A poem about the sights and scenery at Cape Zampa is illuminated during a Marine Corps Community Services Tours Plus Spooky Sites Tour Oct. 22 in Yomitan Village, Okinawa, Japan. During the tour, families under the Status of Forces Agreement rode a bus to several historically haunted locations on Okinawa and listened to the legends and stories behind them. More than 30 guests attended the tour, which has been held multiple times annually for the past 10 years. The Spooky Sites Tours are scheduled to continue until Nov. 1.

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A poem about the sights and scenery at Cape Zampa is illuminated during a Marine Corps Community Services Tours Plus Spooky Sites Tour Oct. 22 in Yomitan Village, Okinawa, Japan. During the tour, families under the Status of Forces Agreement rode a bus to several historically haunted locations on Okinawa and listened to the legends and stories behind them. More than 30 guests attended the tour, which has been held multiple times annually for the past 10 years. The Spooky Sites Tours are scheduled to continue until Nov. 1. Stock Photo
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A poem about the sights and scenery at Cape Zampa is illuminated during a Marine Corps Community Services Tours Plus Spooky Sites Tour Oct. 22 in Yomitan Village, Okinawa, Japan. During the tour, families under the Status of Forces Agreement rode a bus to several historically haunted locations on Okinawa and listened to the legends and stories behind them. More than 30 guests attended the tour, which has been held multiple times annually for the past 10 years. The Spooky Sites Tours are scheduled to continue until Nov. 1.
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