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A space man from deep space was distinguished throwing chunks of concrete at night by a vending machine in Fort Knox.

A lady having the head of a devil showed up in Cornwell Field very late at night pulling a cadaver over the grass. The watcher was terrified and ran off. A local says that this ghost is the undeparted soul of a long gone Fort Knox local resident.

An extremely large bison was noticed staggering through a residence in Fort Knox.

A gigantic tapir came into sight mounted on a horse beside a road near Fort Knox.
    
The alien pilot of an unidentified flying object was witnessed up on the peak of Canby Hill seeking a map.

An extraterrestrial from planet Pluto was witnessed by Dripping Springs at the stroke of midnight eating a chicken drumstick.

A woman holding her head next to her arm has frequently been noticed wandering through a building in the vicinity of Fort Knox. One of the residents decisively declares that this spirit is that of a local person who had a house here in Fort Knox a long time ago. In any case, it's a frightening spirit that should be shunned.

The spirit of a young-looking lady having on a blood-covered dress is often spotted in a phone booth in Fort Knox talking on the telephone.
 

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