Blair Witch The Secret Confession Of Rustin Parr

Author: D.A. Stern
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743411536
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Reveals Rustin Parr's confession to a priest, Dominick Cazale, and explains the mystery surrounding the man executed in 1941 for killing seven children in Maryland.

The Blair Witch Project

Author: D. A. Stern
Publisher: Onyx Books
ISBN: 9780451199669
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A companion to the movie "The Blair Witch Project" includes an account of the case from a private investigator, police reports, newspaper articles, and profiles of the student filmmakers who ventured into the Black Hills of Maryland to investigate the leg

The Blair Witch Chronicles

Author: Jen Van Meter
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781929998043
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Follows the legend of the Blair Witch who lives in the forests of Burkittsville, Maryland, by expanding on the story of the murders at Coffin Rock and the mysterious story of Rustin Parr.

The Drowning Ghost

Author: Cade Merrill
Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780553493641
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When three people die during a school camping trip near a creek where Eileen Tracle drowned 175 years earlier, Cade Merrill becomes suspicious that these deaths can be linked to the Blair Witch.

The Death Card

Author: Cade Merrill
Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780553493665
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Sharon Webster, the only witness to the disappearence of Galvin Burns in 1974, is convinced that Burns was a victim of the Blair Witch, but Sharon's desperate attempt to keep this revelation a secret may result in the loss of another life.

Blood Nightmare

Author: Cade Merrill
Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780553493658
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When Frank Hunter takes a wrong turn, he ends up in a silent town that only exists in his dreams, but the town also exists in the dreams of a beautiful young woman who has Frank marked for death.

Blair Witch Graveyard Shift

Author: D.A. Stern
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743419006
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Midnight. August 4, 1995. The eerie lights of the deserted airfield play across the exhausted face of Detective Randy Crawford. For almost six months, he's been chasing a convicted serial killer, John Lee Fellowes, across the back roads of Maryland. Now Crawford, with the aid of Deputy Harris Green, has cornered Fellowes at last, in the sleepy little town of Burkittsville. But is it a human killer they must confront -- or an evil force from out of the past, given life in the shape of a man? Long before the rest of America had heard of the Blair Witch, two good men in the Black Hills of Burkittsville faced down a demon out of the past.

The Punisher

Author: D.A. Stern
Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN: 0307417336
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MAKE THE PUNISHMENT FIT THE CRIME. FBI agent Frank Castle’s final case ends with a literal bang, when a wannabe weapons smuggler is gunned down during a sting operation. But the dead man isn’t just any punk. He’s the son of Howard Saint, the powerful Florida tycoon whose hot-spot nightclub has made him famous, and whose multimillion-dollar money-laundering business has made him as rich—and as ruthless—as any of his gangster clients. Saint wants payback—with interest—for his boy’s death. And he gets it, by orchestrating a massacre that claims the lives of Frank Castle’s beloved wife and son—and almost kills Castle. But almost doesn’t count. Now Frank Castle—ex–FBI agent, ex–Special Forces commando, ex-husband and father—is canceling his retirement and starting a new career. One that begins with teaching Howard Saint the ultimate lesson: No evil deed goes unpunished. From the Paperback edition.

Genre Studies In Mass Media

Author: Art Silverblatt
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765628244
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The study of various types of programming is essential for critical analysis of the media and also offers revealing perspectives on society's cultural values, preoccupations, behavior, and myths. This handbook provides a systematic, in-depth approach to the study of media genres - including reality programs, game shows, situation comedies, soap operas, film noir, news programs, and more. The author addresses such questions as: Have there been shifts in the formula of particular genres over time? What do these shifts reveal about changes in culture? How and why do new genres - such as reality TV shows - appear? Are there differences in genres from one country to another? Combining theoretical approaches with concrete examples, the book reinforces one's understanding of the importance of genre to the creation, evolution, and consumption of media content. Each chapter in this reader-friendly book contains a detailed discussion of one of the theoretical approaches to genre studies, followed by Lines of Inquiry, which summarizes the major points of the discussion and suggests directions for analysis and further study. Each chapter also includes an example that illustrates how the particular theoretical approach can be applied in the analysis of genre. The author's careful linkage of different genres to the real world makes the book widely useful for those interested in genre study as well as media and culture, television studies, film studies, and media literacy.