when asked by ace or the young doc who is sold the pipe,where he comes from,Mr.Gaunt tells him the plains of blaine
Submitted by: Michael Sturtevant
When Alan Pangborn blasts Leland Gaunt with the joke flowers near the end he mentions "The White".
Submitted by: Mikey
When Alan uses the paper flower trick on Leland Gaunt the light from his hand is like that of the talisman and he thinks "The white! The coming of the white!"
Submitted by: Shannon
When Sheriff Alan Pangborn does the magic trick that creates the bouquet of paper flowers in Leland Gaunt's face. Instead of flowers he gets 'a blazing bouquet of light' and feels a jolt of power run up his arm. He thinks 'The white! The coming of the white!'
Submitted by: Clara
Sherriff Alan gets a little help at the end of this story from "the White" in defeating the evil store owner.
Submitted by: Deb Shivers
Nightmares And Dreamscapes
the 10 o'clock people is about the vampires from the tower books
Submitted by: Stew
Dees works for Inside View
Submitted by: Michael
Nightmares And Dreamscapes (Crouch End)
Its possible that the titular neighborhood 'Crouch End' is a Thinny, or simply a thin space between our world and 'Todash.' Granted, it has more of a Lovecraft feel about it, but the vague horrors described are also similar to the nameless horrors that inhabit the Todash Space
Submitted by: Daktal
This is a Number 19 connection...In the short story, Sometimes They Come Back, in the collection Night Shift, the car that the thugs drove in was a 1954 Ford sedan. Add the year 1954 up and it's #19
Submitted by: Matthew McConkey