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  ET can be seen at the current construction site of a new school on several nights after dark then goes to a local Wawa.
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An army outfit pacing around lacking a body in it has often been noticed resting at the dining table in a Springfield house. In any event, it indisputably is a creepy phantom that you wouldn't wish to come across very late at night.
    
The ghost of a civil war combatant is repeatedly perceived looking at folks in a Springfield house through a door crack. No matter what, this spirit unquestionably is bloodcurdling; one that you shouldn't go trying to find.

A very large marmoset has supposedly been perceived on frequent occasions in a wild place close to Springfield.

The phantom of a severely burned woman can repeatedly be spotted walking in the middle of a shadowy road right next door to Springfield. No matter what folks express, this is a horrible ghost that is rather not interrupted.

An extremely large basilisk has every now and then been seen posting a container at a Springfield post office.
 

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