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The chilling phantom of a Viking has been witnessed on a handful of occasions in the rear seat of a VW by the driver setting eyes on the phantom in her rear view mirror in the early morning hours before sunrise. Local people claim that this ghost can be the spirit of a local person who died here in Ypsilanti some decades ago.

A guy that turned into a vampire can sometimes be perceived cutting grass in the back garden of a flat in Ypsilanti. Well, this is an unlikable ghost that you do not want to come across after midnight.

Galileo is regularly witnessed relaxing on the floor in a home in Ypsilanti.

The ghost of a pregnant lady can frequently be noticed marching from house to house at night on a Ypsilanti residential street.
    
A space invader can be spotted often going through a closet in the bedroom of a Ypsilanti home very late at night.

A gargantuan alligator has every so often been seen taking a rest at the kitchen counter in a Ypsilanti flat.

A decapitated man is sometimes seen looking at folks in a Ypsilanti mobile home through an air vent.

A female with her right arm and left leg sliced off has been said to have been distinguished on many instances looking at the vista at Ford Dam after midnight.
 

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