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A gentleman's body with the head of a lizard may every now and then be seen in the backseat of a truck by the driver observing the spirit in her rear view mirror at the stroke of midnight.

An Iguanodon was distinguished by a lady canoeing in a river next to Millbrook.

An extraterrestrial explorer from the cosmos appeared resting in an armchair in a residence in Millbrook.

A space invader from planet Saturn was perceived crying out names beneath a lamppost in Millbrook.
    
A female form became visible trying to dump a body in Berry Swamp late at night. When the observer came into view the spirit ran off. In any event, this ghost undeniably is scary; one that you do not want to meet late at night.

A giant panther was distinguished up on Cobbs Hill looking wrathfully at the watcher.

A colossal porpoise has regularly been made out in a rubber boat on Cobbs Lake going nuts.

The ghost of a guy hauling a sword is repeatedly spotted pacing from building to building at the stroke of midnight on a Millbrook avenue. Some of the folks who live in this town allege this spirit is perhaps the undeceased spirit of a resident who used to have a home here in Millbrook. Regardless of what, it's a creepy phantom that you shouldn't go looking for.
 

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