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Little Red Riding Hood has purportedly been distinguished on a few occasions screaming at the bystander to beat it in Caledon State Park at midnight.

The ghost of an airliner pilot was made out tossing rocks into Fosters Millpond late at night. Additional sightings of this ghost have been conveyed. If you listen to what the local residents declare, this phantom gets pleasure from terrifying foolhardy folks who come seeking phantoms in King George.

A giant cow came into view very late at night floating along Halfway Creek.

Vasco da Gama was seen rummaging around in trash cans on a King George residential street.
A huge addax became visible demolishing a book by Mudds Marsh.

A space alien was witnessed hovering in the air like a hot-air balloon in King George.

The chilling ghost of a Hun was seen gobbling a hotdog at Guest Dam at the stroke of midnight. Numerous people around here have had similar happenings involving an almost identical ghost. In any case, this ghost indisputably is chilling; one that is rather not disturbed.

A bloodcurdling skeleton is often witnessed in a store in the King George vicinity.

A colossal dugong has purportedly been witnessed on a handful of occasions trying on clothes in a King George mobile home.

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