The tale of a serious academic and his battle with the petulant halfwits who call themselves bosses.
Me not an expert, but it looks like someone been nippin at the Night Train a bit.
I want to see the funeral "possession." Does an exorcist preside of the service? Other than that, I love the sound of a train. When I was a baby, my grandfather (the other one, not the Jeep one) used to take me out to the screened porch late at night, and we'd sit and listen to the trains in the distance. I've always found it to be a comforting sound. I may have to find a way to record this and make it play repeatedly while I sleep.P.S. Don't worry too much about spreading that thinking blogger award around. It's not going to hurt my feelings if you don't do it.
This was meant to come up in the post below, but didn't - then it posted twice! A ghost in the machine, perhaps? I've killed the duplicate.It looks like one of those instances where people can scare themselves in the dark because of stories they've been told. I still wonder why none of these defined-time events have been photographed, or studied seriously either by paranormal investigators or by sceptics. I found no study of any of these events, nor did I find any debunkings of them. Strange.SW - I'll have to pass on this round for the awards. I had a very short list, and one of those on the list has already declined!
I think those time-defined events haven't been photographed or studied because they're BS. You know it, I know it. We all know there are people who enjoy being scared, and others who will believe anything you tell them. That's why tabloids exist, right? The latest in the cycle is something called "The Secret." That one should really get you in a tizzy.
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