Creepy Stations

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Bearport Publishing, Jan 1, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Most people stop at stations for a brief time when they travel by train or subway. As passengers come and go, the stations are filled with happy greetings and sad good-byes. But are the stations also filled with something more out of the ordinary? According to some, spooky ghosts and mischievous spirits have been spotted lurking in the shadows. Among the 11 creepy stations in this book, children will discover a haunted underground station in London that was once used as an air-raid shelter during World War II, and a stop along the Pony Express where the sounds of horses' thundering hooves can still be heard. The haunting photographs and chilling nonfiction text will keep children turning the pages to discover more spooky stories.
 

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Contents

Creepy Stations
Lincolns Ghost Train
Crushed to Death
An Unsolved Murder
The Woman in White
Thundering Hooves
Heart and Soul
The Wreck of Engine No 9
A Push to Safety
Not John Campbell
Breezy Bill Is Back
Creepy Stations Around the World
Glossary
Bibliography
Index
Back Cover

Railway of Bones

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