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A female person may be distinguished repeatedly at night checking out Big Valley in detail. Several of the folks who live here argue this ghost could be the spirit of a person who lived here who passed on here in Poulsbo some time ago. In any event, this is an antagonistic ghost that you shouldn't go searching for.

A massive mole has every so often been witnessed at Bjorgen Creek at midnight heaving pebbles into the flowing water.

The ghost of a man hauling a sword has been said to have been distinguished on a small number of instances searching for a photo beside a parked Dodge in a Poulsbo parking lot after midnight.
The spirit of a lady with a name engraved into her back can from time to time be noticed fishing from the shore of Glad Ponds in the early morning hours. No matter what, it's a bloodcurdling phantom that is preferably not messed with.

A woman with worms crawling out of her eyes has often been perceived glugging down blood from a cup in the early morning hours by a vending machine in Poulsbo. Regardless of what people utter, it is certainly a terrifying ghost that you don't want to encounter after midnight.

The ghost of a female with a stiletto in her neck is regularly made out searching for a hat up on the pinnacle of Bucklin Hill. One thing's for certain, this is an unsympathetic spirit that any sensible person would not want to come across.

A huge snake has supposedly been made out on one or two occasions by Battlepoint Park Reservoir Dam before sunrise staring at the water.

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