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A Ghostly Train in Saskatchewan
In the middle of Saskatchewan, there is a small town called St. Louis. This small town is not known for much, but one thing it is known for is the St. Louis Ghost Train.
According to legend, a strange light can be seen moving up and down along an abandoned rail line at night. It changes colors and it will even change in brightness. The rail line it “runs” on goes from Prince Alberta in the north to St. Louis in the south.
Some believe that it is simply a ghost train, but others think that it is the lantern of a brakeman who drank too much and lost his head on the train. He now wanders the tracks, up and down, looking for his head.
Even more amazing is the fact that the tracks have been removed, but the lights can still be seen, moving towards witnesses along the same path as the old rail tracks.
No one has ever reached close enough to the light to see whether it is a train or a headless brakeman, but few seem to want to, preferring to leave this mystery in the distance along the now phantom tracks.