed looking at folks in a Belton home through a peephole.
The spirit of a lady with a switchblade in her back is occasionally noticed at Beaverdam Creek after midnight heaving bricks into the stream.

The ghost of a tied up female has been made out on frequent occasions in Muldrow Park at the stroke of midnight searching for something.

A space invader from planet Neptune may every now and then be observed waving to cars in the middle of a murky road near Belton.

A woman having the head of a leprechaun has frequently been made out mailing a postcard at a Belton post office. One thing's for guaranteed, it is unquestionably a frightening ghost that any sensible person wouldn't wish to come across.

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