Mystery

Mystery, mysteries, or mysterious may refer to:

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Mystery - Other
... The mysterious phenomena studied by Charles Fort Mystery (pickup artist) (born 1971), stage name of entertainer Erik Von Markovik Mystery (log canoe), a Chesapeake Bay log canoe Mystery (l ...
Mystery Hunters - DVD Releases
... In September 2007, the first-ever Mystery Hunters DVD was released in Canada, a three-episode collection timed for Halloween called Mystery Hunters Beastly Beings and ... Another DVD was released early December 2007, titled Mystery Hunters Alien Encounters, featuring three episodes from the series about the said topic ...
Mystery Train (film)
... Mystery Train is a 1989 independent anthology film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch and set in Memphis, Tennessee ... Mystery Train's US$2.8 million budget (financed by Japanese conglomerate JVC) was considerable compared to what the director had enjoyed before, and allowed him the freedom to rehearse many unscripted background ... Mystery Train was released theatrically by Orion Classics under a restricted rating in the United States, where it grossed over $1.5 million ...
Keigo Higashino - Biography
... Rampo Award, which is awarded annually to the unpublished finest mystery work, in 1985 for the novel Hōkago (After School) at age 27 ... In 1999, he won the Mystery Writers of Japan Award for the novel Naoko, which was translated into English by Kerim Yasar and published by Vertical Inc ... The novel also won the 6th Honkaku Mystery Grand Prize and was ranked as the number-one novel by Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! 2006 and 2006 Honkaku Mystery Best 10, annual ...
The Mystery Of The Fire Dragon
... The Mystery of the Fire Dragon is the thirty-eighth volume in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories series ...

Famous quotes containing the word mystery:

    The mystery of the evening-star brilliant in silence and distance between the downward-surging plunge of the sun and the vast, hollow seething of inpouring night. The magnificence of the watchful morning-star, that watches between the night and the day, the gleaming clue to the two opposites.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Like most vigorous-minded men, seeing that there was no stopping-place between dogma and negation, he preferred to accept dogma. Of all weaknesses he most disliked timed and half-hearted faith. He would rather have jumped at once to Strong’s pure denial, than yield an inch to the argument that a mystery was to be paltered with because it could not be explained.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    All my life I’ve been harassed by questions: Why is something this way and not another? How do you account for that? This rage to understand, to fill in the blanks, only makes life more banal. If we could only find the courage to leave our destiny to chance, to accept the fundamental mystery of our lives, then we might be closer to the sort of happiness that comes with innocence.
    Luis Buñuel (1900–1983)