The Ghost of Hill Haven Road
Drac Von Stoller
Copyright 2012 by: Drac Von Stoller
Susie Meyers was one of the most beautiful women you ever laid eyes on. She had long wavy blonde hair and a smile that would melt any man's heart. The story begins at around midnight on October 31, 1953 Susie and her friends downed too many beers at a Halloween party. Then decided to pile into her friend Tommy's car with his friends Jack and Karen with their six packs of beer and drove down Hill Haven road. Just as they were all singing along with the radio, rain came pouring down and Tommy was having a hard time concentrating on the road because of the loud music and laughter coming from Susie and Karen in the back seat of Tommy's car. Jack was too busy handing out the beers to everyone to notice danger was on the way. Susie was the only one in the car not wearing her seat belt. The rain was really pouring down to where Tommy should have pulled off to the shoulder of the road and waited for the rain to stop before proceeding any further. Tommy just kept driving at a high rate of speed and drinking his beer when all of a sudden a driver on the other side of the road lost control of his vehicle causing Tommy's car to skid off the road and hit a tree head on. Unfortunately, Susie was the only passenger in the car that was not wearing a seat belt. Susie was ejected from the car and hit the tree head on decapitating her.
Legend has it that if you drive down Hill Haven road after midnight if you're lucky you just might see Susie Meyers by the tree looking for her head. Some people have even claimed to have seen a head with wavy blonde hair roll across the road. One eye witness claimed to have been driving down Hill Haven road after midnight with their driver's side window down and heard a woman's screams. On one occasion a car load of teenagers driving down Hill Haven road around 2am almost lost their lives trying to avoid a woman walking in the middle of the road. You too can have the willies scared out of you like I did a couple of years ago on a stormy Halloween night.