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Beware of creepy old towns. They might just decide to sacrifice you for their corn. This is a story first written in 1984 by Stephen King which is oddly similar to the story he wrote together with his son (Joe Hill) called “In the tall grass“. The idea that folk sacrifice travelers to keep their crop strong is not uncommon and this story is a little bit better and a little bit creepier than the ones I have heard before.
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Great poetry from Robert Louis Stevenson.
In after years, whenever Stevenson spoke of his childhood, the sick-room, the wakeful nights, even the pain he suffered, served merely as a background to ” Cummy’s” rare devotion. He was grateful to her all his life. He wrote letters to her, he sent her copies of all his books as they came out, he had her to stay with him in Bourne- mouth, and even proposed sending for her to pay a visit to Samoa. “Cummie was full of life and merriment. *She sang and danced to her boy and read to him most dramatically. She herself tells how, the last time she ever saw him, he said to her before a room full of people: ‘It’s you that gave me a passion for the drama, Cummie.’ ‘Me, Master Lou,’ I said. ‘I never put foot inside a play-house in all my life!’ ‘Ay, woman,’ said he, ‘but it was the grand dramatic way ye had of reciting the hymns!’ “
CHAPTER 15: “HOOK OR ME THIS TIME”
Odd things happen to all of us on our way through life without our noticing for a time that they have happened. Thus, to take an instance, we suddenly discover that we have been deaf in one ear for we don’t know how long, but, say, half an hour.