History Creator / ManlyWadeWellman

30th Apr '15 10:14:30 AM AFourWiggedDragon
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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill. Despite the [[{{Narm}} narmish] premise, it still manages to be strangely disturbing.

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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill. Despite the [[{{Narm}} narmish] narmish]] premise, it still manages to be strangely disturbing.
30th Apr '15 10:13:22 AM AFourWiggedDragon
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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill. Despite the [[Narm narmish] premise, it still manages to be strangely disturbing.

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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill. Despite the [[Narm [[{{Narm}} narmish] premise, it still manages to be strangely disturbing.
30th Apr '15 10:12:26 AM AFourWiggedDragon
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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill.

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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill. Despite the [[Narm narmish] premise, it still manages to be strangely disturbing.
30th Apr '15 10:07:00 AM AFourWiggedDragon
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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy: Or, rather Byron was a [[spoiler: a man cursed in childhood to serve dark powers for 150 years]].
30th Apr '15 9:58:33 AM AFourWiggedDragon
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* HairRaisingHare: The titular rabbits of the Judge Pursuivant story "The Dreadful Rabbits" which are unkillable phantom bunnies that have a habit of ripping apart anyone who tries to hunt them or [[MurderArsonAndJaywalking doesn't say hello to them]] and stuffing the remains into a hole in Hungry Hill.
8th Apr '15 5:05:29 PM AFourWiggedDragon
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* SaltSolution: John Thunstone [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu punches a demon god in the face with a fistfull of salt]], foiling its manifestation in our dimension (and possibly killing it).
29th Jan '15 5:29:20 PM MarkLungo
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Manly Wade Wellman (1903-1986) was a prolific American writer who worked in practically every genre, but best known for his dark fantasy stories about a traveling musician named John who frequently finds himself battling supernatural menaces in the deep backwoods of Appalachia. Wellman had already written other OccultDetective stories, demonstrating a talent for weirdness and a quirky sense of humour, but the "Silver John" stories (so-called for disambiguation, although their protagonist is always just plain John) are additionally enlivened by Wellman's enduring interest in the folklore and folk music of backwoods America.

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Manly Wade Wellman (1903-1986) was a prolific American writer who worked in practically every genre, but best known for his dark fantasy DarkFantasy stories about a traveling musician named John who frequently finds himself battling supernatural menaces in the deep backwoods of Appalachia. Wellman had already written other OccultDetective stories, demonstrating a talent for weirdness and a quirky sense of humour, but the "Silver John" stories (so-called for disambiguation, although their protagonist is always just plain John) are additionally enlivened by Wellman's enduring interest in the folklore and folk music of backwoods America.



* YouWillBeBeethoven: In ''Twice In Time'', a man named Leonard travels back in time to meet LeonardoDaVinci -- you can see where this is going.

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* YouWillBeBeethoven: In ''Twice In Time'', a man named Leonard travels back in time to meet LeonardoDaVinci Creator/LeonardoDaVinci -- you can see where this is going.
29th Jan '15 5:28:21 PM MarkLungo
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Wellman's short stories were adapted as episodes of ''TheTwilightZone'' ("The Valley Was Still"; the adaptation is retitled "Still Valley"), ''NightGallery'' ("The Devil Is Not Mocked") and ''Monsters'' ("Rouse Him Not"). Far less successfully, a movie was made based on some of the John stories, ''The Legend of Hillbilly John''.

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Wellman's short stories were adapted as episodes of ''TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ("The Valley Was Still"; the adaptation is retitled "Still Valley"), ''NightGallery'' ''Series/NightGallery'' ("The Devil Is Not Mocked") and ''Monsters'' ''Series/{{Monsters}}'' ("Rouse Him Not"). Far less successfully, a movie was made based on some of the John stories, ''The Legend of Hillbilly John''.
23rd Aug '13 10:53:10 PM Dalillama
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* FrazettaMan: The Neanderthals of ''Hok the Mighty''
28th May '13 7:59:41 PM Geoduck
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* SwordCane: Judge Pursuivant has a silver version of one of these, with the words "Sic pereant omnes inimici tui" (thus perish all your enemies) engraved on it. When he becomes too old to wield it, the Judge passes it on to his colleague John Thunstone.

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* SwordCane: Judge Pursuivant has a silver [[SilverHasMysticPowers silver]] version of one of these, with the words "Sic pereant omnes inimici tui" (thus perish all your enemies) engraved on it. When he becomes too old to wield it, the Judge passes it on to his colleague John Thunstone.
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