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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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)

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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In 2016, paranormal investigator Phil Sinclair posted a YouTube video from the woods at the side of the road, where he claims to have sensed the presence of a child and recorded an "evil" voice saying he will take his “inner soul” and telling him to “get out”. There is another report earlier than that of 1992 with Ian Sharpe too, in 1974 a man named Maurice Goodenaugh came to the local police to say that he had left a blanket on a woman he had hit and had begged for help. The empirical proof of my idea is that you don't hear of massive energy losses every time a heavy rainstorm hits a power cable, as zillions of raindrops carry away the charge. Coach driver Ian Sharpe, 56, saw the ghost only just over a week before the anniversary of the car crash. According to their report, she emerged from the bank on the left hand side, shook her bundle of sticks at the car and vanished.

He said: “Clothes, apparently violently torn from the body by the frenzied killer, were found in a bundle. 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. Since then, Joseph Chester and Tracy Boon both reported seeing a young woman wearing a nightgown on separate occasions in 1968 and 1999. Two weeks later another report of a man experiencing a similar event came in, again he rushed out expecting a tragedy to find zero evidence of the event. The film, which is not yet scheduled for release, will be dedicated to "those who have lost their lives on that treacherous hill".Since then, there have been reports of ghostly figures roaming the hill, and cars being pushed off the road by an unseen force. This account is from Crimes that Shocked the Medway Towns, based on newspaper reports by Chatham News in the early 1970s. RTG: This software developer started its operations in 1996 and has more than 400 games in its library.

Just outside the picturesque city of Bath, there’s a road known as ‘Sally in the Wood’ - which superstitious locals give a wide berth. Both times she has terrified people with her grotesque features and the palpable sense of evil which emanates from her. The hill got its name from the execution site of a highwayman who was hanged there in the 17th century.The weather was fine and she wore a white cotton dress and a pretty bonnet decorated with pink roses. I hear anecdotes claiming new sightings, but nothing like the press-reported, police-investigated name-witness accounts that sparked the case's widespread exposure in 1992/3.



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