Urban legends are stories that give us chills and nightmares every time we think of them and we sleep alone in the night. The stories that made us scared to go to the comfort room alone and be paranoid to be alone anywhere even during the day.
But some of us want that kind of thrill. They are the ones who loved reading these kind of stories. Like the possessed dolls, serial killers, unidentified creatures, haunted houses and haunted cars from horror movies.
Speaking of haunted cars, people say that it’s not only seen in the movies because they claim that there really are haunted cars out there.
The first car to be called as haunted is the 1910 Double Phaeton, made by car manufacturer Graf and Stift. It is first owned by Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914. He was assassinated with his wife while they were riding in the car. Since then, in just a span of 12 years, the car exchanged owners for 15 times and been consistently involved in accidents that caused 13 lives. It got its nickname “Death Car” when its last owner, a Romanian baron was killed in an accident along with his five friends.
Another one is the car of James Dean, the Porsche 550 Spyder. Dean was killed while driving the car to attend a racing event in Salinas California. It was then nicknamed as the “Little Bastard”.
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And the last is the “Black Volga”. Many rumors about this car has surfaced around parts of Europe. The legend originally came from Poland. People said that it’s been used to abduct people, some say that it was driven by Satan or some black-robed Satanists and by sinister priests and nuns. It’s like an “evil car” or something. But he most recent was, it was said to be used by criminals who kidnap people and get their body organs to sell to some rich westerners or Arabs.
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