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The ghost of a 10 foot high massive person has often been noticed trying to locate a glove next to a lamppost in Glen Carbon. A man who lives here alleges that this ghost likes frightening folks who have the courage to interrupt the calm in Glen Carbon.

The ghost of a woman having half her head lost is often perceived staggering from house to house before dawn on a Glen Carbon lane. One of the local residents strongly asserts that this phantom could be the soul of a local person who passed on here in Glen Carbon before the present.

A woman with a knife in her head has supposedly been observed on many instances browsing through a freezer in the kitchen of a Glen Carbon flat at the stroke of midnight.
    
A gigantic goat may repeatedly be perceived staring at people in a Glen Carbon house through a window.

Aristotle can be made out frequently pulling a body from the ice cold water of Burdick Branch in the early morning hours before sunrise.

An ET from Saturn has occasionally been distinguished spitting at passing cars next to a murky highway right next door to Glen Carbon.

A very large mynah bird is occasionally made out sending a container at a Glen Carbon post office.
 

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