Did you mayhaps mean hitchhiker?
- n. alternative spelling of hitchhiker.
“Young F was at a friend's birthday party this afternoon, and on our way back I spotted a rare sight - a hitch-hiker trying to get onto the E40 at the Steenokkerzeel junction.”
“They said she'd been pulled out of the seat by a crackhead posing as a hitch-hiker, and left in the middle of nowhere with no money or phone, having to walk for miles through windy country lanes before finding any help.”
“Befriended by Rose (the heartbroken British hitch-hiker) George sits in the back seat of the car with Elvis, while Tumi and Rose flirt in the front.”
“I always felt as a hitch-hiker years back that it was I who was taking the risk — drivers can after all be inept, exhausted or drunk, and if it was a couple of guys in the car, there was also the risk of being mugged or worse.”
“Knife In The Water (1962) - Weird dynamics arise when a married couple impulsively invite a young male hitch-hiker on a boating excursion.”
“Though some variations had the hitch-hiker just disappearing.”
“Driven off the road in the same place where the hitch-hiker died, distracted in the rain, or just plain gobbled by the evil presence...”
“She becomes increasingly frightened of him, and when she is stuck on a railroad crossing and nearly hit by a train, she becomes convinced that the hitch-hiker is trying to kill her.”
“At this point, Nan realizes the truth: The hitch-hiker is not a man who wants her to die, but rather the personification of death itself, just patiently and persistently waiting for her to realize that she has been dead all along.”
“However, not only is the journey fraught between themselves because of the intense heat of the summer and the cramped camper van they are in, but events around them turn very strange when they pick up a hitch-hiker who talks about the local slaughter house, shows them pictures of butchered cattle, then cuts himself and one of the friends before being thrown out.”
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