Taxi drivers in Japan have reported that they are picking up ghost victims of the 2011 tsunami.
Seven drivers have come forward claiming that ghostly passengers have entered their vehicle only to disappear into thin air shortly before reaching their destination.
One driver described a young woman dressed in a coat climbing into his cab near Ishinomaki Station and telling him: “Please go to the Minamihama (district).”
In response, the driver noted that the area was “almost empty,” and asked her if she was sure she wanted to go there, reported the Asahi Shimbun newspaper.
The woman replied in a trembling voice: “Have I died?”
When the driver turned around to look at her, no one was there.
Another driver, in his forties, said a young man climbed into his cab and asked to go to “Hiyoriyama mountain.”
The driver set off, but when he pulled over he realized the passenger had disappeared.
The accounts were compiled by Tohoku Gakuin University sociology student Yuka Kudo for her graduation thesis. She asked more than 100 drivers if they had experienced anything unusual in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami.
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