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The spirit of a down-and-out guy is known to have been perceived on several occasions in an Uvalde secondary school around midnight pacing the hallways. Loads of residents say this ghost loves terrifying folks who have the guts to upset the silence in Uvalde. Nevertheless, it certainly is a frightening ghost that is rather not disrupted.

A giant steer has frequently been observed staring down into the water at Twomile Waterhole in the early morning hours before sunrise.

A bloodcurdling being is often perceived in a mirror in an Uvalde trailer; the ghost was exclusively visible in the mirror. Folks who have perceived this phantom argue this phantom enjoys frightening unwise people who come trying to locate phantoms in Uvalde.
    
The ghost of a silver-miner has supposedly been spotted on several occasions at Boon Slough very late at night hurling chunks of concrete into the current.

A woman with a half translucent body can repeatedly be observed cleaning a blood-covered bed sheet in Leona Springs at night.

The ghost of a man dressed in a sheriff uniform may be made out repeatedly trying to locate a hat by a parked car in an Uvalde parking lot on a dark night.

An alien voyager from deep space has sometimes been made out flashing a lamp in American Legion Park late in the night.
 

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