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  It is told as that there was a mother and her little daughter who lived on Oak Terrace, and one night they went to bed to wake up to a startling noise. The mother saw her daughter levitating in air with her eyes rolled back in her head, so the mother called 911 after fleeing out their unit. When the police arrived the little girl was never found.
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The ghost of a youthful air force pilot is repeatedly made out at Midlothian Creek Dam after midnight looking at the vista. Whichever way, it indisputably is a bloodcurdling phantom that is rather not disturbed.

A minotaur has allegedly been seen on several occasions taking a rest at the dining table in an Oak Forest trailer.

A youthful girl having on a blood-splattered prom dress may be distinguished very often looking at people in an Oak Forest building through an air vent. It has been alleged that this exact ghost may be the soul of a local who died here in Oak Forest many years ago. In any case, this is an antagonistic ghost that you wouldn't wish to meet in the early morning hours before sunrise.

A colossal mole has every so often been spotted in a wild area right next door to Oak Forest.

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