Haunted

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Most Haunted: Midsummer Murders
... Most Haunted Midsummer Murders is a spin-off series of the paranormal television series, Most Haunted ...
Secrets Of Haunted House - Publication History
... Like its predecessor Secrets of Sinister House, Secrets of Haunted House was originally "hosted" by Cain, Abel, Eve, and Destiny who had moved over from Weird Mystery Tales ... Debuting in April-May 1975, Secrets of Haunted House was a temporary victim of the "DC Implosion." With issue #14 (October-November 1978), it was cancelled, only to ... The series' letter column was titled "The Haunted Mailbox." ...
Spider Hill
... and touted by the organizers to be Central Illinois' number one haunted house attraction ... Three Sisters Park and featuring three main attractions The Massacre Mansion The Haunted Express haunted hayride and The Trail of Terror, which walks visitors through the ...
The Haunted (Canadian Band) - Reissues
... Bomp!, on their Voxx label released two albums of music by The Haunted in 1983, in their series 'Rough Diamonds' on garage bands having more than just a few songs available ... A 22-song CD called The Haunted was released by Voxx in 1995 ... The Voxx CD is (still) the easiest way to get most of The Haunted's catalog ...
Haunted - Video Games
... Haunted (video game), an upcoming game from Deck13 Interactive The Haunted Hells Reach, a 2011 third-person shooter available through Steam ...

Famous quotes containing the word haunted:

    The Helicon of too many poets is not a hill crowned with sunshine and visited by the Muses and the Graces, but an old, mouldering house, full of gloom and haunted by ghosts.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

    Above all, Vietnam was a war that asked everything of a few and nothing of most in America.
    Myra MacPherson, U.S. author. Long Time Passing: Vietnam and the Haunted Generation, epilogue (1984)

    Until you have a son of your own . . . you will never know the joy, the love beyond feeling that resonates in the heart of a father as he looks upon his son. You will never know the sense of honor that makes a man want to be more than he is and to pass something good and hopeful into the hands of his son. And you will never know the heartbreak of the fathers who are haunted by the personal demons that keep them from being the men they want their sons to be.
    Kent Nerburn (20th century)