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An extraterrestrial traveler from another part of the galaxy has supposedly been noticed on one or two occasions staggering through a Charleston area cemetery.

A youthful girl having on a bloody prom dress can occasionally be seen spending time in a derelict villa in Charleston.

A guy with a spear in his head was witnessed standing by a wild road near Charleston. This is one of those ghosts that is perceived very often around here. It has been said that this precise ghost is in all probability the undeparted ghost of a resident who used to have a house here in Charleston.
An extraterrestrial from another part of the galaxy came into view mounted on a motorcycle on a dark road near Charleston.

A huge leopard was perceived looking over Accabee Flats at midnight.

The Abominable Snowman emerged in a flat in Charleston.

The spirit of a mail carrier was noticed pacing along a secluded highway in close proximity to Charleston. The onlooker ran off immediately after he witnessed the ghost.

A giant rhinoceros was witnessed appearing in a restroom mirror.

A big terrifying dragon has repeatedly been witnessed turning toward the viewer at the water at Albemarle Point.

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