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According to superstition, deathwatch beetles are a sign of impending death. One variety of deathwatch beetle raps its head against surfaces, presumably as part of a mating ritual, while others emit ticking sounds.
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Alternatively, if the beating is really a product of the narrator's imagination, it is that uncontrolled imagination that leads to their own destruction. It is also possible that the narrator has paranoid schizophrenia. Paranoid schizophrenics very often experience auditory hallucinations. These auditory hallucinations are more often voices, but can also be sounds. The relationship between the old man and the narrator is ambiguous. Their names, occupations, and places of residence are not given, contrasting with the strict attention to detail in the plot.
In that case, the "vulture-eye" of the old man as a father figure may symbolize parental surveillance, or the paternal principles of right and wrong. The murder of the eye, then, is a removal of conscience. Richard Wilbur suggested that the tale is an allegorical representation of Poe's poem " To Science ", which depicts a struggle between imagination and science. In "The Tell-Tale Heart", the old man may thus represent the scientific and rational mind, while the narrator may stand for the imaginative.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Short story by Edgar Allan Poe. For other uses, see The Tell-Tale Heart disambiguation. Some of this section's listed sources may not be reliable. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Edgar A. Poe: Mournful and Never-ending Remembrance. New York: Harper Perennial, Southern Illinois University Press, September 30, Retrieved Poe, Death, and the Life of Writing.
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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource. Try not to picture it too hard…. Find out how wrong you can be! Marion Crawford. I read this when I was far too young to be reading it in the classic Great Tales of Terror and The Supernatural , which I nagged my mom to buy me when I was about five — everybody needs this book in their house, it should be mandatory and it messed me up good.
Oh, man, the madness in this story… it stays unsettling no matter how many times you read it. An obsession with the wallpaper — and a woman she thinks is creeping behind it — drives her to madness.
Chilling every damn time. A student moves into an apartment where the previous residents hung themselves from a bar in the window. In the first, a couple of smartypants ghostbusters insist on spending the night in the ruins of a haunted castle and end up facing far more horror than they bargained for. The plot is standard but the payoff is strong, effective, and grim. In the second, a man working in the desert sees "Carkers" -- legendary little creatures at the corner of his vision. And they like blood. Damn spooky. Creepy atmosphere. One starts visiting it.
Creepy payoff. Out By The Turbines - when their car breaks down on a Mississippi backroad, a couple of guys decide they'll get to civilization faster by following the powerlines through the fields. But then they spot signs of an active blood cult, and the sun is going down…. The Nonsense - a breakup with her frightened boyfriend leaves a girl alone with their unwanted, unseen roommate, who's very busy, very eccentric, and The Night Is Filled With Maniacs - a girl working in a late-night convenience store is already having a bad night because her co-worker never shows up.
Then a creepy guy named Gus shows up and insists on keeping her company, which makes everything so much worse. The Guy-In-The-Hallway Show - a guy who's bored during his high school classes notices a kid in the hallway making faces and doing silly mime acts through the classroom door. But it's not silly for long. All The Angels Are Sleeping Now - some people get stranded in a late-night parking lot with the woman in a nightgown who was trying to ride a kiddie horse outside the nearby Dollar General.
Kind of like Cujo with a crazy woman. This one's dark even for me, so, you're warned. Pray For Agatha, Burning In Hell - a movie buff learns that a college film club is showing a print of a legendary horror film that was believed lost. Of course he has to go. And he shouldn't.
Bodies Not Recovered - Kids planting trees to stop landslides dig up the roof of a house that was buried in a previous one. They break through and decide to explore the rotten buried house Another friend told me this is "not for lightweights" and wouldn't let his wife read it because he didn't want her getting nightmares, so I was kinda happy about that. Creak - a guy buys a wooden arm at an antique store. Not long after, he finds another at an estate sale Dream-logic weirdness.
Scribblebones - a guy visiting his childhood home realizes that the son of the couple living there now has the same creepy imaginary friend that he used to have I won't spoil it by saying which one, but you're welcome to guess.
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Some Kinda Hate - a man gets some highly disturbing revenge on the guy who raped his daughter. The Damp Basements of Heaven - while walking across campus, a guy sees someone staring up at him through the grate of a storm drain. He decides to do a little urban exploration of the tunnels and learns that there are some crazy things under his campus, and it's not a good idea to try finding out about them. Up The Stairs Where The Windows Are Painted Black - A man tries to rescue kids from a burning house and is told that there's a baby upstairs, but that it's a bad baby and he should probably let it burn.
He doesn't listen. Shrouded In Rain - whenever it rains, a girl sees an old boyfriend who went missing-and-presumed, standing out in it. I'm pretty sure this would be enough to get me excommunicated and I'm not even Catholic. Shik-Chuff - a guy wakes up in the middle of the night to find a crazy neighbor burying something in his yard. He's warned not to dig it up. People in horror stories never listen.
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Gone Shootin' - this isn't a horror story, it's a hopefully badass biker-chick crime story, but, it's there and a bunch of people die and I like some of the dialogue, so, why not? Front Toward Enemy. Community This content is not subject to review by Daily Kos staff prior to publication. Recommend Unrecommend Add to Blog. Edit Tags. Done Editing Tags.
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