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The lobby of The President could easily accept a military review stand, with Lenin's tomb fitting handily in the corner. Ch. 33, p. 271

The lobby of The President could easily accept a military review stand, with Lenin's tomb fitting handily in the corner. Ch. 33, p. 271

Bolshoy Kamennii Most, Big Stone Bridge, is big indeed. Chapter 35

Bolshoy Kamennii Most, Big Stone Bridge, is big indeed.

An umarked police car goes roaring past, a very new Mercedes, with a flashing blue light off to the side of the windshield. Chapter 34, p.. 279

An umarked police car goes roaring past, a very new Mercedes, with a flashing blue light off to the side of the windshield. Chapter p.

Falling Man. "Cayce and the German designer will watch the towers burn, and eventually fall, and though she will know she must have seen people jumping, falling, there will be no memory of it" (ch. 15, p. 137)

"The Falling Man" is a photograph taken by Associated Press photographer Richard Drew of a man falling from the North Tower of the World Trade Center at a. during the September 11 attacks in New York City.

Looking up now into the manically animated forest of signs, she sees the Coca-Cola logo pulsing on a huge screen, high up on a building, followed by the slogan "NO REASON!" (chapter 14, p.125)

Looking up now into the manically animated forest of signs, she sees the Coca-Cola logo pulsing on a huge screen, high up on a building, followed by the slogan "NO REASON!" (chapter 14, p.125)

World Trade Center + E.Buk Antiques

World Trade Center + E.

What is an EVP? | My Paranormal

EVP stands for electronic voice phemomena. These are voices that are picked up on tape recorders that can not be heard at the time they were spoken human ear

L'arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat (1895). "[T]hat Lumière moment, the steam locomotive about to emerge from the screen, sending the audience fleeing, out into the Parisian night" (chapter 3; Berkeley ed, p. 23).

L'arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat "[T]hat Lumière moment, the steam locomotive about to emerge from the screen, sending the audience fleeing, out into the Parisian night" (chapter Berkeley ed, p.