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Michael Dirda: Ghosts and ghouls to put a chill in your Christmas reading
Bhuts always appear stark naked (thus answering one of the principal objections that nineteenth- century Western skeptics had to their ghosts, which were always described as clothed), and they sometimes abduct women. Bhuts can appear almost ...
This one can tempt the devil itself
When one's going home from south India to Guwahati in Assam, requests can get quite hot. 'Get me some Bhut Jolokia' is common, as against 'get a me a silk sari.' So what is this Bhut Jolokia?
Believing in Ghosts
Dzamara: Church seeks meeting with President Mugabe
AS pressure mounts for the safe return of missing activist Itai Dzamara, a local church says they are planning to engage President Robert Mugabe so that he orders the State to commit itself to finding the disappeared former journalist.
A Connected Garden Can Reap More Of What You Sow
Once Gordon had figured out the secret sauce of nurturing thriving Bhuts, he put up a feed on Xively so anyone could attempt to emulate his success. It's the beginning of crowdsourced gardening—where gardeners can share their progress down to the data ...

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