Some articles on ghost, ghosts:
... Yuan gui (Chinese 冤鬼 pinyin yuān guǐ literally "ghost with grievance") are the spirits of persons who have died wrongful deaths ... The ideas of such ghosts had appeared in China as early as the Zhou Dynasty, and were recorded in the classic text Zuo Zhuan ... These ghosts can neither rest in peace nor go to the Underworld for reincarnation ...
... Steel Ghosts is a horror novel by the American writer John Michael Curlovich under the pen name Michael Paine ... But the ghosts of the industrial past don’t want to be disturbed ...
... The Ajax Ghost Exterminators are hired by telephone to drive out four ghosts from a haunted house that has long been abandoned ... Unbeknownst to them, they were hired by the ghosts themselves, who are bored because nobody has visited the house they had long been haunting (they had scared all the locals away, as one ghost puts it "Guess ... Mickey decides they should get to work anyway, and the three split up to hunt the ghosts individually ...
... weaponry with which to defend himself against the myriad of ghosts that attack some will collide or grab him and cause damage, while others will attempt to cut his rope ... horizontal shots and must be used to protect the Statue from swarms of ghosts ... Impacts from ghosts (or regeneration of the fireball) uses up precious slime, though it can be replenished from destroyed ghosts ...
... Schoolyard Ghosts is the name of the sixth studio album by British art rock band No-Man ... A promotional Schoolyard Ghosts microsite was created by the band's label, K-Scope ... No-Man fan site "A Confession" has also created a dedicated Schoolyard Ghosts microsite featuring the video for "Truenorth - Part Two" and album lyrics ...
Famous quotes containing the word ghosts:
“What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why,
I have forgotten, and what arms have lain
Under my head till morning; out the rain
Is full of ghosts tonight,”
—Edna St. Vincent Millay (18921950)
“Some ghosts are women,
neither abstract nor pale,
their breasts as limp as killed fish.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“What word have you, interpreters, of men
Who in the tomb of heaven walk by night,
The darkened ghosts of our old comedy?”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)