“What’s the matter, Joan?”
“Mum, I have a pressing urge that I should get off the train and go to a hospital.”
“But, you can see the train is in motion.”

She had just finished saying the words when the train halted and the doors opened.
She got to a gas station where she met a man with blue eyes dressed in overall. He directed her to a hospital.

She narrated her encounter with the man to her mother and the doctor. He told them that the gas station has been abandoned and had not been in operation for years.

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    Emily O'Leary
    Emily O'Leary(@emily-oleary)
    1 year ago

    Oooh what a mysterious turn of events, Thompson! A message from beyond!

    Margarida Brei
    Margarida Brei(@margarida-brei)
    1 year ago

    Thompson, I like how you entwine everyday happenings with a spooky supernatural element.

    Sandra James
    Sandra James(@sandra-james)
    1 year ago

    Intriguing, Thompson, I’m going to be imagining all night what happens next! I’m hoping you give us a sequel. In life so many things happen by what could be coincidence but always leave us wondering…

    Lotchie Carmelo
    Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
    1 year ago

    It is creepy, Thompson. You made me wondering of who that man is? Is he a spirit? Or a supernatural element? Well done.

    Last edited 1 year ago by Lotchie Carmelo
    Lotchie Carmelo
    Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
    Reply to  Thompson Emate
    1 year ago

    You’re welcome, Thompson. Oh! Wow. An angel sent from above.

    Linda Rock
    Linda Rock(@linda-rock)
    1 year ago

    Oh, very spooky, Thompson! So many questions to be answered! Why did she need to go to the hospital? Who was this man at the gas station wearing an overall? Had he once worked there? How is he linked with Joan? You see, you really must write a sequel now!

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