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A female gripping her head next to her arm can be spotted very often on a Byron Center road in the early morning hours. Lots of people who live here claim this ghost loves frightening foolish folks who come trying to find ghosts in Byron Center.

The spirit of a youthful woman in a blood-splattered dress is now and then distinguished looking at a lady snoozing on a mattress in an apartment in Byron Center. Folks who have witnessed this ghost say this ghost can be the soul of a local person who passed on here in Byron Center in the past.

Genghis Khan has supposedly been spotted on frequent instances in a store in the Byron Center vicinity.
A beheaded woman may now and then be observed creeping out of a manhole on a Byron Center lane before dawn.

The spirit of a young girl was spotted on the apex of Dias Hill before sunrise looking at the panorama. This spirit is incredibly active in this neighborhood; there have been one or two additional stories of this precise spirit. In any case, it's a creepy phantom that you shouldn't go seeking.

A space alien from another galaxy showed up playing a song on a harpsichord in a Byron Center residence.

An alien was perceived in a Byron Center secondary school in the early morning hours before sunrise marching the hallways.

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