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  • It was the peasants’ conviction that if one died without speaking his or her name in the final breath, then to seal away the corpse that had been wrenched loose of its identity by death would exile the spirit to some netherbetween place.

    Tours of the Black Clock

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  • The netherbetween had smiled and then turned ner head back to face the doors
    --Martin Todd, 2004, Dark Kin: The Jupiter Game‎, p. 26

    June 8, 2009

  • It was the peasants' conviction that if one died without speaking his or her name in the final breath, then to seal away the corpse that had been wrenched loose of its identity by death would exile the spirit to some netherbetween place.

    - Steve Erickson, Tours of the Black Clock

    June 8, 2009