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By Simon R. Green

A quest for the Unholy Grail-the goblet from which Judas drank on the final Supper-takes deepest eye John Taylor deep into the key, magical middle of London...called the Nightside.

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Once when Stephen had Walter on the horse with him, he urged the horse up the front steps on the east, around the porch, and down the north steps. Walter was delighted ("Do it again! " he begged), but Eliza was not pleased. She ran out on the porch and shook her long skirts at them. " she shouted at Stephen. She knew he had already ridden out of earshot, but she felt better for having shown her displeasure. Stephen, though he could not hear his wife, knew what she was saying, and he laughed at her display of anger.

Some people standing nearby (a large crowd had assembled to bid the company Godspeed) thought they heard him say, "Good-bye, Walter," but nobody was sure. It did seem to be a sort of farewell ritual, a good-bye to a home and to a way of life he loved. And perhaps it was a part of a promise made to a beloved child. Stephen Cleveland never stopped grieving over the death of his son. It was a grief he carried to his grave, for only at his own death in 1883 was his heart at peace. The Cleveland house, built with such care, still stands in a wooded area near Suggsville.

Many of his tales centered around the towering bluff at Claiborne.  Locklin told and retold the story of their predawn encounter with twelve phantom horsemen who cantered out of the McConnico Cemetery. Page 36 where roustabouts loaded the bales aboard waiting packets. Sometimes they enticed the muscular laborers to race up the 365 steps (one for each day of the year) with a cash prize going to the winner. ''They built those steps for General Lafayette when he stopped here in 1825, but I don't believe he climbed them.

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