A ghost ride is a popular ghost ride in the South.
It involves riding a ghostly ghost horse through an abandoned train station, through the ghostly streets of Mississippi, and into a ghost town.
And that’s what I was going to do, ride the ghost train.
The train is on a stretch of track that has been in the rails of a defunct rail line for years.
In 2017, it was abandoned by the railroad company and the railroad’s owner, Mississippi State University.
When I was there, I rode on the train for about 30 minutes, a little over a mile.
It was fun, it had a lot of charm, and the ghost riders had a great time.
But it wasn’t as long as I expected.
The ghost riders rode in a straight line, which meant I had to slow down a little bit when I got to the train stop.
After that, I was fine, and when I stopped at the end of the line, the train was still in the train yard.
So I got a little closer, and I was on the track again, and they let me ride the train.
I’m not sure why.
The Ghost Riders ride the Ghost Train from Mississippi to Jackson, Mississippi, during the 2017 Ghost Train Ride.
[Photo by Andrew Gombert/The Washington Post via Getty Images] I had seen a lot on the Ghost Riders site of ghost riders riding around the abandoned train yard in Jackson, but the train itself was a mystery to me.
I didn’t know if there were ghosts in there.
I wanted to find out.
I looked around, and there weren’t any ghost riders.
I was thinking that maybe they were just some sort of prank.
It had just been so long since the train had been abandoned, and people were taking a break from doing ghost rides.
I went over to check it out, and it was just a really, really old train.
It’s about 25 years old, and on it was a little plaque that said “The Ghost Train.”
And then it had just two ghosts on it.
So when I said to them, “Hey, do you know where you’re going?” they said, “No.”
And I said, why not?
So I told them, and then they started laughing.
I thought, this is really interesting.
I had never seen anything like this.
So then I said [to the ghost rider], “You know, I just want to tell you this, I love this train.”
And they were like, “Yeah, but I don’t have the money for a ride on it.”
I said “You want to come on the ghost ride?”
And they said yes, and we rode the train together.
I really liked it.
It didn’t take long for me to get hooked on the ride, because there were just a lot more people on the tracks and I felt like I was being welcomed back to my old life.
And when we got to Jackson and the train, the ghosters started laughing again.
I told one of the ghost-ride riders, “I’m not going to ride this train anymore.”
He said, [Laughs] “I’ll do it for you.”
I was like, that’s cool.
He said okay.
And then they said goodbye.
So we walked back to the car, and my buddy said, look, you can come with me.
And we walked out on the street.
So after a few minutes, I went to the other train.
That was just like, no.
I felt that it was too dangerous, and so I told my buddy to go ahead and take the train instead.
And I got on that train and we just rode the ghost trains together.
And so I was happy to have gone on the other ghost train, because I was able to go home.
But the train that I had ridden was just completely abandoned.
And they just had nothing in it.
I asked them to call the police.
I called the police because the police were like [Laughs].
And I didn, you know, see them at all.
So they called the sheriff’s office, and he told them.
And there were no officers, and no one was there to see me.
So he called the FBI, and all the agents there were like “Oh, I’m sorry.
We just have no idea what to do.”
They said, well, maybe you should come up with a story to tell the police about the ghost rides that you did.
And after a little while, they got back to me and they said I had a story that was worth telling.
They said that they’d like to speak to the ghost, and after that, they took me to a hospital and said, this was a really bad experience for you, because you were not able to see any of the people that you had ridden with, but you were able to hear them talk.
And the police said, yeah, we would like