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  • The Thirteenth Floor is a 1999 science fiction film directed by Josef Rusnak and loosely based upon Simulacron-3 (1964), a novel by Daniel F. Galouye, and Welt am Draht (1973) (World on Wires), a German two-part television film by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.

  • The 13th Floor is the fourth full-length album by the Norwegian Gothic metal band Sirenia and first with Spanish vocalist Ailyn. It was released on January 23, 2009 through Nuclear Blast.





    haunted
  • showing emotional affliction or disquiet; "her expression became progressively more haunted"

  • inhabited by or as if by apparitions; "a haunted house"

  • (of a place) Frequented by a ghost

  • Having or showing signs of mental anguish or torment

  • having or showing excessive or compulsive concern with something; "became more and more haunted by the stupid riddle"; "was absolutely obsessed with the girl"; "got no help from his wife who was preoccupied with the children"; "he was taken up in worry for the old woman"











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Eye Mind: The Saga of Roky Erickson and The 13th Floor Elevators, The Pioneers of Psychedelic Sound


Eye Mind: The Saga of Roky Erickson and The 13th Floor Elevators, The Pioneers of Psychedelic Sound



“One of the most exhilarating and important rock ’n’ roll stories ever told.”—Julian Cope
The trailblazing 13th Floor Elevators released the first “psychedelic” rock album in America, transforming culture throughout the 1960s and beyond. The Elevators followed their own spiritual cosmic agenda, to change society by finding a new path to enlightenment. Their battles with repressive authorities in Texas and their escape to San Francisco’s embryonic counterculture are legendary.
When the Elevators returned to Texas, the band became subject to investigation by Austin police. Lead singer Roky Erickson was forced into a real-life enactment of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and was put away in a maximum-security unit for the criminally insane for years. Tommy Hall, their Svengali lyricist, lived in a cave. Guitarist Stacy Sutherland was imprisoned. The drummer was involuntarily subjected to electric shock treatments, and the bassist was drafted into the Vietnam War.
This fascinating biography breaks decades of silence of band members and addresses a huge cult following of Elevators fans in the United States and Europe. The group is revered as a formative influence on Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Patti Smith, Primal Scream, R.E.M, and Z.Z. Top.
Roky Erickson is the subject of a heralded recent documentary feature, You’re Gonna Miss Me; a box set of remastered Elevators CDs with liner notes by author Paul Drummond will be issued in fall 2007.

“One of the most exhilarating and important rock ’n’ roll stories ever told.”—Julian Cope
The trailblazing 13th Floor Elevators released the first “psychedelic” rock album in America, transforming culture throughout the 1960s and beyond. The Elevators followed their own spiritual cosmic agenda, to change society by finding a new path to enlightenment. Their battles with repressive authorities in Texas and their escape to San Francisco’s embryonic counterculture are legendary.
When the Elevators returned to Texas, the band became subject to investigation by Austin police. Lead singer Roky Erickson was forced into a real-life enactment of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and was put away in a maximum-security unit for the criminally insane for years. Tommy Hall, their Svengali lyricist, lived in a cave. Guitarist Stacy Sutherland was imprisoned. The drummer was involuntarily subjected to electric shock treatments, and the bassist was drafted into the Vietnam War.
This fascinating biography breaks decades of silence of band members and addresses a huge cult following of Elevators fans in the United States and Europe. The group is revered as a formative influence on Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Patti Smith, Primal Scream, R.E.M, and Z.Z. Top.
Roky Erickson is the subject of a heralded recent documentary feature, You’re Gonna Miss Me; a box set of remastered Elevators CDs with liner notes by author Paul Drummond will be issued in fall 2007.










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Haunting at the Lamb Inn Bristol




Haunting at the Lamb Inn Bristol





IN 1761 there were supernatural disturbances recorded at the now long since demolished Lamb Inn, Old Market, of such severity that they are still discussed to day.

They concerned the landlord Richard Giles and his wife, and their two children Molly, aged 13, and Dobby, aged eight. These girls were tormented night after night by something or someone biting them on their arms and necks and pricking them with pins.

Whatever it was also threw the furniture about! We know a great deal about this 'haunting', if that is what it was, because Henry Durbin, a Redcliffe Street druggist investigated the happenings and wrote about them in detail. He said that he had also seen wine glasses rising into the air on their own and then flinging themselves at the girls' nurse.

In addition Molly's cap flew four feet off her head and then landed on the floor. He had also heard something beating time, like a drummer, on the bedposts. And so it went on. Durbin was convinced that he was in the presence of evil but decided to communicate with 'it' by a system of knocks (For 'Yes', one knock, for 'No', two knocks, etc).

This seemed to work. Richard Giles, however, was convinced that the evil had been instigated by an old Mangotsfield witch who he heard had been paid ten guineas to put an end to his new business as a carrier by a rival.

He was sure that this was the reason that his wagons were continually getting stuck in the road without good reason! One time his journey from Old Market to Bath took 16 hours. Mr Durbin continued his investigations at The Lamb, calling in several eminent clergymen to witness events.

These men questioned the spirit in Greek, Hebrew and Latin, but still only managed to get answers via the 'knock' system of communication! But the manifestations continued. The children were often flung out of bed by the 'evil spirit' and it said that three strong men could not stop the girls from being pushed onto the floor, or carried up to the ceiling. Pins were also thrown about the room.

Several months later one of Giles's wagons broke down yet again, at a spot where an old witch woman was seen, and a harness gave way. Four days later the landlord mysteriously died, convinced that witchcraft was the cause. Mrs Giles, now a widow, also thought witchcraft was to blame and decided to call on the old 'white' witch of Bedminster.

This witch seemed to know all about their problems and told them of the remedy. Unfortunately, we will never know what this was, but all 'poltergeist' activity suddenly ceased, just as it did whenever the girls were separated!

This what we now call classic 'poltergeist' activity, especially involving young girls, but could it have been witchcraft after all. Or was it just a put-up job to bring down the price of the pub - later bought by Giles' mother-in-law for a bargain?

I don't think we'll ever know.











Morris-Jumel Mansion 13




Morris-Jumel Mansion 13





"Overlooking the Harlem River on 160th Street and Edgecombe Avenue is the remnant of a 160-acre estate that spanned the width of Manhattan from 155th to 168th Streets. The Morris-Jumel Mansion is the only surviving pre-Revolutionary War, free-standing mansion in Manhattan.

In 1756 Captain Roger Morris arrived in the colonies to fight the French and Indian Wars. He served with George Washington, who had become his friend, under the command of General Braddock in Virginia. During the course of the French and Indian War, Morris was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel.

Mary Philipse had come from an extremely wealthy and powerful Tory family that owned vast estates along the Hudson River in what is now Westchester County. Mary had been courted by many young men including Washington and Morris. Mary’s choice for a husband was Roger Morris.

In 1763 Colonel Morris retired from military life and bought a house in lower Manhattan on the corner of Whitehall and Stone Streets. He had become a member of the Executive Council of the Province of New York.

Morris engaged a contractor, John Edward Pryor, to build a summer house in northern Manhattan. The estate was originally 130 acres and was purchased from the Dyckman family. His wife’s dowry contributed to the cost of the estate. The mansion was completed in 1765 and was called Mount Morris.

The mansion has been reported to be haunted by various ghosts, of whom Madam Jumel’s ghost is the most prevalent and feisty of all. It has been said that Madam Jumel wanders through the house in a purple dress rapping on walls and windows. Other hauntings include the ghosts of Stephen Jumel, one of the housemaids who committed suicide as a result of a jilted lover, a Hessian soldier who, while going downstairs, tripped and fell on his bayonet. Because of the numerous ghost sightings, the mansion has been listed on the National Register of Historic Haunted Places.

One of the most interesting and widely publicized cases of Madame Jumel’s hauntings took place on January 4, 1964, when students from Public School (now Intermediate School) 164, located at Edgecombe Avenue and 164th Street, were playing in front of the mansion. These students were accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Betty Fitzgerald. The story that was given to Mrs. Emma Bingay Campbell, the curator of the mansion, by the students was that they were told by a woman on the balcony to “Shut up.” The problem was that the building was locked and empty at the time of the incident. Both Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Campbell questioned the students, and every story coincided. The Students recognized Madam Jumel as the woman they had seen from a painting of her on the second floor of the mansion."









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13th floor haunted




Haunted: A Novel






Haunted is a novel made up of twenty-three horrifying, hilarious, and stomach-churning stories. They’re told by people who have answered an ad for a writer’s retreat and unwittingly joined a “Survivor”-like scenario where the host withholds heat, power, and food. As the storytellers grow more desperate, their tales become more extreme, and they ruthlessly plot to make themselves the hero of the reality show that will surely be made from their plight. This is one of the most disturbing and outrageous books you’ll ever read, one that could only come from the mind of Chuck Palahniuk.










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