Ghost in the Mirror
Real Cases of Spirit Encounters
by: Leslie Rule
Chapter 3: Ghosts on the Road
"The Last Bus Stop"
Pages 56 through 62
May 8, 1980. It was 7:38 a.m. when a near 2,000 ton vessel slammed into the Skyway Bridge. A quarter mile section of the steel bridge collapsed, sending eight cars and a Greyhound bus (with 28 passengers) plummeting in to the bay. Thirty-five people died. Most from the 150 foot fall, while a few survived the drop, only to drown.
Nearly thirty years later, on a trip home to Tampa Florida, Juanita glanced at her side view mirror and saw the reflection of the bus, she sensed something strange. It wasn't that she thought it was a phantom bus. She simply found it odd that it stayed framed in her mirror for many miles.
Kimberly also remembers the treacherous trip. "I was only fourteen when it happened." she said. "But, I remember clear as day the leaping Greyhound dog on the side of the massive bus as it went by and I remember all the commotion aferward when they saw the bus transform."
Juanita was so puzzled by the experience that she contacted the Greyhound station to ask which one of the buses was on that route, but she didn't mention the ghostly bus. The answer was chilling. Greyhound had no buses on that stretch, during that time.
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