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What's the meaning of the phrase 'Things that go bump in the night'? Frightening but imagined supernatural events. What's the origin of the phrase 'Things that go bump in the night'? The earliest known example of the phrase in print is in the 1918 in the Bulletin of the School Oriental and African Studies : "To a people.
Kimbrough nodded and said, I’ll go back tomorrow in the rental I got and arrange for the windshield and mirror to get put back on. The shooter knew his stuff, there’s very little evidence of the pellets blasting the body of the vehicle itself. Though of course the upholstery’s pockmarked with buckshot, but I figure not too many questions will be asked. Especially if I pay over the going rate in cash. Then we need to go on the offense with Newsome. Kimbrough glared at her. Hey, Reverend Jeremiah Wright was right, rich white men do run America.
I’ve got things covered here, Kyle said. I have my sleeping bag and I’m ready to spend the night. We don’t all need to hang around. Still, I was tingling with excitement. The cold night air, the bright moon washing out the starry sky, the scent of the desert, and most of all the chase - I felt so alive! The light went out. We walked for a few more minutes without seeing the light again. I stopped and turned slowly, staring in every direction. My ears strained for any sound in the night. I heard the wind rushing past bushes, and a faint distant rumble - a train, miles away? Bess whispered, George, where are the nightvision goggles?