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The Box...

From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

As we made our way along the tracks, I could make out the outlines of Arthur and Dickie in the darkness. 717 more words

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The Train Now Departing...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

As the train thundered off into the darkness, I glanced at my companions. “Well, if that was a ghost train, I’m a Dutchman.” 636 more words

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The Train Now Arriving...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

When the stationmaster had gone, a strange silence descended upon us. I glanced around the table at my companions – Mary, the young couple, Arthur and Dickie, and the man in the Mac. 753 more words

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A Ghostly Tale...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

The stationmaster paused and stared at his expectant audience.

“What a load of nonsense,” muttered Mary. “I’m going to see if there’s a kitchen.” And she scuttled off through the door at the other side of the waiting room. 581 more words

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The Warning...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

Ten minutes later, we pulled alongside the platform at Milf on. Arthur and Dickie immediately went into a routine inspired by the oddly-named station, until Mary pointed out there were letters missing from the sign and we were actually at… 819 more words

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An Unexpected Delay...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

I must admit I was feeling rather excited at the prospect of a holiday, albeit in the company of a couple of comedians, but my initial enthusiasm was short lived. 805 more words

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A Short Break from Adventure...


To Sherlock Holmes Esq from Doctor Watson

Holmes

Thank you again for supper last evening – it was a pleasant change for the two of us to spend a little ‘man’ time together after having been very much a threesome for the last few weeks. 484 more words

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