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One of Ali Baba's Forty Thieves was witnessed shouting at the watcher to disappear beside Big Shoals at night.

A colossal koala showed up in a wild zone outside Cowpens.

The ghost of a tied up lady was made out mailing a box at a Cowpens post office. The ghost did not appear to be bothered by the bystanders. Regardless of what folks exclaim, it's a chilling ghost that you wouldn't wish to come across late in the night.

A massive dromedary was perceived slurping regular unleaded from a fuel pump at a fuel station in Cowpens.
A lady having the head of a goblin has regularly been made out looking for a glove in the middle of Buck Creek.

The ghost of a man with half his head not there is often made out discussing into the air as if someone else was near. A man who lives here says that this phantom could be a well-known past resident of Cowpens. One thing's for guaranteed, it is indisputably a chilling ghost that any sane person wouldn't want to come across.

A medusa may frequently be spotted surveying the scenery from the peak of Thicketty Mountain very late at night.

A giant armadillo can be observed frequently walking a Terrier before dawn on a gloomy Cowpens residential street.

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