By Graham Joyce
The unconventional that introduced Graham Joyce's writing profession, defined as "Brilliant Sensual and Scaring". Dreamside explores the mysterious and scary topic "lucid" dreaming, the facility to regulate one's personal goals. this whole model incorporates a new Afterword through the writer. "Graham Joyce writes the type of novels we maintain hoping to discover, yet hardly do."-Jonathan Carroll
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The prosecutor asked. ) Goodman contributes two excellent pieces to the collection. The first, “A Surfeit of Spirits,” is his compilation of records and press clippings concerning an epidemic of ghost sightings in early nineteenth-century Hammersmith that terminated in a homicide. Francis Smith, in nocturnal pursuit of a reported spectre, shot to death the white-clad Thomas Milyard, who failed to respond when challenged. After he was convicted of murder, Smith’s death sentence was commuted to a year’s imprisonment.
On the whole, though, he was reckoned to be a harmless oddity; in his small community (numbering fewer than five hundred at the time), he seemed to have no enemies. 1. John Long, London, 1968. On the morning of that fatal Saint Valentine’s Day (a day of rituals and superstitions, which chanced in that year of 1945 to be also Ash Wednesday), Walton took advantage of the sunny weather to set off to cut hedges bordering a farm belonging to a Mr Albert Potter, on a slope of Meon Hill about a mile away, taking with him his walking-stick, his hay-fork and his bill-hook – or slash-hook.
After a little persuasion, one of their comrades consented to submit to the operation, and after the spell had been repeated, his head was struck off with one blow of a sword. Alas! he went to look for treasurers in another world, and was quickly followed by his two companions. Aptly at the end of the account of ‘The First Trunk Murder’ (of Celia Holloway by her husband John, a labourer on the Chain Pier at Brighton, in 1831) which appears in The Seaside Murders, a description of the hanging of Holloway, at Lewes, is followed by this description of a supposedly curative spin-off: Fifteen minutes or so after Holloway had been launched into eternity, a superstitious rustic from the village of Cowfold haggled with the hangman to have a wen, or cyst, on his forehead rubbed by the hanged man’s hands; having agreed a price, the hangman escorted the afflicted man on to the scaffold, undid the manacles and placed Holloway’s hands on the wen.