Night of Thursday 18th January in to Early hours of Friday 19th January 1923

The Orient Express pulled out of the station at exactly midnight. This is the first time that we have officially been on the OA. The carriages are being pulled by a magnificent blue and gold engine. There was a huge crowd there to see us off as there is a bit of a celebrity on board the train with us; the opera singer Cantarenn Cavollaro, fresh from another standing ovation performing Aida at the Paris Opera House.

As we pulled out of the stating my friends and I were sure we caught a fleeting glimpse of a shadowy figure with piercing eyes lurking at the back of the crows. My instincts warn me that it was Comte Fenalik and that we have not heard the last of him. 


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