Murder on the Moody Express




It was one of the marvels of 1937, the new streamlined train designed by Montgomery Moody, came to be known as "The Moody Express." The train's regular journey between Hamlet and Monroe constantly attracted a passenger list of the rich and famous who came for the healing waters of Lake Tonawanda. On this journey Moody, himself was a passenger on the noteworthy trek, occupying his plush Presidential Car at the rear of the train. But, last night after a stop in Hamlet, NC someone made a permanent alteration to the designer's career. They ran him off the rails! He was found dead in his cabin! Which one of the illustrious passengers did it? You decide!




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