I Hear The Train A’Comin’ … or not

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, ghost hunting can be a dangerous hoby.
“A man was hit by a train and killed while looking for a legendary ghost train that is said to haunt the Bostian Bridge, near Buffalo Shoals Road in Iredell County.
A group of about 12 amateur ghost hunters were on the train trestle at about 2:45 a.m. Friday, according to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office. They were there in hopes of seeing a ghost train that crashed on the Bostian Bridge on Aug. 27, 1891. Legend has it that the ghost train returns to haunt the tracks on the anniversary of the crash, which killed 30 people and injured many others.”
And remember this, looking for a train never actually necessitates standing on the tracks.
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2 Comments on “I Hear The Train A’Comin’ … or not”

  1. Now his friends can come back and look for the ghost of the Ghost Train Hunter. Idiots.

  2. Victor Says:

    Hunting the ghost of a ghost hunter. Adds another dimension to it.

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