Trucker captures mysterious ghostly figure on dashcam while driving on empty road

It's one of America's most dangerous roads
  • A ghostly figure has been captured on dashcam on one of America’s most dangerous roads
  • A fatality happened nearby in February
  • The six-second clip was captured on a Nexar dashcam recording for security reasons

Published on Apr 15, 2024 at 7:38PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 15, 2024 at 7:48PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

A mysterious and ghostly figure has been captured on a dashcam on one of America’s most dangerous roads.

A hazy figure was captured by a trucker who was driving alone in Arizona, US.

The brief six-second clip was captured on a Nexar dashcam that was recording drives for security reasons.


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The alleged sighting has sparked fiery debate as to whether it’s proof of the paranormal.

William Church had arrived home from driving on the notorious Route 87 before he checked his dashcam footage.

It was then that the blood in his veins ran cold as he spotted the outline of a translucent figure standing by the side of the road.

The figure was seen as he passed the highway’s 200-mile marker between Phoenix and Payson, Arizona.

Arizona State Route 87 is a north-to-south highway that was constructed in 1927.

It measures approximately 272.66 miles.

The north end travels to State Route 264 near Second Mesa, a census-designated place in Arizona.

The south end travels to Interstate 10 near Picacho, an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Arizona.

There have been many fatalities on the 96-year-old highway, which has led some to believe the road could be haunted.

Valley Chevy Dealers in Phoenix named State Route 87 as one of Arizona’s ‘most dangerous roads’.

That’s because of its route that has ‘a lot of looping turns.’

A fatal car crash happened as recently as February on Arizona State 87 near milepost 201, according to FOX 10 Phoenix.

While behind the wheel during his 287-mile night route, he claims to not have noticed anything out of the ordinary.


There were no other cars on the road – something we might see more often now that supercars are set to soar through the skies.

This isn’t the first time something terrifying was captured on a dashcam.

Like the terrifying moment a truck’s brakes failed, sending it hurtling down a busy mountain road.

Mostly dashcams capture dangerous driving, like this ‘slingshot’ method used to bypass a busy roundabout.

After sharing the footage of the phantom online, the internet was split: is it camera glare or something a little less easily explained that we can see?

“The figure was just standing in the roadway as I passed by looks like you can see the lines through the legs making the figure,” Church told Fox News.

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