What Happened When Frank Died: The Train


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  1. From the bullet proof glass to the act of rebellion another enjoyable Frank episode. I can imagine the ending was inspired by a reluctance to leave Edinburgh, Flash. Hurry back 🙂


  2. excellent idea with the station, the commandments and splendidly written! Do the train numbers have to do with the sins committed? Number 9 for nine broken bids? No, that can not be, then train ten would not come so often. Oh, then different. The train number is the broken bid. Then the match with the ten, Frank can easily afford Charly still company, since he can ride with almost every train. And Charly has been waiting for years, because the train No. 6 rarely comes?

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      1. really? You are kidding? If there are so many trains number 10, there are a lot of murderer! And so Charly is not of the ones who has 10, even if he is an murderer. What role do the two women have? I didn´t get this!

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  3. Hmm, with the woman in a grease stained shirt, I can only guess that it is a woman who, just before death, received her last unction from a priest to be released from sin. Hmmm, but after she sits with Charly and Frank, I think that something was not going according to plan. God did not want her.


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