1050. A broom falling across the doorway, or chairs set crosswise, is the sign of a storm. Stratham, N.H. 1051. If a cloud and wind are coming, the wind will last. Trinity Bay, N.F. 1052. If a cloud looks as if it had ... Read more of Wind And Storm at Superstitions.caInformational Site Network Informational
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ARTHUR MACHEN




Dr Duthoit's Vision
I knew a fine specimen of an English abbe when I was at school at Hereford. This was Dr Duthoit, Prebendary of _Consumpta per Sabulum_ in Hereford Cathedral, Rector of St Owen's, bookworm and, chiefly, rose-gr...