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The ghost of a man gripping a blood-splattered sword has often been perceived striding from trailer to trailer in the early morning hours on a Walnut residential road.

An alien tourist from another world is regularly made out up on Buzzard Peak trying to find a man.

The spirit of a civil war combatant has allegedly been observed on frequent occasions down near Alvarado Hot Springs late in the night crying. In any event, it unquestionably is a chilling spirit that should be steered clear of.
    
The ghost of a gravely charred female can frequently be perceived sitting at the kitchen counter in a Walnut house. Residents here who have witnessed this ghost allege this ghost may be a celebrated days gone by dweller of Walnut. Regardless of what, this ghost indisputably is chilling; one that you would not want to encounter late in the night.

William Shakespeare can be seen frequently staring at folks in a Walnut house through an air vent.

An extraterrestrial from Mars has from time to time been distinguished in a secluded place next to Walnut.

The ghost of a man with letters cut into his cheek is occasionally distinguished walking along a shadowy highway near Walnut. Whatever folks articulate, this is an intimidating ghost that you shouldn't go seeking.
 

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