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The ghost of a youthful guy in a jacket has often been spotted late in the night sprinting after a passing Dodge on a shady road next to Hampton. In any case, it's a chilling ghost that you do not want to run into after midnight.

Goldilocks is often made out in the rear seat of a Pontiac by the driver setting eyes on the ghost in his rear view mirror in the early morning hours before sunrise.

The martian technician of an unidentified flying object is rumored to have been observed on frequent occasions by a man fishing by a lake near Hampton.
A beheaded gentleman can repeatedly be witnessed seated in a beanbag in a building in Hampton. A local man alleges that this phantom gets pleasure from terrifying people who are courageous enough to upset the silence in Hampton. No matter what, it unquestionably is a scary phantom that you shouldn't go trying to locate.

A space alien from the Moon can be noticed time and again wandering from trailer to trailer in the early morning hours before sunrise on a Hampton lane.

A colossal sloth has every so often been made out resting at a table in a Hampton home.

A female with her head and right arm and right leg sliced off is now and then spotted staring at people in a Hampton building through an air vent. One of the local residents decisively says that this phantom may be the spirit of a resident who died here in Hampton in the past. One thing is for sure, this is a hostile ghost that is preferably not disturbed.

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