We received the following in August 2013:
I was driving on a residential street on sunny morning in Aurora (Friday August 9th 2013) when looking in my rear view mirror there was a late model black Chevy SUV uncomfortably close. I was pissed to say the least and it takes a lot for me to feel so.
At the four way intersection I turned right. I looked in my rear view and it was still there just as close as before. I looked away for not even a second, looked back and if was gone. No driveways, side streets or u turns. Very odd.
A similar incident occurred to my lady while driving southbound on the 404 late at night. Both of us our sane, questioning individuals. These things do happen!
In further correspondence the witness writes in reply to our questions:
Both of us were alone. I was on Kennedy Rd W. approaching I believe George St. I turned on George St. and the SUV was right up on me. The time was about 8:30 am. Oddly enough, the next day I went back around the same time to see if I could replicate the experience. I was unable to going westbound on Kennedy but when was heading back east a black Jeep renegade with blacked out windows was right on my behind and kept trying to pass between my car and the curb.
Oddly he turned right at temperance at while I continued east heading towards Yonge. I turned south on Yonge and went back around to look for the car. I found it idling near at Yonge and the next street south not moving despite no traffic in any direction. What was odd was he was tailgating and appearing to be in a hurry yet was stationary. All his windows were tinted black including the windshield. I watched for as long as I could but he never moved. Very unusual.
As for my lady it was a Sunday morning around 2:30 a.m. (exact date unknown reported as 2012) She was southbound on the 404 around Bloomington side road. She was alone on the road, no other cars around. Out of nowhere a crown Vic type car with what appeared to be a taxi light came up out of nowhere and sat on her tail. She was spooked, no pun intended. She looked away and back at her rear view mirror. It moved to her right into her blind spot. She looked over and it was gone. It didn't pull over or off the highway.
Hope this helps.