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The sound traveled pleasantly over the water, but the forest at their backs seemed to swallow it down with a single gulp that permitted neither echo nor resonance. Algernon Blackwood The Wendigo
It used to puzzle him that, after dark, someone would look in round the edge of the bedroom door, and withdraw again too rapidly for him to see the face. Algernon Blackwood The Other Wing
He understood now why the world was strange, why horses galloped furiously, and why trains whistled as they raced through stations. All the comedy and terror of nightmare gripped his heart with pincers made of ice. Algernon Blackwood The Other Wing
And yet this house in the square, that seemed precisely similar to its fifty ugly neighbours, was as a matter of fact entirely different—horribly different. Algernon Blackwood The Empty House
In the dead vast and middle of the night. William Shakespeare Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
'Tis now the very witching time of night,
When churchyards yawn, and hell itself breathes out
Contagion to this world.
William Shakespeare Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
"I wear the chain I forged in life," replied the Ghost. "I made it link by link, and yard by yard; I girded it on of my own free will, and of my own free will I wore it. Is its pattern strange to you?" Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol
All things pass. Only remain cosmic force and matter, ever in flux, ever acting and reacting and realizing the eternal types—the priest, the soldier, and the king. Out of the mouths of babes comes the wisdom of all the ages. Some will fight, some will rule, some will pray; and all the rest will toil and suffer sore while on their bleeding carcasses is reared again, and yet again, without end, the amazing beauty and surpassing wonder of the civilized state. Jack London The Scarlet Plague
I recollected one story there was in the village, how that on a certain night in the year (it might be that very night for anything I knew), all the dead people came out of the ground and sat at the heads of their own graves till morning. Charles Dickens Barnaby Rudge
The absence of the soul is far more terrible in a living man than in a dead one. Charles Dickens Barnaby Rudge
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