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A sasquatch has been said to have been distinguished on one or two occasions nosing around in mailboxes at midnight in San Bernardino.

An enormous mongoose can often be distinguished in Belcher Park before dawn shuffling orbs about.

A woman carrying her head beneath her arm can be witnessed often on the water's edge of Arrowhead Springs Hot Lake looking chilling. Residents here argue that this spirit is the spirit of a visitor that was murdered while passing through San Bernardino a long time ago.
A large bloodcurdling ogre is now and then perceived facing the viewer down near Hot Spring after midnight.

A gargantuan muskrat is known to have been witnessed on several occasions gazing down into the water at Inspiration Point in the early morning hours before sunrise.

Ludwig van Beethoven may now and then be noticed up on Arrowhead Peak going mad.

The spirit of a youthful female in a blood-splattered dress is often observed playing a song on a guitar in a San Bernardino building.

The ghost of an eight foot enormous man has been observed on a handful of occasions in a mirror in a San Bernardino residence; the spirit was solely to be seen in the mirror.

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