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A colossal hippopotamus may once in a while be noticed in the backseat of a Chrysler by the driver setting eyes on the spirit in her rear view mirror before dawn.

A gentleman with no head has often been seen at Warden Lake Dam in the early morning hours before sunrise enjoying the vista. It has been asserted that this particular phantom loves startling foolish folks who have the nerve to disrupt the calm in Wardensville.

The ghost of an aged prospector with a sizeable beard and a wooden right leg is frequently observed appearing frightening in Warden Lake Wildlife Management Area at the stroke of midnight. One thing is for sure, it's a frightening ghost that you shouldn't go seeking.
    
The ghost of a flight attendant has purportedly been perceived on many occasions sipping water from Fowlers Spring on a dark night. According to what the folks who live here say, this ghost loves startling foolhardy folks who come seeking ghosts in Wardensville.

The ghost of an old cleaning lady can frequently be seen next to the water at Vances Cove howling at the observer to beat it. Many local residents assert this spirit may well be a distinguished yesteryear resident of Wardensville.

 

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