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An extraterrestrial may be distinguished frequently in the early morning hours before sunrise sprinting after a passing Buick on a murky highway in the vicinity of Louisville.

The alien crew member of an unidentified flying object has from time to time been observed fishing from the shore of Cardinal Hill Reservoir in the early morning hours.

An alien traveler from another planet is now and then distinguished in the backseat of a Chevy by the driver noticing the ghost in his rear view mirror in the early morning hours before sunrise.
A very large cony has allegedly been made out on a handful of occasions mowing the lawn in the front garden of a trailer in Louisville.

The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs can every now and then be noticed by a guy canoeing in a river near Louisville.

A luminous human person is often seen sitting in an armchair in a building in Louisville. If you listen to the people who live here, this phantom may be the soul of a local who passed on here in Louisville before the present. In any case, it in all certainty is a scary phantom that should be avoided.

A giant kinkajou has purportedly been witnessed on a handful of instances mounding pieces of wood underneath a streetlight in Louisville.

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