Scary Tale

The Road Now

Think twice next time you jump into a strangers car !

This story happened about a few months ago, in a town in Mexico, and even though it sounds like an Alfred Hitchcock story it’s real.

This guy was on the side of the road, hitch hiking, on a dark moonless night and in the middle of a storm. The night was black and no cars on the road. The storm was so strong, he could hardly see a few feet ahead of him. Suddenly he saw a car coming towards him. It stopped. The guy, without thinking about it, got in the car, closed the door and and then realized there was nobody behind the wheel.

The car started slowly. The guy looks at the road and sees a curve coming his way. Scared he starts to pray asking God to help him. He wasn’t through praying, when just before he hits the curve, a hand appears through the window and moves the wheel.The guy, paralyzed in terror, watches how the hand appears every time they get to a curve.

The guy, jumps out of the car and runs to the nearest town. Drenched in sweat, he goes to a cantina and asks for shots of tequila,and starts telling everybody about the horrible experience he just had. A silence enveloped everybody when they realized the guy is crying and isn’t drunk.

About an hour later, two guys walked in the same cantina and one said to the other. “Look Jose, there’s the jerk that got in the car when we were pushing it!!!

 

Adam

 

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4 Responses to “Scary Tale”

  1. leafless Says:

    Very, very scary! 🙂

  2. theroadnow Says:

    Yeah gives me chills everytime.

  3. userbydefault Says:

    Hmmm, the guy must have had a lot on his mind, I mean think about it. Sure when it’s dark and creepy and there is no one around, your mind starts to wander, but when he noticed and he should have noticed fairly quickly that there was no one behind the wheel, did he not think of getting out. Okay, the car was moving, but when a car is being pushed, it doesn’t move very quickly at all. I can imagine the horror he went through just deciding what to do, get in or get out, not to mention the ever so often hand coming through the window to turn the wheel. I’m sure it’s a night he will never forget.

  4. theroadnow Says:

    I actually lived through a similar situation, only there was a driver.

    I chose to remain in the car, my life change forever.

    In time I will write about that night in 1984

    Thanks for the visit.

    Adam

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