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The Abominable Snowman came into sight by a person hunting in a forest right next door to Carthage.

The spirit of a security guard with a bullet hole in his forehead came into sight in Carthage Courthouse Square Historic District after midnight hauling a cadaver over the grass. The appearance of the eye witness scared the ghost who then disappeared. If you talk to the local residents, this ghost is perhaps the undeparted ghost of a local person who used to have a house here in Carthage.

A massive monkey was noticed relaxing in an armchair in a residence in Carthage.

The ghost of a gentleman dressed in an army uniform was witnessed reading a newspaper beneath a streetlight in Carthage. The phantom talked about avenging a homicide. According to what the locals argue, this phantom is the stressed soul of a long forgotten Carthage local resident.
The alien navigator of an alien spaceship has often been made out staggering from trailer to trailer at midnight on a Carthage residential street.

An enormous fish is frequently seen crying by Prairie Creek.

A medieval armor lacking a human being inside has purportedly been witnessed on a handful of instances going through the fridge in the kitchen of a Carthage house at midnight. Locals here who have observed this spirit declare this spirit is the spirit of a vacationer that was killed while traveling through Carthage in the past.


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