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  A person graduated from San Angelo State who could actually read and do times tables up to the 4s.
Submitted by Professor Smarty
       Category: school

Whoever says there all lies doesn't know everything. Now some things sound ridiculous, and Maybe someone is a prankster. Many of these stories are true. I certainly wouldn't lie about something like that. I could write a book on experiences. Just because some have not seen or heard things doesn't mean this stuff does not happen. This person probably couldn't handle it. So don't speak for the rest of us. You don't know what you're talking about!.
Submitted by Catherine
       Category: lies

These are some lies we made up about San Angelo.

A space man from another galaxy was made out sipping water from Sulphur Springs at the stroke of midnight.

A beheaded guy showed up reading a newsletter mid stream in North Concho River. The viewer panicked and fled. A number of of the folks who live here argue this ghost is the struggling soul of a former San Angelo resident.

A female with her left arm and right leg amputated was witnessed clutching a cranium in Red Arroyo at midnight. The spirit didn't appear to be troubled by the witnesses.

A massive donkey appeared gazing at the water by Bell Street Dam after midnight.

A space alien was seen looking in Angelo State Multipurpose Sports Complex at the stroke of midnight.

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