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A space man may repeatedly be distinguished in a supermarket in the Columbia vicinity.

The extraterrestrial captain of a UFO may be witnessed very often at Columbia Training School Lake Dam at night taking pleasure in the scenery.

The spirit of a muscular lumberjack holding a sizeable axe has occasionally been perceived hauling a dead body from the chilly water of Balls Mill Creek late in the night. One thing's for sure, it indisputably is a frightening ghost that should be stayed away from.
An martian tourist from another part of the galaxy is sometimes spotted crawling out from a drain hole on a Columbia road at night.

Aladdin may once in a while be made out burrowing a gap in Columbia Water Park on a dark night.

A menacing skeleton has regularly been perceived nosing around in mailboxes late in the night in Columbia. Folks here who have observed this ghost argue this ghost takes pleasure in scaring people who come seeking ghosts in Columbia. In any event, this ghost sure is creepy; one that you wouldn't want to run into at midnight.

A glow-in-the-dark human body is repeatedly seen performing a melody on a fiddle in a Columbia residence. No matter what, this is an antagonistic ghost that any sound person wouldn't wish to encounter.

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