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6.21 Let It Bleed

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The title of the episode ,‘Let It Bleed’’, is also the name of [ a 1969 Rolling Stones album]. This is the fourth episode to be named after a Rolling Stones song or album. The others were [[3.15 Time Is On My Side]], [[5.01 Sympathy For The Devil]], and [[6.01 Exile On Main St.]].The episode was originally titled ‘The Haunter of the Dark’ which is the name of [ a story by] [[H.P. Lovecraft]], the one that he is finishing in the teaser of the episode.
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Before demons break into their house, Ben is reading [ Cthulhu Tales], a series of comics with stories based in the [ Cthulhu Mythos]. The Cthulhu Mythos is a shared fictional universe created in the 1920s by American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity that Lovecraft created in 1926. }}
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'''Judah:''' You know horror? Low brow. but But in the ghetto? Fine. But Lovecraft? This guy is literature. he He should be be taught in schools. heHe's up there with Dickens and Dean R Koontz.<br>
[ Charles Dickens] was the most popular 19th century novelist, whose work is still influential today. [ Dean Koontz] is one of the most popular horror/suspense writers today, although not often studied in literature courses.

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