"You don't want to follow me. I may be Jack-O-Lantern, the ghostly light seen by lonesome travellers, at night, over a swamp or a marsh, dancing. I may draw you from the safe path, right into Hell!"
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Florence Marryat (1833-1899) was a British novelist, playwright, spiritualist, revue singer and actress in operettas. She wrote about 90 novels; her most notable work is "There Is No Death" (1891), a non-fiction book on spiritualism.
There is No Death
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