The vanishing hitchhiker is interesting to me because I’ve always been interested in ghost stories. I remember back in middle school my friends and me would always talk about all kinds of ghost stories. In high school one of my friends had told me how a little girl would stand on the side of the street and people would stop and let her in their car. Then she would ask you “can you drop her off at her house”. When you drive across the bridge she disappears or she disappears when you get to her house.
The Vanishing Hitchhiker (4-8-N/A). Snopes.com
Retrieved 2-21-13 from Snoper.com. The atrial talks about teller usually specific local streets where the driver picks up the spectral hitchhiker. Sometimes the ghost leaves a book or scarf in the car, which the bereaved parents then identify as belonging to their lost daughter. Sometimes the diver spies the hitchhiker’s photograph on the family piano, wearing the party dress in witch she died.
Brunv, Jan Harold, (1988). The vanishing hitchhiker, Retrieved 2-21-31 from http:/Bernd.wechner.info
This atrial has multiple hitchhikers story’s about the people how encounter the hitchhiker.
Jan Brunvand Harold. The vanishing Hitchhiker http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/weekly/aafpr-vh.htm
This story talks about A friend of a friend and his daughter who were driving along a lonely country road at night and happened upon a female hitchhiker. The woman asked for a ride to her home just a few miles up the road. The travelers obliged and continued on with the woman riding silently in the backseat. As they approached their destination, the driver turned to inform the passenger they were arriving, only to discover she had vanished from the backseat without a trace.
Taylor Troy (2002). http://www.prairieghosts.com/vanishing.html
This atrial talks about how a young man