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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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Unsuspecting motorists have witnessed a woman running out in front of their cars late at night, often locking eyes with them before being hit and vanishing. When he came back with the police there was no sign of the seriously hurt woman and again nothing to suggest what had happened to her if she had been there in the first place.

It said: "An air of malevolence surrounded her and as they approached the grotesque figure, her face contorted with anger, she began to shake a bundle of twigs at the car. But the most reported is that of Suzanne Browne, a tragic bride-to-be killed on the eve of her wedding to RAF engineer Brian Wetton, on November 19, 1965.Mostly, however, the ghosts of Bluebell Hill have provided a timely lifeline for generations of local journalists on a slow news day. As they drove along Bluebell Hill, their attention was drawn by a woman wearing an evening dress standing at the side of the road. But I have an additional question for our physicist - why aren't people electrocuted when they walk beneath such power lines during drenching rainstorms?

As the four travelled onto Blue Bell Hill, Suzanne lost control of the car and crashed head-on with a Jaguar heading in the opposite direction. 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. He jumped out of his car to tend to the girl, who he found lying in the road, with a cut to her forehead and grazes on her knees. For the 50th anniversary of the crash a number of spiritual believers gathered outside the Lower Bell pub, nearby. I found it along with your post after finishing the book with my kids and looking up where the standing stones in the book actually are.Several accidents have been caused by sightings of a hunched-over figure limping at the side of the road along the Devil’s Highway.

You can pass a current through water, and electrolyse it into its constituents, hydrogen and oxygen, but that's a different process involving two oppositely charged conductors, the anode and the cathode. With literally hundreds to choose from, the intrepid ghost hunter is spoilt for choice when visiting the Emerald Isle. The Spaniard’s Inn in Hampstead, North London, was reportedly owned by the father of the famous 18th century highwayman Dick Turpin and it was certainly a hotspot for highway robbery. And Blue Bell Hill in Kent is known as one of the most haunted places in Britain, with reports of cars being pushed off the road by demonic forces.Today it is infamous for being one of the most haunted roads in England, with over 50 reported ghostly sightings in the past 80 years. Even though Blue Bell Hill when viewed from the correct perspective is very picturesque it does lie next to the busy M2 motorway and the A229 dual carriage way. I would never look at it for more than a second and try not to even look at it in the corner of my eye. Other motorists have reported hitting a woman wearing a red scarf, who stares intently at the driver before disappearing under the bonnet.

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