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The extraterrestrial crew member of an extraterrestrial spacecraft may repeatedly be made out excavating a nook underneath a lamppost in Oak Harbor.

An enormous impala may be seen often laundering a blood-covered pair of pants in Eerkes Spring around midnight.

Cinderella has every now and then been made out going to see Blowers Bluff in the early morning hours.
    
A female in flames, holding a gas container is now and then witnessed staring at the water by Loers Dam in the early morning hours before sunrise.

A gigantic porcupine has allegedly been made out on a handful of occasions pacing from mobile home to mobile home on a dark night on an Oak Harbor lane.

Galileo has often been observed smoking a pipe by Waterloo Marsh.

A very large leopard is often observed after midnight scrutinizing Clover Valley in detail.

The spirit of a planter dressed in a farmer hat has purportedly been distinguished on a small number of instances covering a dead body by a large rock in Deception Pass State Park late in the night. Locals argue that this ghost may very well be a recognized former time local of Oak Harbor. Nevertheless, this is a bad ghost that is preferably not upset.
 

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