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James Thurber's Fables for Our Time

James Thurber's Fables for Our Time

Fairytale Treasury (Clothbound Story Coll… - Books | WHSmith

Fairytale Treasury (Clothbound Story Coll… - Books | WHSmith

Why Fairy Tales Stick: The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre, by Jack Zipes

Why Fairy Tales Stick: The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre, by Jack Zipes

A modern day Gothic novel.  A great read.

A modern day Gothic novel. A great read.

The Blue Fairy Book | Folio Illustrated Book

The Blue Fairy Book | Folio Illustrated Book

Signet Classic Beauty And The Beast And Other French Fairy Tales by Jack Zipes http://www.amazon.ca/dp/0451526481/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ZkKzvb04SZQF0

Signet Classic Beauty And The Beast And Other French Fairy Tales by Jack Zipes http://www.amazon.ca/dp/0451526481/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ZkKzvb04SZQF0

Kick-Ass Creativity: An Energy Makeover for Artists, Explorers, and Creative Professionals

Kick-Ass Creativity: An Energy Makeover for Artists, Explorers, and Creative Professionals

The oldest vampire legends are from Mesopotamia. Excavated evidence in the form of pottery shards which were carved to tell the tales of vampires suggest existence of a cannibalistic, blood drinking vampire demon, Lilith or Lilitu. Persian, Babylonian, Hebrew & Jewish tales indicate she was the first wife of Adam who left him to become a demon leader. She subsisted on the blood of newborns and their mothers.  Sumerian vampire legends cite a reference to a similar vampire devil named Gallu.

The oldest vampire legends are from Mesopotamia. Excavated evidence in the form of pottery shards which were carved to tell the tales of vampires suggest existence of a cannibalistic, blood drinking vampire demon, Lilith or Lilitu. Persian, Babylonian, Hebrew & Jewish tales indicate she was the first wife of Adam who left him to become a demon leader. She subsisted on the blood of newborns and their mothers. Sumerian vampire legends cite a reference to a similar vampire devil named Gallu.

The Coming of the Fairies by Arthur Conan Doyle, 1922. While not strictly speaking about spirit photography, this 1922 book does relate to Doyle's acceptance of photographic spiritualism.   These photographs, called the Cottingley Fairies, produced by a 16 and a 10 year old girl, are so obviously made with cutout fairies that Doyle's lifelong acceptance of them as real defies belief.

The Coming of the Fairies by Arthur Conan Doyle, 1922. While not strictly speaking about spirit photography, this 1922 book does relate to Doyle's acceptance of photographic spiritualism. These photographs, called the Cottingley Fairies, produced by a 16 and a 10 year old girl, are so obviously made with cutout fairies that Doyle's lifelong acceptance of them as real defies belief.

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