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Some railroad tracks on the south side of town (the sticks)

San Antonio, Texas

While on the way home, a bus full of first and second graders broke down while driving across these railroad tracks. Rather than going to look for help, the driver told the children to get off the bus and push it across the tracks; they were struck down by a train. Now it is said that if one drives to the site and puts the car in neutral, it will be pushed over the tracks. Allegedly if one spreads baby powder on the back of the car before going to the site, he will see fingerprints when he leaves.

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kristina says:

April 15, 2015, 10:16 pm

Well all i hve to say is that i lived in this area for years already n i hve to say me being transgenderd living in this area was gonna be alright but kno the exact opposite im so scared to sleep at night cause i hear moans n cries coming from the ghost tracks alot of bad things hve happend out in this part of san Antonio the crime here is bad about almost 6 years ago a 15 year old innocent girl was abducted raped by two hispanic men n killed her n left her body in a trash Bag n left her off shane and villamain rd it was a gruesome discovery police and helicopters search the area but were unseccesful locating the men it is a dark wooded area my adcice be cautious n wise this area is very dangerous

bh says:

June 13, 2015, 5:44 pm

Unfortunately, there never was a bus accident involving children of such magnitude in San Antonio. The story is historically inaccurate and the tracks are located on a road with a geographical optical illusion which gives the impression that a vehicle is being pushed up hill and it may appear so, but it is actually the result of gravity doing its job. This is not my personal opinion rather the place has been scientifically investigated and those were the findings.

Harmony says:

June 14, 2015, 6:01 pm

The story has been debunked. the angle of the road and the side of the road plays a trick of the minds eye. making you think that you are rolling up and over the tracks when in reality you are rooling down hill over tracks!!! get your facts straight before you publish ****!!!

David says:

March 23, 2016, 12:24 pm

I went over there (ask the locals,they will tell you where the spot is)and tried pushing my truck over the tracks,it rolled over by itself.As I was pushing it, a woman appeared (perhaps it was the teacher,who knows) and started to help me push it. Long story short, we made love in the back of the truck and then she disappeared.Isn’t that scary?

Alex says:

March 31, 2016, 11:54 am

Wow, that happened to me too. I took my SUV over there, I parked and put it on neutral.The SUV started to roll by itself,I walked to the back of the SUV and saw this beautiful woman pushing it. I asked her what she was doing and she told me to help her,so I did. Once it went over the tracks, she then walked up to me and started kissing and tonguing me. I then bent her over and drilled her hard. She screamed and yelled and when I was done, I made her lick off the mess she made. She then thanked me and disappeared into the woods. It is said, that if you are quiet,you can her hear her moaning and screaming. Wow, it was fun,but scary! More fun though..lol!

Zeddemore says:

June 29, 2016, 4:06 pm

Zumi died near the train tracks. Is it possible that he is haunting sites in Texas as well as in VA. Can they travel that far?

Lakeisha says:

July 29, 2016, 8:43 am

I don’t know if the actual story is true. I haven’t found anything on the story. But I was born and raised in San Antonio and actually experienced the tracks. You think Gravity is the cause of your car rolling in neutral on a flat surface, but up a hill? I don’t think so! Something is happening there and was really pissed that my friend brought me there. I didn’t know we were even going there until we were there and starting crying immediately. I believe in letting spirits rest and not disturbing them. I don’t know the true events that happened there but I wouldn’t go again.

Itsall Alie says:

April 11, 2018, 7:06 am

This event with the school bus never happened.
It is a made up story. I have lived in San Antonio for ages and this never took place. You guys are so gullible to believe a bullshit story.

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