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Samhain

Keevil, Tyler 2015. Samhain. Black Static 44 , pp. 46-59.

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Abstract

Driving back from the gym, he saw the boys. There were three of them: a kid wearing a black, long-nosed Scaramouche mask, another with a burlap sack on his head, and a smaller boy in a hoody, with the hood pulled up and cinched tight around his face, like kids tended to do these days – as a way of hiding their faces, their identities. The boys’ clothing rippled and flapped about them, creating a flowing effect, so that their figures seemed to shimmer, mirage-like, as they trudged along in the dusk. Until then Tod hadn’t realised just how windy it was. But it was the wind that caused the eerie effect – he was sure of that. He had further proof: the leaves scuttling along the sidewalks, the treetops leaning steeply sideways, the way his car windows would occasionally shudder, as if being pounded on from the outside.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: English, Communication and Philosophy
Publisher: TTA Press
Last Modified: 21 Nov 2017 11:43
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/106560

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