2012-10-28

Going Straight to Hell with Jack-O-Lantern (Including a Soundtrack of Hell)





"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!" 

See also: http://thelostdutchman.hubpages.com/hub/With-Jack-O-Lantern-to-the-Devils-Pit-The-Soundtrack-of-Hell 


The Jack-O-Lantern Monologue may be used in its entirety, in adaptation or in any other way for theatrical productions, only with permission from Patrick Bernauw (patrick.bernauw@skynet.be). Professionals and amateurs are hereby warned that this monologue is subject to a reasonable royalty fee. "The Jack-O-Lantern Monologue" is fully protected under the copyright laws of all countries covered by the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Work. All rights, including professional/amateur stage rights, motion, picture, recitation, lecturing, public reading and all other forms of mechanical or electronic reproduction, and the rights of translation into foreign languages, are strictly reserved.

2012-10-06

There Is No Death (Florence Marryat)


Short introduction to the work of Florence Marryat: http://thelostdutchman...

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.

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