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 Sleep Difficulties - The Long and Restless Night - An Introduction to Symptoms of Insomnia
Rod Serling, host of the highly praised fantasy and science fiction television series “The Twilight Zone” and author of many of its stories, suffered from persistent insomnia for many of his adult years.
Bob Serling says that his brother told him “The Twilight Zone” sprang from his frequent insomniac nights, when his active imagination—fed by his lifelong love of horror films, his war experiences, and the stories of such writers as Robert Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, and H. Lovecraft—contrived fantastical plots that somehow seemed plausible in the predawn.
A nightmare is a vivid dream that induces an emotional state of fear, terror, or general anxiety.
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 Terror Music - Favorite Songs - Lyrics From   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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 Moscow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As with many cities in the world, international terrorism is a threat in Moscow.
Other prominent acts of terror include the destruction of two apartment buildings in September 1999 (see Russian Apartment Bombings), an explosion in the pedestrian subway under the Pushkinskaya square in August 2000, and the capture of the theatre at Dubrovka in October 2002.
See also History of Moscow for historical population growth and List of districts and neighborhoods in Moscow
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Moscow   (7327 words)

  
 ebrINFO: contributors
He is completing a study of time and narrative in twentieth-century literature and science.
He is completing his Ph.D in English from the University of Cincinnati and a novel about terrorism and advertising titled Agency.
His contribution to ebr is a riPOSTe to the Encyclopedia Britannica pan of The Unknown and a contribution to the cybertext debate.
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