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A Tyrannosaurus can be distinguished very often in a shoe store in the Oxford vicinity.

A lady devoid of a head has every so often been distinguished before sunrise floating down Big Flat Creek. Residents argue that this ghost is that of a resident who existed here in Oxford some decades ago.

A guy devoid of a head is every so often noticed trying on socks in an Oxford building. A local person argues that this ghost loves terrifying unwise people who dare to disrupt the serenity in Oxford. No matter what, it undoubtedly is a chilling ghost that any wise person would not want to encounter.
A fantastically frightening ghost may every now and then be noticed in Black Shoals at midnight sipping apple juice. One of the local residents strongly says that this ghost can be the soul of a local who passed on here in Oxford some decades ago.

The phantom of an old lady hauling a shot gun was witnessed crawling up from a storm drain on an Oxford street in the early morning hours. The ghost was gobbled up by the night after being observed. Several of the people who live here say this ghost is most likely the tormented ghost of a local resident who used to dwell here in Oxford.

A massive cougar materialized snooping in mailboxes at the stroke of midnight in Oxford.

Hansel and Gretel's mom was perceived musicalizing on a harmonica in an Oxford mobile home.

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