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An alien from another planet is regularly noticed pacing through a residence outside Charleston.

The extraterrestrial mechanic of a flying saucer is rumored to have been witnessed on one or two instances at a public phone in Charleston talking on the phone.

The ghost of a pregnant female can be distinguished very often beside Carl Woods Spring in the early morning hours before sunrise struggling to utter something.
    
The ghost of a young-looking gentleman having on a coat has every so often been distinguished flickering a kerosene lamp in Blackwell Field at the stroke of midnight. Any which way, it's a creepy phantom that should be avoided.

An martian explorer from space is once in a while noticed at Baker Fork at night heaving boulders into the water.

A headless gentleman has been perceived on a small number of occasions frightening folks along a wild highway near Charleston very late at night. In any event, it is indisputably a creepy spirit that you would not want to meet on a dark night.

A lady with her arms chopped off may every so often be observed up on Bald Knob calling people's names. Lots of locals argue this spirit is the tormented soul of a long departed Charleston person who lived here.
 

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