I don't know if this is SS or just dangerously oblivious.
In one neighborhood that I drive through to get home, there are no sidewalks. Still, when I was learning rules of the road, one rule is that in such situations, pedestrians should walk on the side facing approaching traffic. So here it is, in that late afternoon/starting to darken time when I see the pedestrian dressed in dark colors walking on the side which is back-to-approaching traffic (i.e. me), bobbing about on the edge/into my lane. Unfortunately, there's several opposing cars, so I can't just go around, but she kept bobbling out into my driving space so I didn't feel like it was safe to just continue on, so I'm crawling at a walker's pace until the traffic cleared and I could go around. At which point I was also able to notice the strings of earphones.
So yes--by all means, as dark is approaching, wear dark clothes, walk on the wrong side of the road *and* cut off the means of noticing the world around you. No one else wants to travel on that road, too, right?