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A colossal gorilla has supposedly been noticed on one or two occasions reading a magazine in the center of Ashlog Creek.

Ferdinand Magellan may every now and then be distinguished up on the peak of Ware Hill trying to locate a person.

The ghost of an aged Indian chief has repeatedly been seen gazing at the water by Jack Stewart Lake Dam in the early morning hours. Several of the locals argue this ghost is the struggling soul of a long gone Pelahatchie local. Nevertheless, it is indisputably a creepy ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.
A black as coal bat that turned into a woman is frequently made out looking at Barefoot Spring late at night. According to the local residents, this ghost is that of a person who had a house here in Pelahatchie in the past. In any event, this ghost undoubtedly is creepy; one that should be let alone.

A very large ground hog has purportedly been made out on numerous instances having a seat in a chair in a mobile home in Pelahatchie.

A Brachiosaurus may often be noticed staring across Holmes Lake very late at night.

A colossal panther has now and then been witnessed marching from residence to residence at midnight on a Pelahatchie lane.

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