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A half translucent guy clothed as the skipper of a oil tanker was spotted in the rear seat of a Toyota by the driver catching a sight of the ghost in her rear view mirror in the early morning hours. The ghost was consumed by the thin air after being noticed.

A large creepy spirit has regularly been distinguished gardening in the back garden of a home in Escanaba. One of the locals strongly claims that this spirit is the undeparted soul of a long gone Escanaba local resident.

A giant woodchuck is often seen by a woman camping at a campground right next door to Escanaba.
A space man from deep space can repeatedly be perceived having a seat in a beanbag in a house in Escanaba.

Henry VIII has sometimes been witnessed going crazy beside a lamppost in Escanaba.

The ghost of a shackled up man is every so often seen rummaging around in a closet in the bedroom of an Escanaba home in the early morning hours before sunrise. Regardless of what folks state, it's a creepy ghost that should be shunned.

The martian navigator of a flying saucer can once in a while be witnessed in the center of Bichler Creek mounding bricks.

An martian explorer from another galaxy has often been perceived slurping blood from a jar beside the water at Fishery Point.

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