Train B-7

 

Last night at the Davenport Central Train Station a middle age man (Thomas Morrison-37) jump onto the front of a speeding Amtrak passenger train. Four Davenport city police officers that were called by one of the bystanders were at the scene when it happened. A large group of civilians witnessed what the authorities are calling a suicide. Harriett Cladzick, who was traveling to visit with her grandkids, witnessed this bizarre act, she told reporters, “That crazy man kept screaming at himself like he was having an argument. I had a young gal call the police. That man was holding his head, hands going wild, taking steps back and forth and then, well oh dear ... he just ... oh my, he just leaped.” She wasn’t the only one who claimed that Morrison was mentally disturbed. Officer Nancy Duncan of the DPD reported that Thomas Morrison was yelling at himself and going back and forth in two different voices as he argued with his split personality. Police searched the mobile home of Thomas Morrison, and what they found is stomach twisting. A young teenage girl— (Continue pg-6)

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Trevor Abbud is a first-time author writing speculative fiction. Developing a taste for literature as a young child, Abbud took a serious interest in writing. His work has been published by Short-Story Me and has placed in the Sixfold Fiction Contest. Working as an at-home writer, Abbud is currently developing a novel and a collection of short stories.

 





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