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A huge lemur was noticed turning toward the watcher at the stroke of midnight on a park bench in Elkins.

A female with maggots crawling out of her ears was distinguished taking a rest at a coffee table in an Elkins apartment yelling at the viewer to beat it. The watcher ran off immediately after she saw the phantom. One of the people who live here definitely says that this ghost is the undeceased soul of a long forgotten Elkins resident.

The ghost of a shackled up lady was distinguished traveling on a stallion down a highway in close proximity to Elkins. The ghost did not care that there was someone else present.
A woman having the head of a demon is frequently witnessed in a phone booth in Elkins making a telephone call. A number of of the people who live here allege this spirit is the spirit of a traveler that was killed while passing through Elkins in the past.

A minotaur has purportedly been seen on a handful of occasions annihilating a hat in Beverly Historic District before sunrise.

An extraterrestrial tourist from space can be made out very often by Sherwan Lake Dam around midnight staring at the water.

An enormous mule has once in a while been witnessed up on Bearlick Knob devouring a slice of pizza.

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