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The ghost of an 8 feet tall enormous man was distinguished trying on a hat in a Coronado house. This particular ghost has been seen very often in this zone.

A very large aoudad came into sight taking a night-time dip at Central Beach.

A space invader from Saturn was seen very late at night studying Chollas Valley in detail.

An ET from another galaxy was made out drifting along on Chollas Creek at night.

An enormous armadillo was distinguished scrambling out from a drain hole on a Coronado residential road in the early morning hours before sunrise.
The ghost of an adolescent girl has repeatedly been spotted reasoning in American Plaza around midnight. Residents declare that this spirit may very well be a celebrated former time native of Coronado. One thing is for certain, this spirit sure is creepy; one that you shouldn't go looking for.

The ghost of a lady having half her head not there has allegedly been distinguished on frequent occasions up on the pinnacle of Hob Nob Hill startling folks.

A woman with a spear in her head may frequently be noticed poking around in mailboxes at night in Coronado.

The martian captain of an unidentified flying object may be distinguished very often playing a tune on a harp in a Coronado building.

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