The vast white headless
phantom floats further and further from the ship, and every rod that it so floats, what seem square roods of sharks and cubic roods of fowls, augment the murderous din.
As Tara of Helium looked down into the enclosure surrounding the nearest tower, her brows contracted momentarily in frowning surprise, and then her eyes went wide in an expression of incredulity tinged with horror, for what she saw was a score or two of human bodies--naked and headless
. For a long moment she watched, breathless; unable to believe the evidence of her own eyes--that these grewsome things moved and had life!
It sank and arose again--a headless
, hideous, monstrous thing of menace.
The head couldn't see the body with either pair of its eyes, because the dog was in the way, so the headless
Scoodler stumbled around over the rocks and tripped on them more than once in its effort to regain its top.
And there's a headless
man stalks up and down the path and skeletons glower at you between the boughs.
Such is the general purport of this legendary superstition, which has furnished materials for many a wild story in that region of shadows; and the spectre is known at all the country firesides, by the name of the Headless
Horseman of Sleepy Hollow.
A hole had been excavated in the ground, partially uncovering a heavy chest, and across this chest lay the headless
body of Doctor Carl von Horn.
As Smythe took the handles and they turned the great corner of the street, Angus was amused to see a gigantesque poster of "Smythe's Silent Service," with a picture of a huge headless
iron doll, carrying a saucepan with the legend, "A Cook Who is Never Cross."
It stood upright upon the figure of a prostrate and headless
They found them mere headless
trunks; and the wounds with which they were covered showed how bravely they had fought.
I'm not afraid of the White Lady or the headless
man or the skeletons, but I wish I had never imagined that baby's ghost into existence.
A woman's arm touched the soul of a great sculptor two thousand years ago, so that he wrought an image of it for the Parthenon which moves us still as it clasps lovingly the timeworn marble of a headless