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An alien vacationer from another planet was made out trimming bushes in the back garden of a flat in Thompsons Station.

A space man from space became visible by a lady fishing by a lake near Thompsons Station.

A giant yak was observed having a seat in a chair in a home in Thompsons Station.

The Wizard of Oz became visible scaring people next to a streetlight in Thompsons Station.
A very large sheep was noticed down by Cayce Spring in the early morning hours before sunrise calling people's names.

William Shakespeare was perceived by Aenon Creek looking creepy.

An extremely large raccoon has regularly been observed in Doc Jones Hollow at night looking irritably at the watcher.

An ET is repeatedly observed going crazy up on Breezy Hill.

The alien crew member of an alien spacecraft has allegedly been perceived on a handful of occasions strolling from residence to residence at the stroke of midnight on a Thompsons Station road.

The ghost of a man dressed in an armed forces uniform can repeatedly be perceived gazing at the water by Laura Lake Dam around midnight. It has been declared that this exact ghost is the undeparted spirit of a long dead Thompsons Station local resident.

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