Mamie Thurman was murdered on June 31, 1932. From wikipedia.com:
"According to Logan County folklore, many claim that Mamie Thurman's ghost wanders the hills, searching for the person who took her life. Others say that her spirit is still there, waiting for justice. Some claim to have seen her while passing by the Holden 22 Mountain mine road. Folklore even tells that certain coal truck drivers would pick up a woman wearing outdated clothing, only to see her vanish from the cab moments later. Another local legend purports that if you put your car in neutral on 22 Mountain, it will appear to roll backward up the hill. This is said to be the spirit of Mamie Thurman pulling you up the hill, but it is actually a very convincing optical illusion."
Floyd Wetzel says this not rumor or folklore. He claims he was walking the Holden 22 Mountain Road thinking of doing himself in when suddenly Mamie Thurman appeared. "She changed my life forever. She didn't lie to me or mislead me. She told me she was dead. She says being dead isn't as cool as it sounds."
Wetzel maintains that the two have had regular meetings for over a year now. "She wants me to live. She says we will have an eternity to walk Logan together after I die but she loves me so much she wants me to live. Her love has given me hope. She was married when she was alive so we can't get married but we will always be together in our hearts, even though her's isn't beating."
Wetzel claims he is writing a book on their love. The love story describes the relationship between a live human and a ghost and he hopes that fans of the Twilight series can appreciate the tale of forbidden love. Floyd says Mamie has even helped him write the love story. Wetzel also said that he is helping Thurman search for her murderer.