Ghost World

Ghost World is the story of Enid and Rebecca, teenage friends facing the unwelcome prospect of adulthood, and the uncertain future of their complicated relationship.

Author: Daniel Clowes

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 0224060880

Category: Comic books, strips, etc

Page: 80

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It tells the story of Enid and Rebecca, two above-it-all best friends confronted with the prospect of adulthood and the uncertain future of their friendship.

Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World

Thirty beguiling stories of sprites, wraiths, and specters appear here, as they were told to a Smithsonian Institution ethnographer in rural 19th-century Ireland.

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Category: Fairies

Page: 198

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Thirty beguiling stories of sprites, wraiths, and specters appear here, as they were told to a Smithsonian Institution ethnographer in rural 19th-century Ireland. Stories include "Tom Connors and the Dead Girl," "Maurice Griffin and the Fairy Doctor," "The Ghost of Sneem," "Tom Moore and the Seal Woman," "The Blood-Drawing Ghost," and many more


Ghost World

On a park bench in Central Park, you can meet anyone.

Author: James McLure

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

ISBN: 9780822214335

Category: Drama

Page: 33

View: 454

On a park bench in Central Park, you can meet anyone. Here two strangers meet and strike up a familiar conversation, familiar, at least to Penderton. Finally he recognizes his new bench mate, Jackie Jack, the Sturgeon King -- a character in an unfinished play Penderton had penned years ago. Jackie Jack pleads his case for a second act, a completed life, as he offers examples of too many other characters in unfinished or discarded plays, who are wandering around waiting for their second acts.

The Ghost World

Bloody Màrs, to let you ignore everything about the ghost world.' 'I know what a
ghost train is, argued Lite. 'Last summer my aunts offered me a ride in one,
hoping it'd give me a heart attack. But I loved it: it had a funny fake labyrinth,
plastic ...

Author: H. Jacot-Guillarmod

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1326197274

Category: Fiction

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Do you believe in astromagic? It’s an art that governs stars and planets and, therefore, enables you to time travel. One morning Lite Yeer fries bacon when out of her watch streams a ghost, and so begins an adventure to the past with the knight Roger and the evil elf Moyo who wants to destroy the entire Universe. Classic narrative devices have been used to deliver a complex detective story intricately woven with black magic.

Ghost World

Other Works by Sewell Peaslee Wright: John Hanson series: The Forgotten
Planet The Terrible Tentacles of L-472 The Dark Side ofAntri The Ghost World
The God in a Box The Terror from the Depths Vampires of Space Priestess of
Flame ...

Author: Sewell Peaslee Wright

Publisher: eStar Books

ISBN: 1612100619

Category: Fiction

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Commander John Hanson records another of his thrilling interplanetary adventures with the Special Patrol Service.

Irish Tales of the Fairies and the Ghost World

On the third evening the mason was absent , but his place was filled by a young
farmer of the neighbourhood , named Garvey , who knew two ghost stories . The
host was anxious that I should hear them , hence he brought in the farmer .

Author: Jeremiah Curtin

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486411392

Category: Fiction

Page: 124

View: 955

Thirty beguiling stories of sprites and specters told to a Smithsonian ethnographer in 19th-century Ireland. "The Ghost of Sneem," "Tom Moore and the Seal Woman," "The Blood-Drawing Ghost," many more.

Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World

All the stories, it is true, are not of this kind. Some of them witness to a livelier humour, such as we meet in the tales told from East to West of woman's tricks and woman's wiles.

Author: Jeremiah Curtin

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781505784541

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Page: 210

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IF we were asked to designate by a single epithet most of the stories in this little volume, that epithet would be weird. Within the compass of an equal number of pages we hardly know a collection of folk-lore, at any rate of recent date, containing so many thoroughly uncanny stories. Mr. Curtin is an indefatigable and successful collector. Hitherto his publications have been of märchen and hero-tales allied to märchen in their Celtic magnificence and repudiation of the conventions of ordinary romance. The present volume deals with sagas which, told, as they usually are in Ireland, among a believing peasantry, must go near to making "each particular hair to stand an-end," must at least rouse the imagination of the hearers and surround them with terrible sights and sounds long strange to us who dwell in the garish daylight of a different world. All the stories, it is true, are not of this kind. Some of them witness to a livelier humour, such as we meet in the tales told from East to West of woman's tricks and woman's wiles. But they bear a small proportion to the rest, and even they are touched with the same uncanny tone. Scientifically the chief question raised by the stories, as pointed out by Mr. Alfred Nutt in his excellent preface, is that of the connection between the different classes of supernatural beings. The attributes of a ghost-that is to say, the spirit of a dead man-are indistinguishable from those of a fairy. Witches are not brought so prominently before us as ghosts and fairies; it is equally certain, however, from what we know elsewhere, that the attributes of witches and of fairies are often confounded, if, indeed, they be not the same. We have lately had before our eyes an example in the "Witch-burning" case at Clonmel. The unfortunate woman who was burnt to death was regarded as a fairy changeling, but she seems to have been spoken of indifferently as a witch. We must turn to savage beliefs for an explanation of this. There we find no distinction between the powers of disembodied human spirits and those of other mysterious beings; and the same powers are capable of being acquired by shamans, medicine-men, or whatever else they may be called. The fact seems to be that, although in process of time distinctions have been evolved between different classes of supernatural existences, the evolution has been imperfect, and much remains of their common character. The volume before us comprises, of course, many variants of tales already well known, while others appear to be quite new. All are told with freshness; and most of them illustrate with striking force Mr. Curtin's statement that the beliefs to which they relate " are among the main articles of faith for a good number of the old people" still living. Scattered up and down are interesting observations on the practices of the peasantry, those on funeral customs and the superstitions attaching to the clothes of the dead being specially worth study. We have our doubts whether Mr. Curtin possesses the qualifications for "a connected and systematic account of Gaelic mythic belief and legend" for which Mr. Nutt longs at his hands. But that he has many of the qualities of a successful investigator as well as of a first-rate collector his books amply prove, and the Tales of the Fairies is not the least among his books in this respect. -Folklore, Volume 6 [1895]


Investigating Ghosts and the Spirit World

any people don't think that ghosts exist. They believe that all unexplained events
have a scientific cause. Some people who are curious about supernatural
phenomena become paranormal investigators. The field of paranormal
investigation ...

Author: Susan Henneberg

Publisher: Britannica Educational Publishing

ISBN: 1622758706

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Whether or not you believe in them, the scientific investigation of ghosts is big business. Reality television shows that follow ghost hunters at work and the popularity of ghost tours in many U.S. cities prove that we are fascinated by the possibility that the dead may still be with us. This book examines evidence of the existence of ghosts and takes a critical look at what the scientific findings might actually mean. It also delves into the history of ghosts in cultures around the world and attempts to explain why the idea of being haunted by spirits of the dead continues to captivate us.

Ghosts and the Spirit World

In the 1890s, just as spirit photography looked as though it had lost all credibility,
support came froma most unexpected source. J. Traill Taylor, editor of the
BritishJournal of Photography, published a series of articles in which he andhis
staff ...

Author: Paul Roland

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

ISBN: 1782129944

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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Can ghostly arms really appear out of walls? How do you explain the sudden appearance of a shadowy figure in a doorway? Do guardian angels really exist? Throughout history, ghostly visitations have exerted a powerful grip on the public imagination, but the present-day accounts in Ghosts and the Spirit World show us that poltergeists and restless souls are still very much with us. • Packed with tales of out-of-body experiences, extraordinary sightings and other paranormal phenomena • Describes ghostly materializations in photos and on film and delves into the modern obsession with paranormal reality TV shows • Features real-life testimonials appearing in print for the first time • Fully illustrated

Ghost Town

I have been in the town, a disquieting experience, for New York has become a
place not so much of death as of the terror of death. Many houses are deserted
and from those which are not drift the fumes of preparations intended to protect
the ...

Author: Patrick McGrath

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408866218

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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A man is haunted by the memory of his mother with a rope round her neck. It is the American War of Independence, and having defied the British forces occupying New York she must pay for her revolutionary activities. But fifty years on her son harbours a festering guilt for his inadvertent part in her downfall. In thrusting nineteenth-century New York, a ruthless merchant's sensitive son is denied the love of his life through his father's prejudice against the immigrants flooding into the city - and madness and violence ensue. In the wake of 9/11, a Manhattan psychiatrist treats a favoured patient reeling from the destruction of the World Trade Center, but fails to detect the damage she herself has sustained. In this trio of stunning tales from a master storyteller, Patrick McGrath excavates the layers of New York's turbulent history.

Ghost Town

To help them see that there was magic and wonder in the world, that death wasn't
an ending but rather a transition. That we are all caterpillars on a journey to
becoming butterflies.” He let out a small, bitter laugh. “Sounds sickeningly naïve ...

Author: Jason Hawes

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451613822

Category: Fiction

Page: 305

View: 971

The TAPS investigation team attends a professional conference in a paranormally charged town, where they confront a murderous ghost and her human servant who are plotting to destroy the entire community.

Ghost World

Enid and Rebecca after they finish the high school.

Author: Karen Siess

Publisher: Independently Published

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Page: 116

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Enid and Rebecca after they finish the high school. Both have problems relating to people and they spend their time hanging around and bothering creeps. When they meet Seymour who is a social outsider who loves to collect old 78 records, Enid's life will change forever.

Engaging the Spirit World

ghost. fiLMs. Pattana Kitiarsa introduction The uncanny haunting by spirits of
socially marginalized figures, the excessive display of violation and violence, and
the rampaging of urban youth have emerged as notable features in Thai horror ...

Author: Kirsten W. Endres

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 0857453599

Category: Social Science

Page: 238

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In many parts of the contemporary world, spirit beliefs and practices have taken on a pivotal role in addressing the discontinuities and uncertainties of modern life. The myriad ways in which devotees engage the spirit world show the tremendous creative potential of these practices and their innate adaptability to changing times and circumstances. Through in-depth anthropological case studies from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam, the contributors to this book investigate the role and impact of different social, political, and economic dynamics in the reconfiguration of local spirit worlds in modern Southeast Asia. Their findings contribute to the re-enchantment debate by revealing that the "spirited modernities" that have emerged in the process not only embody a distinct feature of the contemporary moment, but also invite a critical rethinking of the concept of modernity itself.

The Key to Ghost World

Jaedon is back. This time he must help a young girl and her horse. But, Satan has set his sights on the young girl's soul. Jaedon must find a way to keep her safe. Luckily, he has friends - and a key to Ghost World.

Author: D. L. Stalter

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781530263929

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Page: 172

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Jaedon is back. This time he must help a young girl and her horse. But, Satan has set his sights on the young girl's soul. Jaedon must find a way to keep her safe. Luckily, he has friends - and a key to Ghost World. Will that be enough to save the girl?

Understanding the Spirit World

Zechariah 4:6 says, "Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the
word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my
spirit, saith the Lord of hosts." Everything God does is by His Spirit, the Holy
Ghost.

Author: R. W. White

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1615792503

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 128

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R.W. White is the founding Apostle of World Evangelism Outreach Church in DeFuniak Springs, Florida and holds an earned Doctorate of Divinity from River of Truth Bible College in Searcy Arkansas. Founded in 1984 in a small storefront building, World Evangelism Outreach Church reaches around the earth evangelizing, planting churches, encouraging Pastors and church leaders. From their television stations via satellite and the world-wide web they are covering the Globe with God's Word. RW and Elaine White travel as ambassadors to the nations encouraging and helping the saints. They have two daughters Tessie and Jenny Jo; two granddaughters Racheal and Josie, and one son-in-law Pastor Ben Barton. Who lives inside the believer? Is it Jesus, the Father, the Holy Ghost, or the Holy Spirit? Is He a person and if so how does a person live in each Christian all around the world at the same time. What happens when saints pray? How does God hear our prayers? How does He answer our prayers? What state of being are the departed saints in when they die? What will be the role of the church after this life is over? These and many other questions are discussed in this book and answered for your understanding from Zachariah chapter four.

Between the Earth and Spirit World

Ghost. of. a. Memory. I hear as the lids being lifted and a finger's placed on a key.
But that's just a ghost of a memory that is constantly haunting me. I hear the small
bench being pulled back I watch as he's taking his seat. I picture his face with a ...

Author: Jessica Buggy

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1304038386

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Blood the Currency of the Spirit World

—Proverbs 2:10 KJV Now the birth ofJesus Christ was like this: When as His
mother Mary was engaged to Joseph, before they came together, she was found
with child of the Holy Ghost. Then Joseph her husband, being a just man, and not
 ...

Author: Jacqueline Trought

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449769098

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 132

View: 342

Most of us are skeptical of the spirit world and its uncertainties. It is usually defined as dark and scary and left to those who choose to dabble in its forbidden schemes. Blood, The Currency Of The Spirit World, takes the reader on a journey through the spirit world without the taboos. Take your life from the mundane gridlock of that which is seen by the physical eye into the reality and truth of the spirit world. Live your life with absolutes, and the knowledge and wisdom that flows from the throne of the Almighty God. Come face to face with that which controls you and with divine wisdom and authority, command it to begin serving you. Enjoy this book on Blood with an imaginative twist that commands the exciting edge of reading.

Ghost Town Stories of Alberta

with a distraction from problems in the outside world , Coal Valley had animals
that seemed to play that role too . If Coal Valley had had a newspaper , it ' s a
safe bet that animals would have been a regular front - page feature . The
Kukuchkas ...

Author: Johnnie Bachusky

Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co

ISBN: 9781894974721

Category: History

Page: 128

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Today, many of the historic coal-mining communities of the Rocky Mountains are uninhabited ghost towns. Yet behind the crumbled ruins are tales of perseverance, danger and romance. A devastating mine explosion on Halloween shatters the lives of mining families in Nordegg. The miners of Mountain Park build a hockey rink still celebrated in local lore. A young immigrant couple in Mercoal establishes a successful business only to have their love story sadly cut short. These 11 dramatic and poignant ghost-town tales are sure to fascinate all who love pioneer history.