Tardis

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Tardis
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Tardis

Mrs Pitt was a passenger aboard the Orient Express. While dining aboard the train with her grandchild, Maisie Pitt, whom she insisted should call her mum, she saw the Foretold. Unaware that it could only be seen by her — its chosen victim — she mistook it for a man dressed up as a mummy and attempted to point it out to the others, panicking as it closed in. Maisie took it for illness and asked her if she needed one of her pills. Mrs Pitt was unable to find aid and was killed, with her death being diagnosed as a heart attack. (TV: Mummy on the Orient Express)

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  1. Mulkern, Patrick (19 October 2014). Doctor Who's June Hudson: 'I was nearly killed by the Mummy on the Orient-Express'. Radio Times. Retrieved on 28 October 2014.
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