What’s Up With All The Late Night Hitchhiking Ghost Stories?
Reminds me of that urban legend where a man sees a young woman on the side of the road — asks if she needed a ride . . . she gets in . . . she’s cold and he gives her his jacket . . . He takes her home . . . She disappears . . . He goes to the front door, knocks, asks about the young lady and is told of her death years earlier . . . The next day he drives by the cemetery to find his jacket on a grave stone . . .
Did You Hear Something?
I thought it would be cool to have such a painting in my house and tell ghost stories . . . Oh well . . . Maybe I’m the only one who sees the humor in that.
All right let me focus on the story . . . Bob’s a cab driver. He was tired, it was the end of his shift and he was on his way home — evidently Bob owns his cab or can drive it home . . . He sees a young woman standing on the side of the road wearing a blue dress — evidently she attended a party or school dance. Of course, Bob had a hundred and one questions to ask the young woman like what are you doing way out here? Why didn’t you get a ride with one of your friends? And on and on . . . Instead she gave him detailed instructions as to how to get her to her home . . .
Bob was familiar with the area and the route . . . one he rarely took because there was a steep incline to the right with no guard rail . . . if he inched too close, he’d go into the ditch. He slowed down. It was pitch dark — no moon . . . there was a bit of a misty fog that didn’t help Bob’s visibility.
Bob noticed the girl stopped talking . . . she was looking out the side window . . . she opened the door . . . and jumped out!!!