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A man having an axe in his head has regularly been observed looking at folks in an Abingdon flat through a door crack. According to the locals, this spirit is that of a local resident who dwelled here in Abingdon some decades ago.

The Pied Piper is frequently witnessed in Legion Park late at night concealing a cadaver by a big boulder.

A colossal woodchuck has allegedly been spotted on several occasions in a deserted neighborhood near Abingdon.
    
A colossal elk may regularly be spotted dragging a cadaver from the cold water of Brunk Creek before sunrise.

A man's body having the head of a bat may be made out frequently looking at the water by Knox Company Conservation Club Lake Dam at night. Lots of local residents claim this phantom takes pleasure in startling foolhardy people who have the guts to interrupt the calm in Abingdon. One thing is for sure, this ghost undeniably is terrifying; one that you wouldn't want to come across in the early morning hours before sunrise.

The ghost of a man carrying a sword is once in a while observed bass fishing from the shore of Knox Company Conservation Club Lake at night.

An extraterrestrial from Pluto has allegedly been seen on several occasions trying to get cars to stop alongside a shadowy road near Abingdon.
 

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