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The Northern Lights have inspired some of the most dramatic tales in Norse mythology. The Vikings celebrated the lights, believing they were earthly manifestations of their gods. Other Norse people feared them, telling stories of the dangers they posed and developing superstitions to protect themselves. These Norse myths and legends come from the Nordic countries in Northern Europe and the North Atlantic.
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Dr. Thredson takes Lana to his home, saying they will see the police in the morning. She tries to phone her friend Lois, but Dr. Thredson stops her. Sharing a glass of wine with her, he anticipates she will win a Pulitzer for telling his story. She doesn't initially realize what that means. As she sits in the lounge room, Lana notices peculiar markings on the lampshade that resemble nipples from human skin. She also focuses on the coffee table bowl, which now looks suspiciously like a portion of a skull. Dr. Thredson's home is subtly decorated with human body parts. Realize that she is in danger, she asks to use the bathroom. Trying the doors in the hallway, only one is unlocked: his "furniture making" workshop, where he processes human skin and bones. This confirms her fear. After catching her, he trips an unseen trapdoor in the floor, dropping her into the dark.
Twain's ghost story begins like many other ghost stories: His narrator is alone in a dark room and he hears and sees odd phenomena that he begins to suspect are supernatural. While he does actually encounter a ghost, Twain uses this particular ghost to mock superstition and expose greed. 041b061a72