Tales from Haunted Bikewagon

Bikewagon Ghost

Some Bikewagon employees have experienced what they believe to be paranormal activity around the office. Read their stories:

We hired some temporary help when we were moving in to our current building. One morning, one of the temporary employees informed us that he refused to work here any longer. His reason? He had seen a ghost in the warehouse the night before.

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The office cleaning crew was in the building doing their thing after hours one evening. They heard a door slam from a part of the office where no one was working. When they went to check it out, no one was there.

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Within the last month or two, early in the morning, before anyone else was in the building, employees Eric and Alan were working in an office above our retail shop. They heard sniffling coming from someone downstairs. Alan went down the stairs to see who else had arrived. No one was there.

He went out into the warehouse to see if anyone was there. Not a soul.

When they recounted their story, another employee claimed to have heard the same noise on a different day.

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This next tale happened just this week. Employee Greg was in the warehouse receiving new products with employee Chris in the middle of the afternoon. As they were going about their business entering new inventory into the computer, they were startled to see -- out of the corners of their eyes -- a big box near them suddenly shift. No one else was nearby. They both saw it happen without any obvious physical manipulation.

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So the next time you receive a package from Bikewagon, beware! An unwanted guest may have tagged along. If you wake one morning and notice thar your bike has moved while you slumbered, you'll know the Bikewagon Ghost was riding it.


by Nathan Moulton

Nathan is the content manager at Bikewagon. He has written or edited product descriptions for thousands (probably tens of thousands!) of bike parts and accessories. Nathan joined the BWCC faculty in 2008.