Barks and magic

timo ronkainen timoro at
Mon Oct 15 13:46:12 CEST 2001

>But what about "King Scrooge the First" with the immortal Egyptian?

Yes, but was it not explained with some medical substance he had used for 
centuries to sustain life? He took similar drug to revoke it's effect.
No magic words, no hocus pocus. Fantastic, yes, but within the (slightly 
stretched) boundaries of natural science.
Same thing with Old Castle's "ghost". Invisibility was achieved by chemical 
stuff. Again really fantastic situation but there was no real ghost, or 
magic involved.


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