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Who Has Seen the Wind?

In classical mythology, most natural phenomena were either personified themselves or seen as the tools of a deity, if not both. The winds were no exception, and in Greco-Roman mythology, there were four of them. I’m no meteorologist, but can’t … Continue reading

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Witch-ay Woman

While the Wicked Witch of the West is a somewhat significant character in the Oz books, it’s really the MGM movie that thrust her into super-stardom. It’s Margaret Hamilton in green makeup and black clothes who makes lists of the … Continue reading

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Monsters’ Ball

I figured an appropriate Ozzy topic for this time of year would be the ferocious monsters that live there. I’ve already covered a few of them, including the Kalidahs, the Hip-po-gy-raf, and Quiberon. Here are some of the others that … Continue reading

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