by Meg MacDonald
An orphan girl recounts her journey aboard the Orphan Train and an encounter with the mysterious stranger know as the Doctor...

Did you know that between 1854 and 1929, over 200,000 orphaned, homeless, and destitute children in the United States were placed out across the country, many to farming families in the mid-west? Some were adopted. Some were indentured. Some were separated from their brothers and sisters and never saw them again. Yes, that does sound harsh, but it was the beginning of the foster care system and while it wasn’t perfect, it was usually better than starving to death on the streets. Believe me, young man, starving to death is no picnic. But you know all about that, don’t you? Being hungry, being lonely, and abandoned. I thought as much. How can I tell? Your eyes, dear, I can see it in your eyes. You remind of someone I met a long time ago...
Well, it's been a long time coming and I'm pleased to say that Inferno Fiction is back!
Despite checking all pages for errors and the like, please, if you do come across anything that's not working correctly then let me know so I can sort it.

If you wish to contribute then please feel free to forward them to:
I look forward to reading them.

Please be kind to one another and stay safe.

April 2021


Welcome to inferno-fiction.co.uk
Inferno Fiction is an on-line Doctor Who Fiction Fanzine. First created in the 80's when fanzines in the printed form were the norm, the fanzine has now leapt onto the world wide web and is enjoyed by many across the world!
The stories featured are from the original pages of the printed fanzine and now include a collection of new material.
If you would like to contribute then please email them to: infernofiction@gmail.com

Inferno Fiction and Inferno Productions are copyright to ColinJohn Murphy-Rodgers 2009-2021

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