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The ghost of a youthful woman with a wire around her neck has purportedly been seen on many instances by Bayou Andre David attempting to grab something. A local claims that this ghost is the ghost of a visitor that was murdered while traveling through Gramercy some decades ago.

A huge yak can every so often be perceived strolling through a residence in Gramercy.

A fantastically creepy phantom has regularly been made out gazing down into the water at Fiftymile Point at the stroke of midnight. One of the locals steadfastly argues that this ghost takes pleasure in frightening foolish folks who have the nerve to disturb the tranquility in Gramercy.
A gigantic puppy is regularly noticed traveling on a pony in the middle of a highway in close proximity to Gramercy.

The ghost of an old prospector with a big mustache and a wooden right leg has been said to have been observed on a handful of occasions in Grand Point late at night hauling a cadaver over rocks. Several of the folks who live here claim this spirit likes scaring unwise people who come searching for spirits in Gramercy.

The ghost of an elderly lady clutching a handgun can be made out repeatedly walking through a house near Gramercy.

The ghost of an elderly Indian chief has from time to time been perceived at a public phone in Gramercy using the telephone.

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