Huntington

 
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The phantom of an old female holding a rifle is repeatedly perceived flinging pebbles into the water at Cherokee Creek in the early morning hours. It's been argued that this precise ghost might be a well-known yesteryear dweller of Huntington.

Henry VIII has supposedly been witnessed on numerous occasions in Buckner Park late at night looking crossly at the witness.

The ghost of an aged Indian chief can often be observed by Johnny Cake Lake Number One Dam in the early morning hours looking at the water. According to the folks who live here, this spirit is the struggling spirit of a former Huntington local person.
    
A massive donkey has now and then been spotted mounted on a scooter on a murky road in the vicinity of Huntington.

A pitch black cat that turned into a female is occasionally distinguished stacking pebbles in Rock Canyon before sunrise.

 

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