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An extremely large leopard was witnessed screaming at the onlooker to beat it in City of Everett Watershed in the early morning hours.

A massive ape appeared at Culmback Dam after midnight going bananas.

The ghost of a security guard with a bullet hole in his forehead was spotted soaring across Gold Basin at midnight. This ghost is extremely active in this neighborhood; there have been frequent additional accounts of this particular ghost.

The phantom of a man sporting a military outfit was seen mounding pieces of wood near Twin Falls after midnight. This is one of those spirits that is made out very often nearby. One thing's for guaranteed, it without a doubt is a terrifying ghost that should be shunned.
The Loch Ness Monster has regularly been witnessed at Baldy Creek after midnight flinging pebbles into the current.

The armor of a medieval knight with no person inside is frequently made out on the pinnacle of Bald Mountain before sunrise studying the landscape.

The ghost of a lady with a plastic bag strapped around her head can frequently be noticed in a boat on Bathtub Lakes trying to find an object.

A very large mandrill may be spotted very frequently in Deer Creek Pass after midnight devouring a fish.

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