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The Baltimore Phantom

The witness describes an anomaly that has been reported before, which I'll explain later:“I was in Baltimore in the hood so I was paying attention to my mirrors and I was looking behind me stood a crowd of people in the corner. I saw this really really tall thing walk out from behind the crowd wearing a bright red robe with the hood over its head and using a cane. The arms of the robe covered the hands and the hood covered all of the face, but the weirdest part was how no-one paid a bit of attention to this bizarre figure walking by them.
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