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Industrial Revolution came and people began to get bored of their idyllic, stepford lives, they began to crave chaos and terrifying oblivion, and the literary masterminds of that age were more than willing to provide.

mes of horror spilled over and spread with their leathery dark wings into every form and facet of literary writings. The first sighting of Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm's tales happened in 1832, but they weren't the sanitized and watered down, age appropriate version that we know today. Their tales were some of the most gruesome, violent and gorily terrorizing of all time and (in their original, unexpurgated brilliance) still are. A little bit down the road (in 1865 and 1872) we encounter Lewis Caroll's literary genius within the manic worlds of "Alice In Wonderland" and "Through The Looking Glass. " Although, admittedly, these aren't tales of horror, they surely inspired more than Air Jordan All Black 13

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Thomas Prest (in his novel "A String of Pearls: A Romance") brought us Sweeney Todd, the demon barber. "Varney the Vampire" was brought forward by James Malcolm Rymer, which later also lead to Bran Stoker's "Dracula", and George Reynold contributed to horror literature with "Wagner the Werewolf. "As the times of society swung back to individual themes again and those of man's own struggle with evil and darkness, Robert Louis Stevenson presented to the world (with impeccable timing, in 1886) "The Strange Case Air Jordan Retro 1 Blue Orange of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

" However, at this time, the world was darker than anything literature could still concoct, since Jack the Ripper would his bloody mark on London only two years later. This gave birth to an insurmountable tide of ideas, inspirations and influences. Lovecraft and Ray Bradbury. What came next was a litany of excellent stories that we are very familiar with: Richard Matheson's "I Am Legend," Shirley Jackson's "The Haunting of Hill House," Ira Levin's "Rosemary's Baby," Robert Bloch's "Psycho," Thomas Air Jordan 6 Grey Pink

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