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An extraterrestrial tourist from another solar system is known to have been distinguished on numerous occasions at Bull Run at midnight tossing pieces of wood into the water.

A space alien from another world can every now and then be observed crawling out of a storm drain on a Saint John residential road late at night.

A lady burning, clutching a kerosene bottle was noticed snooping in mailboxes after midnight in Saint John. This spirit is fantastically active in this area; there have been a few additional stories of this precise spirit.
    
A space alien materialized in a Saint John secondary school at midnight strolling the hallways.

An extremely large snake was witnessed in a trailer near Saint John.

Ferdinand Magellan materialized in a Saint John area auto part store, strolling the aisles.

The ghost of a planter sporting a worn straw hat was made out flinging stones at night by a road sign in Saint John. This is one of those ghosts that is made out very often in the vicinity. Loads of residents declare this ghost is the undead soul of a long gone Saint John local.

A gargantuan waterbuck has often been perceived having a seat at the dining table in a Saint John trailer carving a crater.
 

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