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The phantom of a youthful Indian fighter was distinguished at the water at Lewis Horn sipping blood from a bottle. The watcher got scared and ran off.

The ghost of a sturdy lumberjack hauling a big axe is repeatedly witnessed walking a Terrier very late at night on a shady Moses Lake lane. No matter what, it's undeniably a scary phantom that you would not want to encounter on a dark night.

The scary ghost of a Viking may repeatedly be observed peeping through building windows in Moses Lake at the stroke of midnight.
A gentleman that shifted shape into a vampire has occasionally been perceived looking across Cascade Valley very late at night. Loads of folks who live here argue this ghost loves scaring unwise people who come seeking ghosts in Moses Lake. No matter what people state, this ghost undoubtedly is bloodcurdling; one that you shouldn't go looking for.

A giant woodchuck is once in a while perceived pulling a cadaver across the dirt in Moses Lake State Park at the stroke of midnight.

A very large raccoon has been said to have been perceived on many instances taking pleasure in the vista at Moses Lake North Dam before sunrise.

A gigantic dugong can every so often be seen sniveling in Rocky Coulee before dawn.


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