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A man's body with the head of a pig can be witnessed often in the rear seat of a car by the driver catching a sight of the ghost in his rear view mirror in the early morning hours before sunrise. Folks here declare that this ghost is the undeparted soul of a long forgotten Starr local.

Socrates has once in a while been seen glancing at the vista from the highest spot of Little Mountain after midnight.

An extraterrestrial voyager from deep space is every so often made out by a person hiking along a trail in the vicinity of Starr.
An alien from planet Jupiter has purportedly been observed on several instances resting on a bench in a building in Starr.

A feminine figure has regularly been perceived yelling names underneath a streetlamp in Starr. A local woman claims that this ghost is the ghost of a visitor that was killed while traveling through Starr a long time ago. In any event, this is an antagonistic phantom that you shouldn't go trying to find.

The ghost of a gentleman carrying a sword is often seen turning toward the onlooker down by High Schoals very late at night.

A woman with worms crawling out of her mouth is rumored to have been distinguished on a few occasions walking from house to house very late at night on a Starr lane.

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