Lights on the road. Ghost hitchhikers. Eerie covered bridges. In this fascinating collection, Dan Asfar shows how ordinary streets and highways can suddenly become terrifying haunts. Based on true accounts, these stories may force you to think twice before driving late at night.
Edrick Thay is the author of almost a dozen books. Born in Edmonton, he holds a degree in English literature from Queen's University in Ontario and a master's degree in journalism from Indiana University. An avid traveler and reader, he currently lives in Toronto.
An avid traveler and reader, he longs one day to write from a loft in New York City. In the meantime, he busies himself with expanding his CD collection, improving his skills in the kitchen and finding inspiration in the works of Lahiri, Chabon and Murakami.