Book: Mr Glass And The Ghost Train - Sceary Bo by Gary Strangewaycategories: Book, Horror, Mystery, Frightening, Creepy, Monsters, Ghost Story, Chilling, Nightmare, Demons, Horrible, Short Story, Juvenile Fiction
Gary Strangewayabout this book: Mr Glass and his nephews Timmy and Glen love an adventure, but when their car breaks down in a foggy country lane and they are directed to the mysterious little town of Sceary-Bo, their adventure turns into a nightmare!
Walking through the fog bound-streets of Sceary-Bo they stumble upon The Mystic Tearoom. The tearoom is completely empty apart from a roaring fire, after several minutes an old lady appears and serves them tea; she listens to their tale of misfortune then directs them to a telephone box.
Mr Glass and the twin's hurry through the now heavy fog-bound streets of Sceary-Bo to the phone box, but are surprised to find their coins do not fit the slots. Unable to make a call for assistance they return to the tearoom only to find it locked up and in darkness, with the fire now completely extinguished.
The sound of a train whistle sends them all running towards the train station where they find the ticket office in total darkness as the train thunders into the station. The stationmaster suddenly appears and leads them back to the ticket office, which is now brightly lit with a coffee pot burbling away in the corner.
Onboard the train they see only empty seats 'Tickets please,' comes a voice from behind them, their nightmare journey is about to begin.
As the train races through the fog, all the lights go out and the twins disappear, searching in the darkness for his nephews Mr Glass is attacked and chased through the carriages by a hideous creature.
His terrifying experience and that of his nephews comes to a most unexpected and mysterious conclusion. 'Tickets Please!' Sceary-Bo!
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