On a recent episode of his podcast, the Dale Jr. Download, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was having some fun answering questions about whether he believes in Bigfoot and other paranormal conspiracy theories. At one point, Jr. said that while he had never seen a ghost, he did have one odd experience that he could not explain after a fiery crash at Sonoma in 2004.

Jr. said:

"When I wrecked in the Corvette in 2004 at Sonoma — it caught fire — somebody pulled me out of that car. And I thought that it was a corner worker because I felt somebody put their hands under my armpits and pull me out of the car. I didn’t get out. I don’t have any memory of myself climbing out of the car. And I remember sort of moving like in motion going to lean forward and try to climb out of the car, and then something grabbed me under the armpits, pulled me up over the door bars and then let go of me. And I fell to the ground, and there’s pictures of me laying on the ground next to the car. I know that when I got to the hospital, I was like, ‘Who pulled me out of the car? I gotta say thanks to this person,’ because it was a hand! It was physical hands grabbing me! I felt it. And there was nobody there."

Kinda spooky, right?

You can listen to Episode 229 of the Dale Jr. Download where this is discussed here. The discussion about Bigfoot and ghosts starts at the 1:01:36 mark. 

Source: USA Today