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Nuclear

January 28, 2016 Nuclear The past couple of weeks have been nuclear in nature. I thought it fitting since I was writing about the natural nuclear explosion over Tunguska and watching the TV show Manhattan about the first Atomic Bomb. … Continue reading

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Maplecroft

December 4, 2014 Maplecroft Maplecroft is the name of Cherie Priest’s latest book. The title refers to the home of Lizzie Borden after she was acquitted for murder. The book came out a few months ago but the library never … Continue reading

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Horror Vs Gothic

Horror Vs Gothic As a child I stayed away from horror movies. My mother preferred to stay away from them as well, so it wasn’t difficult to do. However, now and again friends would expose me to a random horror … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead

March 6, 2014 Walking Dead “You fight it. You don’t give up. And one day, you just change,” Carol says in The Walking Dead. I got the AMC TV show on DVD this week. I heard about the show since … Continue reading

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His Fearful Symmetry: Red John and Blake

is Fearful Symmetry: Red John and William Blake “Tyger, Tyger burning bright, In the forest of the night, What immortal hand or eye, could fame thy fearful symmetry,” wrote William Blake.  When he wrote the poem he used simple language … Continue reading

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