On December 1, 1949, a WWII veteran, named James E. Tetford, from Vermont, disappeared from a moving bus containing 14 other passengers. Tetford was on his way home to Bennington from a trip to St. Albans, Vermont. The bus driver and 14 witnesses testified that they had last seen him sleeping in his seat and that the bus did not make any stops, but when they reached their destination Mr. Tetford was gone. All of his belongings were still on the luggage rack and a bus timetable lay open on his empty seat.
Where this gets stranger:
Langer was the last person to disappear and the only one whose body was found. No direct connections have been identified that tie these cases together, other than the general geographic area and time period.