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The Phantom Car

The Phantom Car

In the August issue(1) of FATE Magazine, Brad Steiger recounts several cases of Ghosts and Phantoms on the Highways. One incident took place outside of Albany, NY in 1991-- a man named Max was rushing to return home to finish some work. Along the highway, he became stuck behind a slow moving vehicle-- what he guessed to be a 1941 Chevrolet sedan. Upon blasting his horn at the car, the sedan's driver turned to look at him with an expression of shock. Then, right in front of Max and his family, the old car began to disappear. "It was as if there were some old photograph dissolving bit by bit before us, just fading away until there was nothing left to prove it had ever been there," Max said.

1. http://www.fatemag.com/issues/2000s/2007-08.html

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