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An ET from planet Venus is known to have been witnessed on a handful of instances pacing through a flat close to Bristol.

A lady afire, clutching a fuel bottle may repeatedly be distinguished gulping blood from a beaker at the shore at Cross Lake. Based on what the folks who live here argue, this phantom could be the soul of a local person who died here in Bristol many years ago. Whatever people verbalize, this ghost indisputably is terrifying; one that is preferably not interrupted.

A space invader from another part of the galaxy may be seen often in Redwing Slough Forest Preserve very late at night concealing a body by a big rock.
A space man has from time to time been witnessed flinging boulders into the stream at Hastings Creek very late at night.

The ghost of a grower having on a farmer hat is every now and then perceived marching through a Bristol area cemetery. One thing is for certain, this is a horrible ghost that you do not want to bump into at night.

An martian vacationer from another planet has supposedly been observed on a few instances holding a cranium alongside a deserted highway close to Bristol after midnight.

An extremely large hog has frequently been spotted being in a deserted home in Bristol.

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