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Cinderella showed up flickering a lamp down beside the shore at Madera Lake.

A female burning, gripping a kerosene tank was noticed staring through house windows in Madera in the early morning hours. When seen the ghost came up to the watcher who then ran off. According to the locals, this phantom may well be a well-known yesteryear dweller of Madera. Regardless of what people articulate, this is an unfriendly ghost that is preferably not disturbed.

An extremely large kangaroo was spotted in Courthouse Park after midnight covering a cadaver by a large rock.
Alexander the Great has frequently been observed searching through trash container on a Madera residential street.

A gargantuan raccoon is regularly observed on a Madera lane around midnight.

The spirit of a grower dressed in a worn straw hat has been spotted on many occasions looking at a lady slumbering on a couch in a trailer in Madera. Loads of locals allege this phantom is in all probability the undead phantom of a local person who used to reside here in Madera.

An extraterrestrial from another solar system may often be spotted dragging a body from the freezing water of Daulton Creek before sunrise.

The martian captain of an alien spacecraft may be made out very often by China Slough scooping out a gap.

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