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A headless female has occasionally been spotted on the apex of Bear Knob after midnight looking at the vista.

An extraterrestrial from space is sometimes spotted in the rear seat of a car by the driver catching a glimpse of the ghost in her rear view mirror late at night.

The ghost of a teenage girl may now and then be noticed near Gilbert Porter Spring around midnight digging a crack.
    
The spirit of a lady having half her head lost was observed exploring Coal Hollow in detail at midnight. The eye witness ran away after she made out the ghost. Based on what the residents argue, this ghost enjoys scaring people who are fearless enough to disrupt the serenity in Branchland.

A very large pronghorn came into view in the early morning hours drifting along Alum Rock Branch.

A character with a skeleton face wearing shadowy robes was observed gardening in the side garden of a home in Branchland. The ghost did not mind that there was somebody other nearby. In any case, it is indisputably a terrifying ghost that is better not messed with.

A very large rabbit showed up by a guy hiking along a trail near Branchland.

A gargantuan anteater was distinguished taking in the view at Lees Fishing Lake Dam at night.
 

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