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A giant ocelot was noticed relaxing on a bench in a house in Alexandria.

An extraterrestrial from planet Jupiter is frequently perceived in Beulah Park in the early morning hours smoking a pipe.

The ghost of an old cleaning lady is rumored to have been noticed on a small number of occasions hauling a body from the chilly water of Alexandria Creek at night.
A black as coal bat that shape-shifted into a female can regularly be spotted wandering from mobile home to mobile home at the stroke of midnight on an Alexandria street.

The spirit of a youthful female clad as a maid may be observed often seated at the dining table in an Alexandria apartment. Local people who have observed this ghost claim this ghost may well be a renowned past inhabitant of Alexandria.

An extraterrestrial from another solar system is sometimes witnessed looking at folks in an Alexandria residence through a window.

The ghost of a down-and-out guy has allegedly been observed on a few instances trying to get cars to stop alongside a shadowy road next to Alexandria. People assert that this ghost is most likely the tormented ghost of a local resident who used to live here in Alexandria. In any event, it's a menacing ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.

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