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Answered: Is Paul Bizzarro a police officer in Erie, Pa?

First you'll need to make sure that Bizzarro is the guy's real name, then call his police employer and ask if the guy works there.

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It is a water intake not a sunken barge

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I would recommend Keuka Lake State Park . It is close to the lake.

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A club to beat on the monsters when they attack.

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Lake Ariel is east of Scranton, in the northeast part of Pennsylvania. There is no train station in Lake Ariel; the nearest one appears to be in Scranton, 22 miles away.
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