from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By necromancy or the black art; by conjuring.
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These abominations should never have been born -- born, synthesized, stitched together, alchemically confected, necromantically conjured, however they'd come into the world.
Callers at Heartholm grew disapprovingly accustomed to the sight of the grotesque face and figure peering through the shrubberies; they shrugged their shoulders impatiently, coming upon the recumbent child dreamily gazing at his own reflection in the lily-pond, looking necromantically out from the molten purple of a wind-blown beech, or standing at gaze in a clump of iris.
For a more lasting haunting, try David Hoffos's brilliant and, I'm convinced, necromantically enhanced labyrinth of spookified installations, Scenes from the House Dream, currently taking up the whole floor plan at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA).