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  Carlisle was originally founded by a group of celtic sailors blown off course while fishing near the irish coast. Upom arrival in North america they found that the natives were opposed to their building a guinness brewery so headed west.
When they arrived in the area now called Carlisle they found a magic Spring that poured the Stout ale constantly declared it heaven and settled. Years later during the great race West the descendants built the first casey's and hyvee's to meet travelers needs.
Few choose to stay. In an Effort to keep the Spring a secret local government officials keep speed limits
    so slow that people refuse to live here because it just takes too long to get anywhere.
Submitted by Byron
       Categories: building, fishing

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The alien crew member of a UFO has purportedly been made out on many instances dragging a corpse from the freezing water of Butcher Creek before dawn.

A giant dormouse may regularly be made out in Banner Mine State Wildlife Management Area in the early morning hours before sunrise burying a corpse by a big boulder.

The phantom of a lady with a knife in her neck may be made out repeatedly drinking gas from a pump at a fuel station in Carlisle. A man who lives here claims that this ghost is that of a person who had a house here in Carlisle before the present.

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