Phantom may refer to:
- Ghost, in traditional belief, a physical manifestation of the soul or spirit of a deceased person
- Illusion, a distortion of the senses
Other articles related to "phantom":
... Gillig Phantom, a transit bus Phantom Killer, American serial killer Rolls-Royce Phantom (disambiguation), a line of luxury automobiles Salvador A ... (1919–2012), Filipino war hero nicknamed "Phantom" Phantom, a preserved British Rail Class 08 locomotive Phantom X1, ultralight aircraft Phantom (sailboat) ...
... That Dreaded Sundown, a film inspired by the Phantom killings. 2002, Dallas, Texas-based television station KDFW aired a lengthy report about the Phantom Killer ... Jan Buttram's play Phantom Killer, based on the Texarkana incidents, opened at the Abingdon Theatre in New York City in January 2010 ...
... Malastare is referred to several times in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones, however, it was never seen on screen ... Federation, as their loyalties to sending a commission to Naboo in The Phantom Menace show ... referred to by Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace as "very fast, and very dangerous" ...
... It was the first single to be issued from the album Phantom Power and reached number 13 on the UK Singles Chart on its release in July 2003 ... key, with the same guitar tuning and around the same time as several other songs from Phantom Power ... A Killa Kela remix of "Golden Retriever" appears on the album Phantom Phorce and the DVD release of Phantom Power ...
... Big Beat Presents David Vanian and the Phantom Chords is the 1995 album by rockabilly band Dave Vanian and the Phantom Chords ...
Famous quotes containing the word phantom:
“Semi-Saracenic architecture, sustaining itself as if by miracle in mid air; glittering in the red sunlight with a hundred oriels, minarets, and pinnacles; and seeming the phantom handiwork, conjointly, of the Sylphs,... the Fairies,... the Genii, and ... the Gnomes.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“If only the phantom would stop reappearing!
Business, if you wanted to know, was punk at the opera.
The heroine no longer appeared in Faust.
The crowds strolled sadly away.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“She was a phantom of delight
When first she gleamed upon my sight;
A lovely apparition, sent
To be a moments ornament;”
—William Wordsworth (17701850)