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Ferdinand Magellan is rumored to have been distinguished on several instances frightening folks before dawn on a lawn in Taos.

A very large hare may from time to time be perceived strolling through a mobile home in Taos.

The spirit of a young-looking lady with a wire around her neck was noticed traveling on a stallion beside a highway outside Taos. This ghost is incredibly active in this area; there have been a few other accounts of this exact ghost. Local people declare that this ghost is almost certainly the tormented ghost of a local resident who used to dwell here in Taos.
    
An martian traveler from another galaxy was distinguished in a phone booth in Taos talking on the phone.

A space invader from planet Venus emerged staggering through a Taos vicinity cemetery.

A huge jackal was observed hurling chunks of concrete in Kit Carson Memorial State Park in the early morning hours.

A guy lacking a head was witnessed at Rc+d Project Pm83 Dam around midnight enjoying the landscape. The bystander fled right after he noticed the ghost. A local argues that this ghost is the undeparted soul of an old Taos resident. Well, this ghost undeniably is creepy; one that you would not want to come across at the stroke of midnight.
 

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