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A black as coal rat that shifted shape into a lady has occasionally been distinguished swallowing gas from a gas pump at a fuel station in Harrogate. Nonetheless, it is unquestionably a menacing ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.

A huge goat is occasionally noticed sipping water from Butchers Spring very late at night.

Aristotle has been distinguished on one or two occasions by Arthur Dam at night staring at the water.
A space man can once in a while be made out in a metal boat on Fern Lake gazing.

The phantom of a dispossessed man was observed walking a Terrier very late at night on a gloomy Harrogate residential street. The ghost didn't appear to be anxious by the onlookers. In any case, this phantom unquestionably is bloodcurdling; one that should be kept away from.

The spirit of a young-looking cowboy emerged peeking through flat windows in Harrogate around midnight. When the ghost was noticed it disappeared into the thin air.

An alien explorer from outer space was seen terrifying folks in Devils Garden before sunrise.

A gigantic cat materialized watching shows in a Harrogate living room before dawn.

A menacing beast was made out calling out names up on Canada Mountain. Panicked by the witnesses the spirit faded away into the shadows.

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