HERIBERT E. SEVERING'S FANTASTIC PAGE

A Guide to More Fantastic Sites on the Web

This is a brandnew page on the web dealing with all kinds of fantastic literature from the maerchen, gothic novels, and different types of science fiction and fantasy up to the latest developments in 20th century horror.

At first you will find links to associated web sites here. In the near future I will probably be able to present more good stuff - it all depends upon your incoming response...-


The most burning question in mankind:

Which force is accelerating data & data-associated technical progress during the last 50 years in human history?


IS SOMEONE FROM THE OUTSIDE RESPONSIBLE FOR IT ?!

Did We Make It On Our Own??? - Really?
Think Of It! Could It Be .....
Someone From Outer Space?
Someone From Across Time?
Someone From Another Dimension?

Let's add 1 to 1....

Switch over to the Speculation Page.

You're welcome over there.

Remember Robert A. Heinlein.

He was one of the Grandmasters of science fiction. Robert Anson Heinlein was born in Butler, MO, in 1907 and died in Carmel, CA, in 1988 at the age of 80.

Through all of my childhood and adolescence I have been a friend and admirer of the late and great Robert A. Heinlein. From his first Juvenile novel (i.e. Rocketship Galileo) to the follow-ups I was keen keeping up with all the latest releases, independent novels of their own, of course.

Robert A. Heinlein - The Web Page

further more:

 

Anne Rice : Witches & Vampires

She was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1941, from Irish descendance. Married in 1961, she moved to San Francisco, California, in 1964...

Follow her lifeline

Learn about her books

Look into her photo gallery

Dean R. Koontz - Horror at Its Best

From the East Coast to the West Coast, that's where Dean Koontz's way was bound.

California settings turning into nightmares...

I would be delighted if there were any feedback to the originator.

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