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Phantom Vehicles [1] are ghostly forms of vehicles anchored to routes between a few hundred feet to thousands of miles.

History

Phantom Vehicles from emotionally charged events have been observed on land and sea.[2] Some were benign and some were malignant. The ghost form of the funeral train that returned the body of President Lincoln to his hometown of Springfield, Illinois manifested once a year. It always appeared in Washington D.C. then traveled west to Springfield. The train carried a coffin draped in the American flag and was always accompanied by a complement of Union Soldier Ghosts. It never arrived in its destination before sunrise. Ships lost at sea haunted open ocean waters and created misfortune, even death, for those who saw it, like the Flying Dutchman.

Malignant types of Phantom Vehicles are usually possessed and have kidnapped unsuspecting victims. Ships, coaches, trains, and cars have been documented as such and occupied by an unseen driver. Survivors who declined to enter a Phantom Vehicle stated they felt a sense of dread around it while victims were never seen again. [3]

Classification

The Phantom Vehicles are anchored Class 5 entities that can be both corporeal and noncorporeal. [4]

Appearances

References

  1. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.36). Paragraph reads: "There are several distinct types of phantom vehicles."
  2. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.36). Paragraph reads: "Some manifest as a result of being exposed to an emotionally charged event."
  3. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.36). Paragraph reads: "Those lucky few who have encountered these apparitions but opted not to embark have reported an indescribable sense of dread surrounding the vehicle. Those who choose to accept passage are not seen again."
  4. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.36). Paragraph reads: "CLASS V. CAN BE NOTH CORPOREAL AND NONCORPOREAL. OFTEN ANCHORED TO A ROUTE STRETCHING ANYWHERE FROM A FEW HUNDRED FEET TO THOUSANDS OF MILES."
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