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An alien from Pluto can often be noticed hauling a cadaver from the freezing water of Big Creek after midnight.

The ghost of a guy having on an army uniform may be seen over and over again pacing through a trailer in Mt Zion.

A medieval armor lacking a human being inside has sometimes been made out yelling names of people between the bushes of Baker Woods.
The ghost of a lady with a sack bound around her head has been made out on a small number of instances in Baker Woods Park before dawn turning toward the witness. Regardless of what folks verbalize, this ghost undoubtedly is scary; one that you wouldn't wish to run into after midnight.

An alien from the cosmos can every so often be spotted being carried by a mare beside a highway in the vicinity of Mt Zion.

A partly see-through man dressed as the skipper of a ship was made out marching through a building right next door to Mt Zion. The eye witness fled after he spotted the ghost. Loads of people who live here argue this ghost is that of a local who had a home here in Mt Zion some decades ago. One thing's for guaranteed, it's a terrifying phantom that any wise person wouldn't want to run into.

A sizeable terrifying ghost became visible in a phone booth in Mt Zion talking on the telephone. When the eye witness came into sight the phantom ran away.

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