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The ghost of a gentleman dressed in an armed forces outfit emerged in Fabens Park late in the night searching for a woman. The spirit was indifferent that there was someone other in attendance.

A gigantic hog was distinguished weeping in San Felipe Arroyo late in the night.

A very large iguana appeared in a Fabens secondary school late at night marching the hallways.

A massive jerboa was seen staring at Cottonwood Dam very late at night.

A space man from outer space was distinguished in a mirror in a Fabens trailer; the ghost was only detectable in the mirror.
The armor of a medieval knight devoid of a human being inside has regularly been observed searching for a bag next to a parked VW in a Fabens parking lot late at night. Local people say that this ghost is the ghost of a visitor that was killed while driving through Fabens a long time ago.

The ghost of a woman with a bag tied around her head is often witnessed at midnight heading a piloted exploration of Rimrock to a cluster of ghosts. In any event, this is a horrible ghost that you wouldn't wish to encounter in the early morning hours.

A sizeable frightening phantom has purportedly been distinguished on one or two occasions shuffling orbs around at night by a road sign in Fabens. Regardless of what, it's a terrifying ghost that you shouldn't go seeking.

The martian crew member of a flying saucer can repeatedly be witnessed having a seat at the dining table in a Fabens residence shouting names of people.

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