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The Ghosts of Blue Bell Hill & other Road Ghosts (The Ghosts of Blue Bell Hill: and Other Road Ghosts: A Case-Centred Study of Phantom Hitch-Hikers & Phantom Jaywalkers in Folklore and Fact)

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This book traces Blue Bell Hill's ghost from its roots in folklore to compelling fact, with nearly 50 witness accounts attesting to it as an important modern example of haunting on record, and arguably the foremost case of its kind in the world today. I've felt the skin-tingling effects of the field whilst standing beneath the cables - although I will admit I don't know how you might feel the same inside a passing vehicle. miles from Egerton to Darwen, which holds the dubious accolade of being a renowned accident blackspot. There's a lot of window space, for one thing, and convertibles might have soft or fibreglass tops as well.

Not sure what we saw or why she couldn’t get her camera to focus on the trees worked perfectly before and perfectly further down the hill. Mr Ian Sharpe unfortunately fell victim to a disturbing occurrence that involved the spirit of one of the victims that perished in that violent wreck running in front of his bus. This is a modern myth, something born from the motorway and tarmac, the stories only dating back to the 1960s. An enquiry found that the bridge, opened just a year before, had construction flaws and was unable to cope with high winds.

I don’t really believe in ghosts; the persistence of human imagination in these unlikely places is what is of most importance. THE site of a tragic car crash has been dubbed one of the creepiest places in the UK after FIFTY reported sightings of the same ghost. Despite a common belief that she died on the road, it was actually her friend Judith Lingham who passed away there.

When she didn’t arrive at her destination or the place where she worked, her mother and her employer reported her missing. In recent times, witnesses have reported a strange black form sliding from the moorlands across the road – could that be the Devil still looking for the daughter? If you’re looking for a creepy road to drive on this Halloween, Blue Bell Hill is definitely worth a visit. The layout of the start of Bluebell Hill from the M2 junction has changed in recent years, I wonder if the sightings have now decreased since the improvements have taken place? Several accidents have been caused by sightings of a hunched-over figure limping at the side of the road along the Devil’s Highway.

On the stormy night of December 29, 1879, the Tay Bridge in Dundee collapsed, plunging a passenger train into the icy waters below, along with the crew and 75 passengers. At one point, he screams and jumps, before yelling, “I saw a f***ing man” and speculating that he had come face to face with the famous monk. Anyway my mum went downstairs after checking on all of us the ghost turned the kettle on for her she said thanks came back upstairs and its entire contents where in neatly folded piles on the floor. I'm not claiming

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