A veteran trucker has issued an unusual warning to his fellow drivers: keep your headsets firmly on while passing through the Louisiana swamps during winter fog. This advice comes after he experienced the swamp’s eerie call during a routine haul.
He recounts that a strange, musical calling seemed to emanate from the swamp as he drove through a particularly dense patch of fog. “It was like the swamp was singing,” he said. “The sound was so compelling, I almost felt drawn to steer off the road.”
Concerned for the safety of others, he cautions all truckers to stay focused and not be lured by the swamp’s mysterious sounds. “Keep your music or podcast on, and whatever you do, don’t take off your headset,” he advises. “It might just be your imagination playing tricks, but why take the chance?”
This tale has quickly spread across truck stops and CB radios, with many drivers sharing their foggy encounters. While the swamp’s call may blend myth and mist, the message is clear: in the Louisiana fog, it’s best to keep your ears – and wheels – on the road ahead.
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