Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008
Time and Dimension Travel
Incident on the Road to Sydney
Where time and reality distorted into a scene of terror
There are many things that scare us. There's the fright we feel when our well-being is threatened. And there's the core-chilling fear that comes when we confront the unknown... or it confronts us. As we've seen in many stories in this column, ghost and haunting phenomena can unleash this fear. Then there are incidents that are just so strange, so far removed from everyday experience that they can cause us to question our sanity and work their way into the pit of our deepest fears. Michael experienced such an incident while traveling the interstate from the Australian Capital Territory to New South Wales in Australia. This is Michael's story.
There are two ways you can get from the Australian Capital Territory to Sydney in New South Wales: the fast way and the highway. The highway is bent around farmland that the government could not buy, so they built small roads around it instead, and the highway detours a minimum of three miles away from each farm.
The fast way is a series of narrow roads that pass through beautiful countryside that is heavily forested - so forested that you can't see around bends
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