The term Ghost Rider(s) may refer to:
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... The Ghost Rider is a shadow, particularly visible during summer evenings, that is cast on the central southern-facing cliff face of Mount Hosmer ... Neil Peart's autobiography, Ghost Rider, also owes its title to the shadow, seen by Peart on his cross-country motorcycle journey detailed in the memoir, although the ... The Ghost Rider shadow should not be confused with the popular show Ghost Writer or Ghost Rider the Marvel comicbook ...
... the criminal the Enforcer and assigned to kill Ghost Rider, but failed ... He salvaged the Enforcer's ring from San Diego harbor, and battled and was defeated by Ghost Rider ... The magician Moondark also recruits Water Wizard in Chicago to battle Ghost Rider, but Water Wizard is burned by Ghost Rider's mystical flames again he went into shock and was ...
Famous quotes containing the words rider and/or ghost:
“Came to Ajanta cave, the painted space of the breast,
the real world where everything is complete,
there are no shadows, the forms of incompleteness,
The great cloak blows in the light, rider and horse arrive,
the shoulders turn and every gift is made.”
—Muriel Rukeyser (19131980)
“The work is done, grown old he thought,
According to my boyish plan;
Let the fools rage, I swerved in nought,
Something to perfection brought;
But louder sang that ghost What then?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)