How mysterious, how unknowable and infinitely beyond their control must have seemed the vast wilderness of the New World to the seventeenth-century Puritan settlers! The inscrutable silence of Nature—the tragic ambiguity of human nature with its predilection for what Christians call “original sin,” inherited from our first parents Adam and Eve. When Nature is so vast, man’s need for control—for “settling” the wilderness—becomes obsessive. And how powerful the temptation to project mankind’s divided self onto the very silence of Nature.
Whether or not you believe in the spirit world, ghost stories are a fun way to scare yourself (and/or the most gullible person in your midst). We want to know: what scary tale do you find the most frightening?
Providence #4 arrives this Wednesday from Avatar Press, and after the rather spine-tinglingly strange atmosphere of Issue #3, where Robert Black makes the first stop on his New England journey out of New York, the anticipation for more outbreaks of the weird is high. And this issue will certainly build on what has been a... Read more »
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