A Chicago train closed its doors, left the station, ran along its track, and rammed another train - all without being controlled. "[A] Blue Line train that was scheduled for repairs did a very mysterious thing: it moved without a conductor on board."
After quietly and slowly maneuvering its way around the curves of the Forest Park train yard after being parked there for a week, the rogue machine passed through the Forest Park station, headed eastbound on a westbound track and climbed a hill before ramming into another train at Harlem station and injuring 30 people. The media is calling it “the ghost train” and investigators are completely baffled.
That Vice article deems a computer hack the likeliest culprit.
If so, we have a nice combination of hauntings: a possessed train and creepy hackers.