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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_ I _ air raid shelter Begunkodor Station Bethnal Green Tube bombs Bostian Bridge Breezy Bill Buffalo buried Campbell Chatelet—Les Halles coffin Covent Garden Tube Davenport's spirit died building Exchange Street Station ghost train ghostly woman Grand Central Station Green Tube station Grossich Halles stop haunted Hayden Hollenberg Pony Express Hollenberg Station horses Intentionally Left Blank killed Les Halles Lincoln's body Lincoln's funeral train Lincoln's Ghost London murder mysterious Native Americans Oak Ridge Cemetery Omer Davenport paranormal investigators Paris phantom train plummeting Pony Express Station Prince stabbed railroad crossing railroad patrolman railroad tracks Railway of Bones riders Salekhard San Antonio shelter during World Soviet Union spot Statesville station Station was built Thundering Hooves tracks at night train never train Wreck underground station Wabash Employees Hospital Wabash Station William Terriss woman in white woolly mammoth World War II Wreck of Engine York