Rare Sighting of “Bantam Phantom” at WMCC

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Just in time for the Halloween season, authorities believe that the photo above is the first time that the elusive “Bantam Phantom” has been captured on film.  Recent sightings in South Carolina where he is known as “Pumpkin Head” may also be true, since reported sightings only occur in the dark and South Carolina recently experienced a total eclipse of the sun.  It is also reported that he can travel quickly and quietly by a method called Teslateleportation.  Residents of Litchfield County are urged to be vigilant and take caution in the overnight hours, especially those using any kind of telescope (the Phantom is rumored to prefer mounts made by Software Bisque).  Any future sightings should be reported to the Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club.

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