Stephen Colbert and his folks came up with the perfect twists on Stephen King’s Christine…Haunted Truck.
“Hi, I’m David Harbour. Let me guess, you bought an old truck. You thought you’d fix it up but now it just sits in the garage and sometimes it just starts flashing its lights and honking loudly on its own…That’s because it’s haunted by the spirit of its former owner.”
The haunted truck is a rusty 1950s Chevy that’s been taken over by the spirit of its legal owner,
Trucker Sam, who died sitting on a rock while taking a break from fishing.
Tuesday, at noon, is when they found Trucker Sam, off 27 by the lock and dam, sitting upright with a bucket of catfish and his rod, with the short end touching the water’s edge, sitting next to him.
The police took one look at him and decided he just died. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s folks,
however, say that Trucker Sam didn’t just die. He was killed by someone or something. In order to help Trucker Sam find his killer, you have to get Kroggett’s Publishing Haunted Truck Translation Dictionary (Honk To English Third Edition). “Three honks. That means avenge me. Four honks. That’s, I’m hungry, I want a calzone.”
Dead folks, like Trucker Sam, don’t want you to do too much chit-chatting because it could cut into the time you need to find his killer.
“Stop talking and help me find my killer,” said
“Ok, we got it!” said David Harbour
"My soul is trapped until I get vengeance," said
“Will you please just shut up?!”
asked David Harbour