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A space invader is often distinguished concealing a body by a large boulder in Anderson Park in the early morning hours.

A giant marmoset has purportedly been noticed on a small number of instances at midnight chasing a passing Ford on a shady road near Bristol.

The extraterrestrial pilot of an alien spaceship can often be noticed in the backseat of a Jeep by the driver observing the ghost in her rear view mirror in the early morning hours before sunrise.
The ghost of a lady having a cross carved into her cheek has now and then been made out gardening in the front garden of a house in Bristol. Some folks assert this phantom is the tormented spirit of a long departed Bristol local person.

The ghost of a lady with a stiletto in her back is every so often seen by a lady fishing by a lake outside Bristol. One thing's for guaranteed, this ghost unquestionably is menacing; one that any normal person would not want to come across.

A big menacing beast has purportedly been seen on a handful of occasions at Middlebrook Dam very late at night taking pleasure in the vista.

The ghost of a chained up woman can now and then be perceived sitting on a bench in an apartment in Bristol. It has been argued that this exact ghost is that of a person who lived here in Bristol before the present.

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