A modern adaptation of Le Fanu's gothic classic, updating events to 1938 as Austria joins the Third Reich. Laura lives in a remote estate with her elderly father and a governess. Then she came. Carmilla. Mysterious. Beautiful. A friend, and more than a friend. But horror threatens their love--the horror of the world and that of Carmilla's own nature. (75 minutes, 4 men, 5 women, one set) Author's website: zahir13.webs.com Carmilla website: www.carmilla.org
In the summer of 2003, a workshop was held in Portsmouth, NH, to discuss land measurement techniques for the North American Carbon Program. Over 40 sci- tists representing government agencies, academia and nonprofit research organi- tions located in Canada, the US and Mexico participated. During the course of the workshop a number of topics were discussed, with an emphasis on the following: * The need for an intermediate tier of carbon measurements. This level of study would be more extensive than state-level inventories of the US Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis Program, but less detailed than intensive ecos- tem studies sites such as those in Long Term Ecological Research network. This tier would ideally provide a basis to link and scale remote sensing measurements and inventory data, and supply data required to parameterize existing models (see Wofsy and Harriss 2002, Denning et al. 2005). * The design criteria that such a network of sites should meet. The network and s- pling design should be standardized, but flexible enough to be applied across North America. The design also needs to be efficient enough to be implemented without the need for large field crews, yet robust enough to provide useful information. Finally, the spatial scale must permit easy linkage to remotely sensed data. * The key variables that should be measured at each site, and the frequency of measurement.
Romania, 1967. Bucharest teenager Clovis Dorian visits his grandmother in the remote countryside village of Rusalca, and all seems well ... for a while. But a serendipitous liaison with a beautiful movie star and a run-in with Communist Party apparatchiks lead Clovis to become entangled in the Romanian underworld--and to discover truths about his nation and himself that will change him forever.
Part political thriller, part coming-of-age story, The Scarf is an elegant phantasmagoria of love and hatred, beauty and horror, offering a unique perspective on the struggle against the brutality and injustice of Eastern European communism at its apex.
Born in Bucharest, Romania, E. J. Bancesco graduated from the Institute of Architecture in Bucharest in 1975. In 1983, he and his wife immigrated to the United States and they established their home in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2005, he accepted the position of Principal at an internationally renowned architectural firm, and since then, has been practicing his profession domestically and across East Asia. He and his family currently live in Chicago, Illinois.
Passionate about art, literature, and music, Bancesco is also a tireless writer. His first novel, Adrift (2016), was published by All Things That Matter Press. The Scarf is Bancesco's second novel.
We are all, to some extent, natural psychics; it is an innate ability. Natural Remote Reviewing offers a concise and practical introduction to expanding your awareness through a mental martial art of self-discovery. The goal of this slim guide is that given some free time, a pen and paper, a little effort, and intention you can have your own experience of verifiable psychic functioning. Nothing esoteric is required. A step by step remote viewing procedure guides you through the process - just sit down, relax, and let your mind tell you things not accessible through your regular senses. Amaze yourself and others! A clear and concise explanation of the history, terms, and methods used in the 20 year US government funded research and operational programme are outlined. Resources are offered for those interested in continuing with their research into this fascinating topic; ourselves.
Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog find excitement and adventure wherever they go in Enid Blyton's most popular series. In book five, the Famous Five go on a caravan holiday. When they stumble across a circus troupe, the gang are thrilled. But some of the circus people have more sinister plans than just clowning around...
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