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A gigantic bunny is rumored to have been made out on a small number of occasions emerging in a bathroom mirror.

A soldier's outfit striding around without a body in it can regularly be made out smoking a pipe by Banyon Creek. Any which way, this ghost unquestionably is scary; one that you don't want to encounter at the stroke of midnight.

An alien traveler from deep space can be seen time and again staring at the vista from the pinnacle of Brush Mountain in the early morning hours before sunrise.
A space alien from another galaxy has every so often been noticed bass fishing from the shore of Big Pond before dawn.

An extraterrestrial is occasionally distinguished taking a rest on the floor in a building in the vicinity of Meridianville.

A gigantic gnu is rumored to have been perceived on numerous instances before sunrise pursuing a passing Buick on a shady road in the vicinity of Meridianville.

The ghost of a civil war soldier can now and then be perceived burying a corpse by a big boulder in John H Steigerwood Field after midnight. According to the folks who live here, this phantom likes terrifying foolhardy folks who have the courage to disrupt the calm in Meridianville. In any case, this is an intimidating ghost that any sensible person wouldn't wish to bump into.

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