Professor Plum in the Library with a Wrench

I could not resist taking a look round Trepid Station and must humbly confess that at one point I about jumped out of my skin. I won’t tell you where and why so you, too, can enjoy that shiver of fear without risk that makes such expeditions a delight. I was not frightened by poor Yorick there on the shelf, it was the more active ghosts that bothered me. I was a very chic explorer in the Fitzgerald dress from Cachet a bold enough green to shake the cobwebs out of the attic.

This newspaper gives you a clue about the hauntings, but my intuition and the active ghost activity tells me there has been more than one missing traveler in this train station’s history.

Moviegoers always ask why women don’t take off their heels when they run. I think there might be several reasons involved – one quite practical one. With their shoes on, they can run without worrying about broken glass and nails and they are accustomed to moving in the shoes. A second reason might be that the shoes are just too yummy.

I love, love, love these 80’s Red Plaid Earrings from Dark Mouse – and really think they are the perfect earrings for this dress.
****STYLE NOTES******

  • Skin: Elizabeth Tuli Harlow
  • Eyes: IC-Eyes Soulful Hazel
  • Lashes: CyberNetic
  • Nails:bijoiu
  • Hair: Truth Di
  • Dress: Cachet Fitzgerald Green
  • Shoes Giusia Ginevra
  • Bangles: DeLa
  • Earrings: Dark Mouse Big 80’s Red Plaid Earrings

4 thoughts on “Professor Plum in the Library with a Wrench

  1. Chase

    I’m very happy you enjoyed the train station. I love that people are having fun there. Thanks for letting people know. 😀

  2. Cajsa Lilliehook Post author

    So I was watching tv this afternoon and saw a preview for an upcoming episode of some ghostbusters-type show that is all about a real-life haunted train station. Had to pick my jaw up off the floor and reattach it.

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