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Posted on Tuesday, November 10th, 2009 under Life | No comments

The Wraith

I think I mentioned this in an older comment somewhere, but it was such a great feeling and connection of neuroses when I was able to find an old sci-fi movie I vaguely remember watching as a kid ... based solely on a few scattered impressions and terms searched for via Google. I was reminded of it today, as I was sorting through some old image clippings that needed to be processed and uploaded.

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