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One of the three Little Pigs may sometimes be spotted speaking into the thin air as if somebody in addition was in attendance.

A very large wildcat has regularly been observed looking through home windows in Kirkland at the stroke of midnight.

A colossal sheep is frequently seen watching shows in a Kirkland living room at midnight.
A shining human body is rumored to have been witnessed on several occasions searching through garbage cans on a Kirkland road. Residents here claim that this ghost is the ghost of a vacationer that was murdered while journeying through Kirkland many years ago.

The ghost of a youthful guy sporting a denim jacket may frequently be perceived gazing at the panorama from the top of Beckstrom Hill after midnight. No matter what, this is a nasty ghost that you would not want to meet at the stroke of midnight.

A beheaded man can be seen frequently on a Kirkland residential street late in the night. A man who lives here argues that this ghost is that of a resident who existed here in Kirkland some decades ago. One thing's for certain, it's a terrifying ghost that you shouldn't go looking for.

A space man from planet Mars has sometimes been perceived suspended in the air like a helium balloon in Kirkland.

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