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Its fiber-optic fabric gives it a spectral glow, a bioluminescence.
Because only a tiny fraction of the star's light probes the atmosphere, the spectral signal is minuscule, and hard to distinguish from irregularities in the starlight itself and from absorption by Earth's own atmosphere.
Past other graves in this spectral city, is where a Bonaventure superstar used to be.
Stories of spectral canines are found from Scandinavia to Germany to France, but especially in Great Britain.
In stark contrast to the scene above is René’s unadorned account of the late Mrs. Golden, the spectral presence in the novel.
Smy has created a gothic take on Selznick’s hybrid format, and as with many gothic novels, the ending of this spectral tale is rather gruesome and more than a bit confusing.
Over the years, stories have emerged of spectral sightings on the spot of Catherine Eddowe's gruesome murder, often occurring around the anniversary of her death.
Cleaning staffs have experienced cold spots and spectral visitors in certain parts of the hotel, and one guest, who'd been in town for a convention, ended up leaving town early after an unnerving run-in.
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