Real ghost train- 104 passengers disappeared
Updated: Dec 1, 2020
By K.M.Barathkumar, III year B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.), SASTRA University
On 14th June 1911, the train ‘Zanetti’ with three cars left Rome carrying 106 passengers. The train disappeared after entering a tunnel at Lombard; out of 106 passengers only two were rescued. They jumped out of the train at the last moment. They were severely injured and suffered from a psychiatric disorder caused by strong stress but back to the normal stage afterwards. They held that while the train entered into the tunnel of Lombard their co-passengers started to behave rudely, they shouted and became panicked and the train was covered with milk-white mist gradually becoming more viscous. No one could find the train anywhere. The tunnel was examined several times. There were no trains, passengers and even traces of soot on the walls.
The reason for the train disappearing is still a puzzle. It was said that the train was stuck in the time loop. It was seen in many countries such as Russia, India, Germany, Italy and Romania.
In Italy, a scripture which was written by a saint nearly 400 years ago found a large dark tube-like shape which was made up of steel and many people were found in the train. The people were very strange and the dresses worn by them didn’t belong to that period. The saints were panicking and they ran out. Afterwards, the train disappeared.
In 1845, 104 Italians showed up in Mexico; they said that they were from Rome! The things and clothes didn’t correspond to that time. One of them has a tobacco box with the marked year 1907. The Mexicans thought they were mad and put into a psychiatric hospital.
In Russia, many people saw the same train go by non-existent rails and hit chickens.
On 29th October 1955 at Poltava railway station, Pune, the same train was found and it crossed over the railway station and one person at that station jumped into the train in front of several witnesses and he was also missed!
The reason for the disappearance of the train is still mysterious. During the Second World War the Tunnel of Lombard in Italy was destroyed as a result of aircraft attacks.