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We’ve all heard of haunted houses and places, but what about haunted vehicles?
From planes to trains to automobiles, they exist and have caused more than their share of tragedy. The question is: do you believe? Take a look at the haunted vehicles below, and you just might!
Stephen King’s Christine made for one hell of a terrifying book and movie, but what if there really is a car so haunted, so possessed, that its known for killing dozens and dozens of people? Meet the 1964 Dodge 330 Limited Edition dubbed the “GoldenEagle,” the most evil car in America.
So here’s how owner Wendy Allen tells the story…The Dodge was originally purchased as a police car for Old Orchard Beach, ME, but was sold to an elderly local man after the car began generating a creepy reputation. All three officers to ever drive the car died in bizarre murder-suicides, killing their families and themselves.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s Graf & Stift Death Limo, a maroon Vauxhall Astra, this Renault Megane, JFK’s Limo, and James Dean’s Spyder. Each of them has caused strange occurrences and deaths that cannot be explained except that they are haunted.
Hauntings aren’t limited to cars. Planes, trains, buses and a submarine all have stories creepy enough for great campfire tales.
Take Eastern Airlines Flight 401 for example.
One of the strangest cases of alleged ghost vehicles is Eastern Airlines Flight 401, a Tri-Star jetliner that crashed in December, 1972 into a Florida swamp. The accident killed 101 people, including pilot Bob Loft and flight engineer Don Repo.
The accident quickly earned an eerie reputation. This was not because the plane itself was haunted (after all, it was smashed to pieces), but because it created other haunted planes.
And the terrifying Black Volga.
Nobody knew who drove the Black Volga. Some said it was priests, some said nuns, some swore it was Satan worshipers—some even claimed the devil himself was behind the steering wheel.
It abducted children and killed anyone who approached it (sometimes instantly, sometimes the victim would mysteriously drop dead exactly 24 hours later).
Or Abraham Lincoln’s Phantom Train
Perhaps one of the most famous phantom vehicles in American history, this eerie ghost steam engine is said to progress through 180 cities every April. It is essentially the ghost of the real funeral train in which Abraham Lincoln (who was allegedly keenly interested in the supernatural and even encountered his own doppelganger once) made his last trip. People claim that in the ghost train’s presence, watches and clocks stop.
Still a skeptic? Check out all 10!
And for you time challenged non-believers, or the video seeking enthusiast, we have this:
Now, what do you think?
I think we’ll all have a Happy Halloween, and keep an eye over out shoulder while out trick or treating this year!