The Mystery Of The A3 Ghost Crash
A possibility locating of a fender bender by an individual from people in general generated a urban legend that suffers right up 'til today.
England's streets and motorways are absolutely no outsider to stories of the unexplained, with accounts of ghost drifters and tormented phantoms being ordinary along certain stretches of street.
One of the most impossible to miss such sightings happened on December eleventh, 2002, when an individual from general society called the police to report an auto collision - a vehicle had been seen losing control and leaving the street on the A3 close to the crisis slip street at Burpham.
At the point when police showed up at the scene they were at first incapable to locate any indication of an accident, anyway it didn't take them long to find a Vauxhall Astra in a jettison close by, darkened by the undergrowth.
Shockingly, the remaining parts of the driver were likewise found at the scene.
What made the terrible revelation all the outsider anyway was the way that the vehicle and the casualty had apparently been lying there unfamiliar for more than five months.
The expired ended up being a man needed for a burglary that had occurred in July of that year.
So if the accident had happened five months prior, how did the observer see the vehicle leaving the street ?
Might they be able to have seen a spooky replay of the mishap ?
Right up 'til the present time, no conclusive clarification has ever been