Local author's supernatural train takes readers on trip into deep, dark secretsGrowing up in a small town, the haunting sound of a late-night train whistle called to James Moran.
Little did he know then that the shrill blasts would continue calling to him over the next 25 years, long after he moved away from Cornwall and eventually settled in Ottawa.
Long having dreamed of becoming a writer, Moran was 17 when he began crafting his first novel, starring a supernatural version of those evening trains.
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