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A female form is every so often perceived by Cedar Creek holding a human headbone. Regardless of what folks utter, it's a scary ghost that is rather not disturbed.

A gargantuan hedgehog has been said to have been made out on frequent occasions trimming bushes in the garden of a residence in Carnegie.

An extraterrestrial from another world was witnessed by an old woman hunting in a forest next to Carnegie.
The martian mechanic of an alien spacecraft appeared resting on a couch in a home in Carnegie.

The ghost of a gentleman grasping a sword was witnessed shining a flash light under a streetlight in Carnegie. The ghost was ingested by the thin air after being spotted. One thing is for certain, it is certainly a terrifying ghost that you wouldn't wish to meet before sunrise.

A female with maggots crawling out of her ears showed up terrifying people near the entrance to Crowder Lake State Park. Scared by the observers the ghost receded into the dark.

The ghost of a strapped up female was seen rummaging around in a bookshelf in the living room of a Carnegie residence in the early morning hours. When distinguished the spirit approached the witness who then escaped. One of the locals strongly alleges that this phantom is the phantom of a vacationer that was killed while passing through Carnegie some decades ago.

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