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  • n. Plural form of ectoplasm.


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  • "Did I speak to you ectoplasms about this, or did I not?"

    Boing Boing

  • I had put off telling them about LaSalle wanting to discuss ghosts and ectoplasms before agreeing to produce their new record.


  • (An answer based in medicine rather than in oversexed ectoplasms will help.)

    Change we can believe in? On 'CSI,' not 'Grey's'

  • No, I am not a spook like those who haunted Edgar Allan Poe; nor am I one of your Hollywood-movie ectoplasms.

    Karen Ocamb: Barack Obama, Linda Douglass, and Little Ole LGBT Me

  • I don't mean that the images of spirits and ectoplasms and mediums lofting card tables into the air are believable (although they are, I suppose, if you wish them to be).

    Boing Boing: September 25, 2005 - October 1, 2005 Archives

  • This fascinating book assembles more than 250 photographic images from the Victorian era to the 1960s, each purporting to document an occult phenomenon: levitations, apparitions, transfigurations, ectoplasms, spectres, ghosts, and auras.

    Spine-tingling books from YUP

  • There's something here, too transparent and swift to get a hold on-Psi Section might speak of ectoplasms-but he knows that the time has never been better, and that the exact experimental subject is in his hands.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Perhaps that is why he is able to give you the feeling that they are all part of one another, strange groping ectoplasms that melt into each other, the sense of the mystery of life and its futility, which give him his unique quality.

    The Summing Up

  • That wish to have summonable ectoplasms from somewhere

    Paula's House of Toast

  • No neat, stylish ectoplasms materialize even when I promise to let them smoke in the car.

    Paula's House of Toast


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