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A Bridge Too Far...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

Holmes and I stood on the platform gazing down at the tracks.

“Wonder how long we’ll have to wait,” said I rubbing my hands together. 798 more words

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Watching the Detective...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

“Have to say, old bean,” I muttered as I ushered Holmes into the kitchen. “I’m a bit confused.” 688 more words

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Trains of the Unexpected...


From the Diary of Doctor J. Watson

I burst into the waiting room expecting to find God knows what, but instead, there was the stationmaster sitting up at the table drinking a cup of tea. 733 more words

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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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