What is the summary of "The Signal-Man" by Charles Dickens?
This chilling ghost story revolves around an encounter between the narrator of this tale and a railway signalman. During their first meeting the signalman tells the narrator that he has seen some ghostly apparitions. Actually, the signalman at first believes that the narrator is another apparition, which explains his fear of the narrator. He explains that the narrator's greeting was very similar to a ghost that he has seen by the tunnel's mouth. So strange does the signalman act and appear that the narrator initially suspects that the signalman himself is a ghost.
The narrator returns to the dark and gloomy station...
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