“War turns us to stone — in remembrance we shine and rise to new days…”
Once i read that the modern rise of mass interest in the occult was due to the terrible losses sustained in the World Wars; everyone wanted to know about the afterlife, everyone mourned, everyone wanted a seance.
Has anyone read The Ghost Road? It’s sensational.
“Ghosts everywhere. Even the living were only ghosts in the making. You learned to ration your commitment to them. This moment in this tent already had the quality of remembered experience. Or perhaps he was simply getting old. But then, after all, in trench time he was old. A generation lasted six months, less than that on the Somme, barely twelve weeks.”