During the summer and fall of 1921 on the Dartmoor road near the village of Post Bridge, England, a series of accidents occurred, all at the same location, to motorcycle riders. T. Gifford relates in the Oct. 14, 1921 Daily Mail that a doctor was riding his motorcycle with his children in the sidecar. He told the children to jump; the cycle swerved and the doctor was killed. On Aug. 26 of that same year, a man was thrown from his motorcycle. When interviewed later, he described “invisible hands” seizing his hands, forcing him down.
–Charles Fort, Wild Talents, p. 958 (The Complete Books of Charles Fort, Dover, c1974)