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An extraterrestrial has often been made out in a mirror in a Valdosta building; the ghost was exclusively perceptible in the mirror.

A massive salamander is regularly distinguished in an apartment near Valdosta.

A large terrifying dragon has purportedly been noticed on frequent occasions taking in the panorama at Cherry Lake Dam at the stroke of midnight.

A youthful girl in a blood-splattered prom dress may frequently be witnessed crying out people's names down at the water at Cherry Lake.
A huge guinea pig can be noticed very often trying to find a bag underneath a parked car in a Valdosta parking lot late at night.

A gentleman with a spear in his head has now and then been witnessed in Barber Park in the early morning hours pulling a corpse through some bushes. One of the residents confidently alleges that this ghost likes frightening foolish people who are courageous enough to disrupt the serenity in Valdosta. Regardless of what people express, it's a bloodcurdling ghost that you wouldn't want to come across at the stroke of midnight.

An enormous guanaco is once in a while observed looking angrily at the watcher at the stroke of midnight by a road sign in Valdosta.

The ghost of a mailman is known to have been seen on numerous occasions at Bay Branch around midnight throwing bricks into the flow.

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