I had the oddest feeling of apprehension as I entered the ghost train.
Horror was a subject I had to tackle for the next TV show. Yet, horror was not new to me.
The horror of surprises thrown by unexpected human conduct, the horror of being fleeced by the noblest medical profession in times of need and the horror of corruption had kind of desensitised me to man-made creativity in ghost trains.
I was ready for the shocks and reflex actions. I was ready to make friends with the virtual world.
And then, the unthinkable happened. Faces I’d tried to escape were staring at me from behind the masks.
Ghosts never let go, until you release them.