Written, Directed, & Produced by Stephen W. Young       Director of Photography   Rob Currie     Music by David L. Bruce 

Promo photography: Langen Studios, Waterloo
Train: Waterloo Central Railway

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Dickson & Bruce History meets Mystery
​Ep4 "The Real McCoy Train Disaster!"

Featuring regional, provincial, and some national Black history, this episode brings to light both the successes and the hardships of the Black community.

​Of course, it's History meets Mystery and the storyline heads full steam down the tracks in a way that captivates both history and mystery lovers alike!

Stephen W. Young

EPISODE FOUR                                   Filmed in 4K Ultra High Definition
The Real McCoy Train Disaster
Written, directed, and produced by Stephen W. Young   WGA East I335586
Director of Photography, Rob Currie, CtoC Productions

When an 1891 train accident is blamed on his uncle’s “Real McCoy” invention, Josiah McCoy, a renowned Black lawyer in Berlin, takes the mystery to the ever-intuitive Detective Dickson. Meanwhile on a train returning from out west, Isabel (Izzy) Bruce helps “big city” detective, Nigel Aloysius Stout, investigate the very same train disaster. Working from different ends of the track, they all face sabotage and subterfuge as they rush full steam ahead before it ruins a Black inventor’s future.

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Stephen W. Young

Producer, Director, Screenwriter, Playwright, Actor


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