"It Came from Beyond": The
Sacred and the Scary
Remember death; think much of death; think how it will be on a death bed.
—"COMMONPLACE BOOK OF JOSEPH GREEN," 1696 1
The unseen, unthought-of ways and means of persons going suddenly out of the world are unnameable and inconceivable.
—EDWARDS, WORKS, P. 453
Do not walk, run to your nearest public library ... and find out what your elders don't want you to know because that's what you need to know.
—STEPHEN KING ON CENSORSHIP 2
We fall from womb to tomb, from one blackness and toward another, remembering little of the one and knowing nothing of the other ... except through faith.
—STEPHEN KING, DANSE MACABRE, P. 380