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The ghost of a bound up woman is every so often noticed marveling at Castle Rock at night. It's been claimed that this precise phantom gets pleasure from scaring foolish people who come seeking phantoms in Castle Rock.

An extremely large armadillo has supposedly been perceived on several occasions in Arkansas Valley at night mounding bricks.

The extraterrestrial commander of a UFO has frequently been made out in Barnes Forest Corridor after midnight hauling a corpse over rocks.
    
A woman clutching her head beside her arm is frequently seen on the summit of Ogden Hill in the early morning hours before sunrise observing the scenery.

An alien traveler from another planet has been said to have been made out on numerous occasions before sunrise drifting down on Agren Creek.

The ghost of a young-looking lady in a bloody dress can repeatedly be perceived strolling from trailer to trailer very late at night on a Castle Rock residential road. No matter what people articulate, this is a horrible ghost that you would not want to bump into at night.

A beheaded lady has every so often been perceived searching through a refrigerator in the kitchen of a Castle Rock house in the early morning hours.
 

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