Ghosts blamed for series of accidents on stretch of M6 dubbed 'Cheshire's Bermuda Triangle'

By Michael Klugey
Ghosts blamed for series of accidents on stretch of M6 dubbed 'Cheshire's Bermuda Triangle'
Ghosts blamed for series of accidents on stretch of M6 dubbed 'Cheshire's Bermuda Triangle'

Ghosts are to blame for a series of crashes on a stretch of motorway, a paranormal investigator has claimed. 

Mike Brooker knows people who have lost their lives as a result of collisions between junctions 16 and 19 of the M6.

Now he's dubbed the section 'Cheshire's Bermuda Triangle' after recounting how many drivers reported seeing phantom lorries, fake hitchhikers and even Roman soldiers before their accidents.

Mr. Brooker, from Northwich, Cheshire, says the fact the road was built on a Roman burial ground and the site where a Scottish army was massacred might be to blame for the ghostly goings-on, reports the Daily Star Sunday.

In 2006 road building company Tarmac commissioned a survey which found there'd been more spooky sightings on the M6 than any other route in the country.

Mr. Brooker said: "It is clear something is very wrong to cause so many accidents on what is to all intents and purposes a fairly straight stretch."

He started investigating the road after his school friends died on it in 1976.

He also says his late father-in-law, Arthur Hancock, was almost buried alive while building it

Mr. Hancock had been called out repeatedly over the years after accidents with no apparent cause.

Recounting one incident driver Declan Stewart said: "I was driving past the turn-off to Middlewich and everything got a bit darker and a strange mist drifted across the road.

"I couldn't see anything but I could hear a faint clanging of metal and there was a smell, a sort of mix between wool, oats, and offal."

Source: mirror.co