Insurance broker Barry Collings and his friend Stephen Pope were driving up Bluebell Hill, Chatham, in Kent, when they saw a girl standing by the side of the road. She had long blonde hair and wore a white evening-dress, which was in disarray, and carried a handbag.
There was a strong wind blowing, yet the girl's hair did not move, and she was perfectly still. At first they thought she was in trouble; then they decided she was a ghost and drove off. In 1965, a bride-to-be and her three attendants were killed in a crash on the hill, since when there have been at least six accounts of the girl being given a lift. Once in the car, she vanished. France | Ghostly Headless Rider | Gloucestershire | Phantom Coach | Alaska | Belmont County | Broomhill Road mystery | Chicago | Chicago | Cranborne | East End | England | Ghost of a man | Ghostly Vehicles | Grim Spectral Figure | Kent | Knottingly | Lancashire | Lincolnshire | Lynwood | Lynwood House | Morristown | Perthshire | Sailor | Stamford | Taiwan | Wales |
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