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Despite being called by one critic Welty's "first major achievement," (7) there has been only one scholarly article published on the story, and none of the several monographs on Welty devotes more than a paragraph or two to "The Hitch-Hikers.
First hitch-hiker Robert Jeynes, who shared a car with Huntley and his then girlfriend Maxine Carr on August 6, described how Huntley told him he was the last person to see the girls alive.
The hitch-hiker flung himself out of the car and dashed into the nearest pub.
The court heard Campbell, from Hillhead, Glasgow, had been surprised by a hitch-hiker on the road.
Tony, who lives in Cefn Ilan with his partner Claire, 29, and their three-year-old son Aaron, is convinced his non-venemous hitch-hiker got on board when he took two teenage boys and a teenage girl from Penyrheol at around 8.
Mo face to face with the local legend of the Lady In White, a ghostly hitch-hiker who lures young men to their doom.
The charges relate to the death of 18-year-old hitch-hiker Christopher Biggar, whose body was found by the side of the M1 near Crick in December.
A YOUNG man who is driving a car to another state is terrorised by hitch-hiker Rutger Hauer, who turns out to be a serial killer.
This week, a student who gave a lift to a venomous hitch-hiker.
If the school boosters club or athletic department sponsor some kind of special winter-sport program, you should make every effort to get included in the project, but not as a hitch-hiker.
She continues on with her journey and picks up a young hitch-hiker - Killer played by James Caan, an attractive brain-damaged football player, and a threatening traffic cop played by Robert Duvall.