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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She just ran straight in front of the car and I hit her on her left side…she was looking at me all the time. It was in the same year on a cold winter's night that a man was travelling home when he saw a young woman standing in the middle of the road. There was very little traffic, and as she came down the hill, she took advantage of the gradient to freewheel. Pluckley in Kent has been named one of the most haunted places in Britain by The Telegraph but it is questionable whether this is the only haunted area. This article described the apparition of a mysterious girl who was seen on a number of occasions hitching a lift outside the Lower Bell pub.

Snaking its way across the bleak and beautiful West Pennine moors, the road takes in some of the most rugged countryside around, as well as several bridges. Local filmmakers have taken it upon themselves to dramatise the story of the Bluebell ghost, complete with dodgy 60s dancing and estuary English. I have mentioned this elsewhere on the board, but thought it would be better to post here in the Ghosts section. Sightings of the Blue Bell Hill ghost continue to this day and there is much speculation as to the identity of the spectre or spectres. Hinks claimed Emily was choked to death because a piece torn from an undergarment was found in the mouth of the skull.Motorists who gave her a lift into the center of Maidstone described a young girl who chatted happily throughout the journey before vanishing completely from the moving car. Despite the weather being cold and wet, he was stunned to see a young woman emerge from the trees at the side of the road in a flimsy cotton dress. Haunted Kent claims with quieter roads, she attempted to freewheel down the hill before being confronted by a dark mist. The single most comprehensive article I've yet seen on the Blue Bell Hill area "road ghosts" and "road hags" is Sean Tudor's "Hell's Belles," which appeared in FORTEAN TIMES for December, 1997, Issue 104, pages 36-40.

DRIVING down a deserted road in the dead of night can be spooky enough, but what if it truly is a highway to Hell? I was so scared to look underneath, but I knelt down and looked straight through – there was nothing there.

Hundreds of cars had to be abandoned on Blue Bell Hill and Detling Hill as snow lashed the north of Kent, just when people thought the county had escaped the worst.

Buckinghamshire has its fair share of ghosts, but none send shivers up your spine like a derelict haunted hospital like the Canadian Red Cross. The driver of the car, Suzann Browne, was to be married the next day to Brian Wetton, an RAF technician.

He believes it is an urban legend and newspapers reported it wrong because the press desperately wanted it to be one of the women who died in 1965. It is believed this ghost is that of 22-year-old bride Suzanne Browne, who was killed with two friends in a road traffic accident near the bridge over the Old Chatham Road on the eve of her wedding on November 19, 1965. 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? Ghosts have often been spotted on the road but hadn't been for quite some time - more than 20 years ago in fact.

He investigates reports of ghost sightings and believes Blue Bell Hill between Maidstone and Rochester is haunted. Thousands of drivers pass by the A229 Blue Bell Hill every single day - but how many know about its supernatural resident? The 39-year-old from Rochester said: "I think it frightens people way to much to talk about it but there are still things going on up there.Jemma, an animal-rescue worker, was driving with two friends in Halsham, East Yorks, when she spotted it.



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