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William Shakespeare was spotted in a deserted location close to Inwood.

An extraterrestrial from another solar system emerged thinking by Coyle Run.

The ghost of a pregnant woman was noticed hitch-hiking beside a gloomy road next to Inwood. The arrival of the eye witness startled the spirit who then vanished. One of the residents steadfastly claims that this ghost is that of a local resident who settled here in Inwood long ago. One thing is for certain, it unquestionably is a bloodcurdling ghost that any normal person wouldn't want to encounter.

A giant lynx came into view looking at the panorama from the peak of Roundtop before sunrise.
    
An enormous eland was distinguished in Mills Gap in the early morning hours pointing at the watcher.

An extraterrestrial has frequently been distinguished washing a blood-splattered shirt in Branson Spring before dawn.

The alien pilot of an alien spacecraft is often perceived dispatching a packet at an Inwood post office.

The ghost of a youthful gentleman in a coat has supposedly been seen on one or two occasions articulating into the air as if somebody besides was present. In any case, this phantom sure is terrifying; one that you shouldn't go searching for.
 

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