OKLAHOMA CITY - Employees at a local wrecker service claim they've been visited by a ghost. Oklahoma's News Channel Four first showed you the surveillance videotape on Wednesday, September 12th, 2002.
Those who work at Puckett's in southwest Oklahoma City believe the image is that of a woman involved in a fatal accident.
Now, family members of that woman have come forward, convinced the sighting is their lost loved one sending them a message.
Tracy Martin died from her injuries June 30th. But, her family believes she came back 18 days later to let them know she's okay. They say that is exactly how Tracy did things, in grand style. Tracy Martin's father, brother and husband are convinced the videotaped image is that of the 33-year-old mother of twins.
Tracy's truck was moved from Puckett's wrecker yard July 17 from the area the surveillance camera records. Overnight dispatcher Kathy Henley saw the image live on her monitors. A family portrait shows Tracy in her favored overalls. Tracy's husband, Brent, now has the awesome task of rearing their twins alone.
A police investigation into Tracy Martin's car wreck revealed she was not wearing a seat belt. Had she been buckled in, in the investigating officer's opinion, her injuries would not have been fatal.
Monday, December 7, 2009
OK Wrecker Service May Have Its Own Ghost
Creepy... Here's the story from www.kfor.com:
Posted by Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing & Recovery Footnotes at 5:17 PM