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  There's a ghost train passing through Derry every Tuesday at 4:28 am. It's an old steam locomotive with a couple of freight cars. You can't see it with the naked eye, you need to use a blacklight to see it. Doesn't make a sound either but you can feel a slight rumble in the ground as it passes.
If you happen to be standing on the track as it passes you will feel a slight pressure against you. But like I said you can see it a little bit with a blacklight.
    Bring one and turn it on a minute or so before 4:28 and just shine it on the track. At 4:28 you will feel the rumble and you will see a blurry mass passing
by on the track, that's the train. Not a clear image or anything just a blurry mass, like if you were looking at it through the bottom of a coke bottle.
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