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 spooky spot had people speculating that it could be the A229's famous ghost, which has been known to fling itself in front of vehicles. The remains of a Neolithic Long House were found in the area during the construction of the high speed rail link. Also another incident at the same house there was a small cupboard above the boiler cupboard in me and my brother's room I must have been 8 and my brother 12 neither of us could reach this cupboard it was about 6. 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.
When the car got closer, they realised it was an elderly woman wearing old fashioned, worn out clothes. Meanwhile, I would like to extend my appeal to all readers of these boards for road ghost encounters whereever they may be found.When I was little I was looking out of my bedroom window up towards boxley village and thought I saw 6 black horses with red eyes and feathers on their heads pulling a big black carriage, needless to say I hid under my covers sharpish. 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. Early in the morning of July 13, 1974, Goodenough, then 35-years-old ran into Rochester Police Station claiming that he had just knocked down a young girl with his car on Blue Bell Hill. 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. Bob Vandepeer had a terrifying experience in 1962 when he picked up a girl on the hill – then later turned round to discover his hitchhiker had vanished into thin air.
The stones and barrows of Kent are the only known prehistoric megalithic group in eastern England and the most south-easterly group in the whole country; almost an anomaly. Random encounters with the unusual” is a repository for the oddities that me and Mrs J have encountered on our travels, which we find interesting or amusing in some way. Last year a number of spiritual believers gathered at the nearby Lower Bell pub last year on the fatal incident’s 50th anniversary to see if they could spot anything spooky.The "Bluebell Hill Hitchhiker" ghost story was an urban myth that was published in the KM in the 1960s.
Both times she has terrified people with her grotesque features and the palpable sense of evil which emanates from her. In February 2019, when snow battered the South East and cars were abandoned on the hill, many motorists reported seeing the figure of a person holding a child on the side of the roads. 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. The road itself has been surrounded by mystery for decades, with more than 50 reported supernatural sightings in the area.
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. They say the murdered child became a ghost, restlessly roaming the woods at night - and often straying out into the unlit stretch of road which cuts through it. Local legend has it the ghost of 22-year-old bride Suzanne Browne haunts the stretch of road that runs through the Kent countryside.