A Closed Call Exactly five years before his death, Charles Dickens survived the accident Staplehurst railway station in Staplehurst, Kent, England. The accident, which occurred on June 9, 1865 and left 10 people dead and 40 wounded, made Dickens a public hero for his efforts to rescue and comfort his fellow travelers. Unfortunately, the experience shook him to the core. Thereafter, Dickens avoided traveling by train, choosing alternative modes of transport whenever he could. The accident also inspired him to create a ghost story about rail accidents titled Signal-Man. Dickens died of a stroke precisely five years later, on June 9, 1870; He was 58 years old. To celebrate your life and your writings, order personal checks from Charles Dickens and matching address labels. Let them be yours today!
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