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The ghost of a guy having half his head gone came into sight strolling by the side of a secluded highway close to Ashland City. The ghost was ingested by the air after being witnessed. A local man claims that this ghost is the undeceased soul of a long gone Ashland City local resident.

A colossal frog was seen in Big Bluff Creek Access Area at the stroke of midnight attempting to grasp something.

A decapitated woman was witnessed washing a bloody pillow in Sulphur Spring at night. Panic stricken by the viewers the ghost fled into the darkness.
The spirit of a teenage girl has regularly been seen staring at the water by Flax Patch Dam around midnight.

The martian mechanic of an alien spaceship has supposedly been distinguished on a handful of occasions gazing at the sight from the highest spot of Whisky Hill very late at night.

A character with a skeleton face having on murky robes can regularly be witnessed seated in a chair in a residence close to Ashland City. One of the locals confidently alleges that this ghost is that of a local resident who resided here in Ashland City some time ago.

A lady having a sword in her head can be observed very often gazing angrily at the viewer in Beech Hollow at the stroke of midnight.

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