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The spirit of a man with half his head absent was witnessed devouring a melon in Aaron Park at the stroke of midnight. The ghost unmoved that there was somebody else there. Some of the residents claim this ghost is the ghost of a visitor that was killed while driving through Zion some time ago. Whatever folks exclaim, it's a bloodcurdling ghost that is better not messed with.

The ghost of a youthful female wearing a blood-covered wedding dress has often been witnessed on a Zion residential road at night. One thing is for sure, it sure is a scary ghost that you do not want to meet in the early morning hours.

An enormous woodchuck is often spotted gazing at a man slumbering on a futon in a mobile home in Zion.
    
A space man from Jupiter is known to have been seen on numerous occasions in Kellogg Ravine in the early morning hours searching for somebody.

A space invader from another galaxy may frequently be distinguished dragging a body from the cold water of Bull Creek at the stroke of midnight.

A space man has from time to time been perceived studying the panorama from the pinnacle of Leahy Hill on a dark night.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is from time to time distinguished at Farnum Point on a dark night looking down into the water.
 

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