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An alien voyager from another galaxy has regularly been made out in a shoe store in the Glencoe area.

The ghost of a gentleman hauling a sword has been made out on a handful of occasions mounding boulders in the center of Skokie River. It's been claimed that this precise phantom may be the soul of a local who passed on here in Glencoe before the present.

A gargantuan kitten can regularly be noticed swallowing blood from a container between the trees of Chipilly Woods.
A woman with worms crawling out of her nostrils may be noticed time and again trying on socks in a Glencoe trailer. According to what the residents allege, this phantom may well be a renowned old days resident of Glencoe. Regardless of what, it's a bloodcurdling phantom that is preferably not interrupted.

The ghost of a strapped up woman has sometimes been perceived crawling out of a drain hole on a Glencoe residential street on a dark night.

A woman gripping her head next to her arm has supposedly been observed on many occasions poking around in mailboxes at the stroke of midnight in Glencoe. Many people who live here assert this ghost is probably the tormented ghost of a person who used to reside here in Glencoe.

An extraterrestrial from planet Saturn may from time to time be seen musicalizing on a fiddle in a Glencoe mobile home.

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