There’s something comforting about the look and sound of trains. Comforting unless it’s …
“The Locomotive Ghost” which originally aired on “The Mysterious Traveler” on July 6, 1947.
Watching carefully and you’ll see a figure in a white t-shirt and shorts appear suddenly along a fence line. But when the videographer tracks back … it’s gone.
After the jump, we offer a screen capture of the ghostly figure.
A brilliant, but little known, animated version of Dicken’s classic tale “A Christmas Carol”. It features a great voice cast with Alastair Sim as “Scrooge”, Michael Redgrave as the narrator, and featuring Michael Hordern, Joan Sims and Diana Quick. And the animation is truly impressive with lends the story the true feeling of a Nineteenth Century ghost story. And it does it all in only 25 minutes! Truly a must watch.
A little over two weeks after leaving his show “Dark Matter” on SiriusXM satellite radio, Art Bell has confirmed (on bellgab.com) that the company plans on enforcing the non compete clause in his contract. If not challenged and overturned this will prevent Art Bell from appearing on radio for two years.