Early in the morning Hayden and Anya was looking through the old investigation books around the time of the train crash. There was still holes in the story and Hayden was going nowhere. One of the library assistant came up in his wheelchair and came up to Hayden.

“I found this old newspaper clipping from a local newspaper. This is the picture of the person you are looking for I think. What do you say?” she asked.

Hayden and Anya took a look at the image and the pair looked at each other, “Well Abbey, That suit and top hat. That’s the ghost that nodded to us the other day. He might be pushing us in the right direction when he was there.”

“He can lead us to who is planning to derail the train. This is a sign,” Anya said.

“I’ll be careful. This guy must have died trying to do the same thing as you two are doing. I don’t you to be hurt. That clipping showed the final note he was working on and that his body was never found. A separate mystery to others but this must be linked to what happened to the train,” Abbey explained.

“If he’s down there, maybe he has written more. We must to go down there tonight. I think he will strike tonight. I just feel it. Maybe he knows something is up with the all the movement of the ghosts and he might have seen us. Thanks Abbey, it’s time we catch ourselves a monster or whatever it is,” Hayden spoke.

The two of them rushed out with the notes in hand as Abbey turned around in her wheelchair, “Remember be careful. I hope that girl listens more than Hayden does.”


The pair came down to the train station again at night where Anya tagged along by Hayden’s side.

“How do you know its tonight?”

“When you have been doing this for this long you just go by your gut feeling. If it doesn’t happen we can go look for the man’s body you know that,” Hayden replied.

Anya turned around to see the other platform and pointed out someone, “You mean like this feeling?” Anya asked.

The mystery investigator man ghost nodded and smiled to the two and pointed to the track as the sound of a train was coming towards them.

“Here’s our chance. We’ll take this train,” Hayden said.

The train slowly came to stop and the ghost disappeared on the other while Hayden and Anya came by the sliding doors. The pair stood up while the other passengers sat down with not a worry in the world\.

“When we’ll in the tunnel that’s when the action begins,” Hayden reminded Anya.

“What do we do when the action begins?” she asked.

“I haven’t thought that far ahead.”

“But that’s in two minutes time,” Anya replied.

“We’ll see how it strikes and work it out. Nothing to worry about,” Hayden smiled.

Anya turned around thinking to herself, “I can’t quite now Anya. I can’t quit now.”

“Besides we have most things planned…” the train shook before Hayden could finish his sentence and the two fell to the ground. The lights on the train switched off and a shadowy figure came out across the train.

“What is it?” Anya shouted.

“I have no idea but it’s to run!” Hayden cried. The pair run through the train carriages as the it shook and sparks of electricity appeared. Hayden held out a small bag he was carrying and pulled out two large torches.

“When you see the shadow, flash the light on it. I don’t think it likes the light. We have to make our way to the drivers and see what’s going on. Together they flashed their torches along the train and Hayden pushed the front doors open. The driver was lying on the controls.

“Is he ok?” asked Anya worried.

“He’s just knocked out by the blow. I’ll sit him up and put on the breaks,” Hayden said helping him up and putting on the brakes. The train slowly came to a stop.

The [passengers were looking inside the driver room and Hayden waved down his hands, “Everything’s fine. Just going to check outside. I’ve sound an alarm for someone to help us,” he explained.

“We’re going outside?” Anya asked.

“Well yeah we are.”

“We have nothing to protect ourselves with.”

“We have torches.”

“Torches, to save ourselves with? Is this why the other assistants left you?”

“Well one wasn’t happy but all sorts of rushed reasons that I make on the spot. Let’s go outside,” Hayden answered.

The shadow kept on moving around the tunnel where Hayden grabbed Anya’s hand ran off into a side lane and into the darkness leading into muddy and cold brick walls. They turned around the corner and Hayden stopped in his tracks.

“There he is,” sighed Hayden looking quiet and filled with sadness.

Anya walked up the investigator’s body as he was hold a notepad and his hat had fallen off. She plucked it from the dead hand read it out.

“I wandered from the tracks and followed the monster into his lair. There was strange smells coming from ahead and I could see a green reflection and as his shadow changed. I have to be quick or it might catch me. I know that I’ll be fine. That’s the whole message.”

“This could be us and I know what he’s speaking about. It’s a Reptilian, it can change shape and form. This is bad, very bad,” Hayden replied giving Anya a terrorized look.