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A gentleman that turned into a vampire is known to have been made out on one or two instances before dawn sprinting after a passing Buick on a murky road next to Olmito. Regardless of what people verbalize, this is a horrible ghost that any wise person wouldn't wish to bump into.

A gigantic musk deer may sometimes be spotted at Main Reservoir Levee late in the night terrifying folks.

Aristotle was spotted in Historical Monument on a dark night crying out names.

The phantom of a pregnant woman became visible in the rear seat of a car by the driver observing the spirit in her rear view mirror after midnight. The ghost was ingested by the thin air after being seen. A person who lives here declares that this ghost is probably the undeceased ghost of a resident who used to have a home here in Olmito. One thing is for sure, it is unquestionably a frightening ghost that should be stayed away from.
A giant burro was perceived very late at night looking over Tule Lake Bed.

A decapitated man was distinguished watering plants in the side garden of a mobile home in Olmito. When noticed the ghost came close to the observer who then escaped. One of the people who live here definitely alleges that this ghost is the struggling spirit of a long forgotten Olmito local person.

A lady with her left arm and right leg severed has repeatedly been seen by Barreda Pump Bend scooping out a cavity.


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