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William M. O'Brien Jr.

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My mini novel, "Eramenia," as a dark fantasy should be "out of space, out of time." And, indeed it is. It takes place thousands of years in the future. The present time is only a span of centuries known to the people of this time as "the ancient time." Some of the learning of this time has been retained, but most of it has been forgotten.
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William M. "The Visitation" as horrifying as it is, is based on absolute fact. Many, many people have confessed to visitations from the dead by way of dreams. Some people have said they have been approached by individuals "out of the dream." It's easy to say that these things are nothing more than dreams, good or bad, but far, far too much" funny business has occurred concerning this facet of parapsychology.


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