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Available individually or as a set, Macabre Mansion Presents includes "A Christmas Carol," "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and "The Fall of the House of Usher.
She won the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Mystery Story, and several awards for her dark fantasy writing and editing, including the Paris Book Festival's Best Anthology of the Year for Danse Macabre.
The Dance of Death, or Danse Macabre in French, is a late medieval allegory about the universality of death: no matter what your station in life, sooner or later Death is going to lead you to the grave.
The oddball teacher bizarrely ordered students to hold hands as they recited the macabre poem.
During World War II, the French Resistance used the tunnel system, while German soldiers established a bunker in the catacombs The Catacombs of Paris are well worth visiting, especially as they reveal a macabre, sacred, and silent underground world in stark contrast to the bustling, noisy, and lively action-filled streets of France's illustrious capital.
The year's #1 Defense week (22 min v 8 avg) was kicked off by the macabre coincidence that ABC's Martha Raddatz happened to have reported on the Combat Stress Control Center at Camp Liberty in Iraq just last week.
The Magic Macabre by horror illusionist Joe Daly is taking to the Olympia Theatre from now until November 15.
Yet, while a macabre topic of interest, some might visit Cathays cemetery.
LOCAL historian and author Anthony Hunt will be giving a gripping and macabre talk about murder cases at a Staffordshire library.
Written with scholarly rigor, Gospel of the Living Dead inspects how Romero uses Christian imagery from the Bible and Dante in the macabre examination of the dark sides of human nature--both living and unliving.
But it's Karloff, who is also the narrator, who steals the show with his macabre delivery.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2005: In a style reminiscent of Anne Rice, Meyer brings the macabre to a small Washington town in a novel combining mystery, romance, fantasy, and sensuality, Isabella Swan has moved to her father's house in tiny Forks, Washington, a twilight town where perpetual rain and mist stand in stark contrast to her mother's home in Phoenix.