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A very large hartebeest has occasionally been observed staring at the vista from the highest spot of Gallion Hill before dawn.

A headless woman is every now and then observed looking at the water by Cheatham Dam very late at night.

The ghost of a 10 feet tall enormous guy may every now and then be perceived at the shore at Cheatham Lake gazing.
The ghost of a teenage girl has frequently been perceived laundering a blood-covered scarf in Cave Spring late in the night. Locals claim that this ghost is the undeceased soul of a long dead Charlotte local person.

The ghost of a woman with half her head missing is regularly witnessed checking out Browns Hollow in detail in the early morning hours. One of the folks who live here strongly asserts that this ghost is the ghost of a traveler that was killed while journeying through Charlotte a long time ago.

A woman having a knife in her head has purportedly been perceived on several occasions in Cheatham Damsite Access Area in the early morning hours before sunrise dragging a cadaver across the dirt. In any event, it unquestionably is a terrifying phantom that you shouldn't go searching for.

An Icthyosaurus may repeatedly be witnessed around midnight checking out Collier Bend.


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