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The ghost of a woman having half her head lost was noticed late in the night gazing across Kings Hole. This precise ghost has been perceived very frequently in this neighborhood. In any event, it is indisputably a frightening phantom that should be avoided.

A colossal panda materialized laundering a bloody rag in The Drip in the early morning hours.

A woman having a sword in her head was seen in The Narrows of Pitman on a dark night shouting names. Numerous stories of this spirit have been reported. Residents who have spotted this ghost claim this ghost may be the soul of a local person who died here in Greensburg before the present.
The ghost of a young-looking Indian fighter was spotted looking at Cox Bend at midnight. Further people in the vicinity have had identical experiences involving a similar ghost. Regardless of what, this ghost undeniably is bloodcurdling; one that you don't want to run into before dawn.

The ghost of an airliner pilot is often spotted by Big Pitman Creek gazing crossly at the eye witness.

A space man from space has supposedly been observed on several instances resting on a sofa in an apartment in Greensburg.

An ET can frequently be made out strolling from home to home after midnight on a Greensburg avenue.

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