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Re: Eerie, for sure, but not sf or supernatural horror
Posted by: Dale Nelson (IP Logged)
Date: 28 August, 2020 06:56PM
F. Ossendowski's account of the Black Monk of Sakhalin, in Man and Mystery in Asia, qualifies.

Re: Eerie, for sure, but not sf or supernatural horror
Posted by: Sawfish (IP Logged)
Date: 30 August, 2020 10:56PM
The Barrow Troll by David Drake.

[thesilverkey.blogspot.com]

This is really a pretty good story.

Has anyone else read it?

Sawfish
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"Life is a tragedy to those who feel, a comedy to those who think."

Re: Eerie, for sure, but not sf or supernatural horror
Posted by: Knygatin (IP Logged)
Date: 31 August, 2020 05:44PM
H. H. Ewers' The Sorcerer's Apprentice qualifies.

Re: Eerie, for sure, but not sf or supernatural horror
Posted by: Knygatin (IP Logged)
Date: 1 November, 2020 02:02AM
The unavoidable fate in Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species has been described as nightmarish. It is in my to-be-read pile. I have read Darwin's very interesting The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.



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