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An martian explorer from deep space was noticed waving to cars beside a dark highway in close proximity to Paso Robles.

A space invader from planet Mercury showed up sending an envelope at a Paso Robles post office.

An enormous giraffe was observed conversing into the thin air as if someone besides was present.
    
A space man from another planet came into sight walking a Bulldog very late at night on a dark Paso Robles street.

A giant gila monster was noticed looking creepy up on Norn Hill.

A bloodcurdling skeleton is repeatedly made out on the water's edge of Lake Ysabel pointing at the observer. A local woman asserts that this spirit could be the soul of a resident who died here in Paso Robles many years ago. One thing's for sure, this ghost unquestionably is chilling; one that you do not want to bump into late at night.

An enormous capybara can frequently be noticed in Barney Schwartz Park after midnight looking irritably at the viewer.

A gentleman that turned into a vampire may be distinguished frequently watching television in a Paso Robles living room at midnight. Nonetheless, it's a bloodcurdling ghost that any sound person would not want to come across.
 

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