Middletown

 
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The spirit of a civil war soldier was made out at Iowa Army Ammunition Plant Dam after midnight contemplating. Freaked out by the observers the ghost faded away into the dark. According to the locals, this ghost can be the soul of a local who died here in Middletown before the present.

The ghost of a gravely burned lady was observed playing a piece of music on a guitar in a Middletown residence. When made out the spirit came close to the onlooker who then ran away.

The ghost of the driver of a train has frequently been made out pulling a dead body from the chilly water of Big Hollow Creek in the early morning hours before sunrise.
    
A woman devoid of a head is frequently perceived in Kevin J Gahn Wildlife Refuge late in the night burying a body by a sizeable boulder. Based on what the local residents argue, this ghost is in all probability the stressed ghost of a resident who used to have a house here in Middletown. In any case, this is a hostile spirit that you shouldn't go trying to locate.

The ghost of a youthful female with a rope around her neck has supposedly been made out on a small number of instances in a Middletown secondary school before sunrise marching the hallways. Folks who have made out this ghost argue this ghost is the undeparted soul of a long forgotten Middletown local.

 

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