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An army uniform marching around without a body in it was spotted seeking an object mid stream in Baker Creek. The viewer was terrified and fled. Regardless of what, it's a creepy ghost that you wouldn't wish to run into at night.

The ghost of a civil war soldier was perceived sipping motor oil in Dallas City Park before sunrise. The phantom didn't appear to be anxious by the witnesses. No matter what folks express, it unquestionably is a scary ghost that any commonsensical person wouldn't wish to meet.

The ghost of an awfully charred lady has repeatedly been distinguished by an old man hiking along a trail in the vicinity of Dallas. Scores of local residents assert this phantom is the undeceased spirit of a long departed Dallas resident.
    
A huge lemur has been noticed on one or two occasions reading a pamphlet on the water's edge of Hatcher Lake East.

The ghost of a guy with satanic symbols etched into his hand can repeatedly be distinguished grasping a headbone up on Elsberry Mountain. Folks here say that this ghost is the ghost of a traveler that was murdered while passing through Dallas some decades ago.

An extremely large reptile can be made out very often seated on a bench in a flat in Dallas.

The spirit of a terribly mangled huntsman dragging a dead mountain lion has now and then been noticed attempting to verbalize something by a streetlamp in Dallas. A local argues that this ghost is that of a local who dwelled here in Dallas in the past. One thing is for certain, this is a bad spirit that you shouldn't go searching for.
 

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