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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural Setting & Symbolism

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Button, appears in We Organized

The slaves in the poem, We Organized, use a button belonging to their master to curse him and force him to allow them their freedom.

Windows, appears in Justice

Hoop's windows all become fogged and etched with images of the murder of Riley Holt, forcing him to give in and confess to the crime.

Oil Heater, appears in The Sight

Esau Mayes sees from his psychic gift that his family is going to be trapped in a house fire started by an oil heater; therefore, he replaces the nearly new heater in his house to prevent the tragedy. However, it turns out the fire will be in his mother's house, not his own.

Boo Mama, appears in Boo Mama

Boo Mama is a bear belonging to Nealy. Later Leddy comes to realize that Nealy also calls the Sasquatch woman Boo Mama.

Ebony Sculpture, appears in The Gingi

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