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A drifting ghost has occasionally been distinguished in a wild neighborhood near Effingham.

A Stegosaurus is every now and then observed pulling a body from the cold water of Alligator Branch at the stroke of midnight.

The alien captain of a flying saucer has purportedly been perceived on one or two instances on the pinnacle of The Stockade at the stroke of midnight observing the surroundings.
    
The ghost of an airline pilot may every so often be observed hitch-hiking in the middle of a murky road in close proximity to Effingham.

A gigantic panda was spotted dispatching a package at an Effingham post office.

A very large iguana became visible hovering over Sand Hill Bay after midnight.

An ET from planet Venus was observed conversing into the air as if someone besides was near.

The creepy phantom of a Gaul showed up on the shore of Forest Lake crying. The appearance of the eye witness terrified the ghost who then faded away. A local man declares that this ghost loves terrifying foolish folks who come looking for ghosts in Effingham. No matter what people express, it's a creepy ghost that you would not want to meet very late at night.
 

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