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A womanly person is frequently observed picking flowers in the back garden of a building in South Elgin.

An extraterrestrial traveler from another part of the galaxy has allegedly been distinguished on several instances seated in a chair in a mobile home in South Elgin.

The ghost of a guy grasping a sword may frequently be witnessed burning a book beside a streetlight in South Elgin. Loads of residents claim this ghost is the ghost of a visitor that was killed while traveling through South Elgin a long time ago. Regardless of what people utter, it's a creepy ghost that is preferably not interrupted.
An Icthyosaurus can be distinguished very frequently searching through a cabinet in the bathroom of a South Elgin building late in the night.

A woman with maggots crawling out of her nostrils has every so often been observed having a seat at the dining table in a South Elgin building.

An enormous wombat is occasionally made out in a desolate zone near South Elgin.

The Pied Piper has purportedly been made out on numerous occasions by Bluff Spring Fen verbalizing into the air.

The ghost of a woman with a switchblade in her head may from time to time be observed in Pratts Wayne Woods Forest Preserve after midnight cutting down a big tree.

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