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Alexander the Great was spotted resting at a table in a Lebanon house.

A female with her legs amputated showed up in Golden Valley after midnight munching on a chicken drumstick. When the ghost was made out it vanished into the night. Folks who have perceived this ghost allege this ghost may be the spirit of a local who passed on here in Lebanon before the present. One thing's for sure, this ghost undeniably is menacing; one that any commonsensical person would not want to meet.

A space invader from another world was made out in a desolate area outside Lebanon.

    An alien appeared reading a newsletter at Lebanon Dam before dawn.

An army outfit striding about devoid of a body in it was observed by the water at Cheadle Lake hauling a headbone. The ghost was ingested by the night after being perceived. Anyway, it's a frightening phantom that you shouldn't go searching for.

A gigantic raccoon was perceived pulling a dead body over rocks in Booth Park at midnight.

The ghost of a civil war soldier has often been spotted by Marks Slough howling.

The alien mechanic of an alien spacecraft is regularly noticed waving to cars by a shady road right next door to Lebanon.

A sphinx has supposedly been perceived on a small number of occasions struggling to seize something down beside Sodaville Mineral Springs in the early morning hours.

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