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USAF SAYS 'CANNOT EXPLAIN' ARNOLD SIGHTING

S t e p h e n

KING

DREAMCATCHER

 

 

Hodder & Stoughton
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"Dying Man" © 1956 bv Atlantic Monthly Co. The Waking © 1953 by Theodore Roethke from Collected Poems of Theodore Roethke bv Theodore Roethke, used by permission of Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc.

 

"Scooby Doo Where Are You" by David Mook and Ben Raleigh © 1969 (renewed) Monk Bros. West & Ben Raleigh Music Co. All rights reserved o/b/o Mook Bros. West in the United States, administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. All rights o/b/o Ben Raleigh Music Co. in the United States administered bv Wise Brothers Music LLC. All rights for the world excluding the United States controlled bv Unichappell Music, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission. Warner Brothers Publications U.S. Inc., Miami. FL 33014

 

"Sympathy For The Devil" words and music by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, © 1968, renewed 1996. ABKCO Music Inc.

 

McElligots Pool by Dr. SEUSS™. Copyright by Dr. Seuss Enterprises L.P. 1947, renewed 1975, reprinted by permission of Random House, Inc.

 

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"Yes We Can" words and music bv Alan Toussant © 1970 Marsant Music, Inc.

 

The Man Who Wasn't There by Hughes Mearns © 1925, Doubleday & Co., used by permission of

Petra Cabot.

 

Copyright © 2001 by Stephen King

 

First published in Great Britain in 2001 by Hodder and Stoughton

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King, Stephen, 1947-

Dreamcatcher

1. Horror tales

I. Title

813.5'4 [F]

 

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This is for Susan Moldow and Nan Graham


First, the News

 

From the East Oregonian, June 25, 1947

 

FIRE CONTROL OFFICER SPOTS 'FLYING SAUCERS'

Kenneth Arnold Reports 9 Disc-Shaped Objects

'Shiny, Silvery, Moved Incredibly Fast'

 

From the Roswell Daily Record, July 8th, 1947

 

AIR FORCE CAPTURES 'FLYING SAUCER'

ON RANCH IN ROSWELL REGION

Intelligence Officers Recover Crashed Disc

 

From the Roswell Daily Record, July 9th, 1947

 

AIR FORCE DECLARES 'SAUCER'

WEATHER BALLOON

 

From the Chicago Daily Tribune, August 1st, 1947

 

USAF SAYS 'CANNOT EXPLAIN' ARNOLD SIGHTING


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