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  • What folklore called a draug, a murdered man who could not rest in death while his killer went unpunished.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • Now that they had room, they carved the draug into little frisky pieces.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • The draug grabbed Tyler by the throat and hoisted him into the air.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • The draug kept after me — which was fine with Peters and Chain.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • I was trying to figure out how to launch a draug hunt.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • I had so much mud on me I feared somebody might mistake me for a draug. previous |

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • He and Wayne stuffed them with pieces of draug and tied them shut.

    Old Tin Sorrows

  • "It's a Trolledyngjan draug tale come true," he said.

    An Ill Fate Marshalling

  • And the longer he reckoned the more draug-boats he made of it.

    Weird Tales from Northern Seas

  • [(letter, and inclosed a draug) 9.4 (h) -0.6 (t on my) 29.4 (uncle for \243500. to be paid into her hands on her)] TJ

    The Wife; or, Caroline Herbert


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