How to Make a Train Disappear

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As dawn broke on January 14, 2002, around 2:47 a.m., a train made its way from Russell Kentucky to Shelbiana, Kentucky. Unfortunately, the first two cars were severely damaged as they struck an unknown object hovering over the tracks that night.

According to one of the workers, his watch froze at precisely 2:47 a.m., causing the locomotive to go haywire. It slowly died as the brakes kicked in, and the…

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I like to write stories. Check out my blog https://sillykhan.com/

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