Sorrow Bend!

Do you believe ghosts can cause road accidents? The Foureyed Poet.

The Foureyed Poet

The two young men had looked forward to this night out for a drink and a quiet chat for several months. Both of them had been happily married for about a year and worked hard building up their homes. After a lot of persuasion their wives who were friends had got them to go out, as they knew the break was well-earned. And so at seven o’ clock on Friday 13th July 1975 Paul and Alan said goodbye to their wives. Paul’s wife Cherie was stopping at Alan’s house with his wife Maria. When they started off it was a clear evening Paul was driving his two-year old sports saloon car. They called into a local pub The Red Lion at a nearby village of Hinton. For a drink, a chat and a few games of darts. At eleven fifteen they got back into the car and headed for home. They had both…

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