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A massive reptile may be made out over and over again staggering from flat to flat late at night on a Bloomfield Hills road.

The armor of a medieval knight devoid of a person inside has every so often been perceived by Amy Drain glugging down motor oil. It's been asserted that this exact ghost loves startling unwise folks who come seeking ghosts in Bloomfield Hills.

A giant seal is now and then observed browsing through the refrigerator in the kitchen of a Bloomfield Hills flat around midnight.
An extraterrestrial explorer from space has allegedly been seen on several occasions staring at people in a Bloomfield Hills building through an air vent.

The ghost of a female with a sack bound around her head can occasionally be spotted hovering by the side of a gloomy highway right next door to Bloomfield Hills. If you listen to the locals, this phantom may be the soul of a resident who passed away here in Bloomfield Hills some time ago.

An ET from Mars was witnessed posting a package at a Bloomfield Hills post office.

A space alien from another galaxy showed up speaking into the thin air as if somebody besides was near.

A gargantuan shrew was witnessed in Amherst Park late at night hiding a dead body by a sizeable boulder.

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