Secrets

Secrets may refer to:

  • Secrecy, the quality or condition of being secret or hidden

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Secrets & Mysteries - Releases
... Name Release Date Ep # Additional Information Secrets of the Unknown Volume 1 August 30, 4 ... Includes "Space," "Stonehenge," "Lake Monsters" and "Big Foot." Secrets of ...
Secrets - Music
... Secrets (post-hardcore band), an American five piece post-hardcore band from San Diego, California Secrets, an American fusion jazz band that preceded the Dave Matthews Band Secrets (H ...
Secrets Of Sinister House - Publication History
... After four issues as The Sinister House of Secret Love, which featured Gothic romance/horror stories written by Michael Fleisher, the title changed to Secrets of Sinister House, and the ... In the same vein as House of Mystery and House of Secrets (as well as its successor, Secrets of Haunted House), Secrets of Sinister House was "hosted" by Eve (the character debuted in issue #6) and included ... Secrets of Sinister House was canceled after publishing fourteen issues in two years ...
Secrets & Mysteries
... Secrets Mysteries was a television series which originally aired in syndication from 1988 to 1989 ... "Secrets of the Unknown invites you into the world of the bizarre, strange, and unusual ... It was released on home video in the late 1980s to the early 2000s under the title Secrets of the Unknown ...
Secrets Of Midland Heights
... Secrets of Midland Heights is a short-lived American nighttime soap opera which ran on CBS from December 6, 1980 to January 24, 1981 for eight episodes ... Secrets of Midland Heights was aimed at the teen audience, and featured romantic triangles and secrets among the teens and their parents who populated a fictional. 1980s-style Peyton Place, both dealing with hidden secrets and scandalous affairs in a small town ...

Famous quotes containing the word secrets:

    Power, I said. Power to walk into the gold vaults of the nations, into the secrets of kings, into the holy of holies. Power to make multitudes run squealing in terror at the touch of my little invisible finger. Even the moon’s frightened of me. Frightened to death. The whole world’s frightened to death.
    R.C. Sherriff (1896–1975)

    Motion or change, and identity or rest, are the first and second secrets of nature: Motion and Rest. The whole code of her laws may be written on the thumbnail, or the signet of a ring.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    You know there are no secrets in America. It’s quite different in England, where people think of a secret as a shared relation between two people.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)