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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When they hit a person standing below, dripping wet in the rain, the charge would instantly run direct to earth via the outside of his clothing, since water is a good conductor. They felt an “extremely cold air” and witnessed an old “gypsy-type women with olive skin clutching a bundle of sticks. Sonya said: "I felt so strongly that I made a film about the hill, which has taken five years all in all. But this time, at least, the phantom was probably being played by an actress as part of a new film based on spooky goings-on in the area.

I’d been reading something about Julian Cope and his fascination/obsession with the megalithic period and stumbled across the name of the Kentish sites; west of the river Medway sit the Coldrum stones, Addington long barrow and Chestnuts long barrow. Richard Studholme of the band Chicory Tip believed he was the victim of a cruel hoax when he picked up a young woman in 1973. Morris Dancing takes place on Blue Bell Hill picnic area at dawn on May Day morning with Jack in the Green in attendance. Deciding it was best not to move her too far, he carried the girl to a grass verge and covered her with a blanket.Signing up to the KentLive newsletter means you'll get the latest news direct to your inbox twice a day. I was so scared to look underneath, but I knelt down and looked straight through – there was nothing there. He and his brother Francesco owned the Inn for a time as well, and after falling in love with the same woman, decided to settle matters with a duel. The significance of this young woman's death was the reported sightings afterwards, and the similar pattern they carried. Joseph Chester and Tracy Boon both reported seeing a young woman wearing nothing but a nightgown on separate occasions in 1968 and 1999.

Halfway into the journey, they glance back at their passenger and are startled and shocked to see that no one else is in the car with them. He told The Sun newspaper: “I had come out of the Blue Bell Hill slip-road, from the village, coming down the hill. The two main instances of this piece of phenomena occurred in 1972 to Mr Bob Vandepeer and in 1971 to a Mr James Skeen. So if you’re feeling adventurous and up for a test of your driving skills, then the Devil’s Highway is definitely worth a try. He said: “Hardly any ghostly incidents actually occur near where the crash took place and not all the victims died instantly.The maid named Emily Trigg visited her mother in Blue Bell Hill every Sunday, and she was last seen walking with a soldier on Blue Bell Hill in 1916. Later the driver decides to go to the address given to him and inquire about the strange girl, but after giving a description of his passenger he learns that although she did indeed once live at the house, the girl had died in a car crash months or even years before.

Well it seems not, there is more information about this, Judith Langham was not the bride but there was a bride that died. Four years after the accident, a man on his way home to Rochester late at night, saw two pedestrians walking towards him, then suddenly disappear. 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. When she didn’t arrive at her destination or the place where she worked, her mother and her employer reported her missing.

You're correct about my speculations regarding a resurgence of activity with environmental disturbance/road construction - which has been held up at BBH and numerous other road ghost localities.

In all, 344 men and boys were killed - many surviving the blast but dying of carbon monoxide poisoning. The gruesome discovery led to speculation that the ghostly sighting had been a reenactment to the crash which killed him. Additionally make sure your User-Agent is not empty and is something unique and descriptive and try again.Meanwhile this ghoul gave ghost hunters an unforgettable memento of their haunted hospital visit by gatecrashing their team photo. Personally i don't believe in ghosts bit the idea of the lady is linked to a very tragic historical event that happened in the town https:// www.



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