Talk:Skeleton Crew

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Dollar Baby removal[edit]

An unknown user deleted the entry:

In the Dollar Baby adaptation section.

Please do not make a deletion without an explaination, otherwise it will be treated as vandalism.

LACameraman 21:31, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

Stories stubbed[edit]

Every Skeleton Crew story now has at least a stub with publication data. Good time to start expanding. Chris Stangl 07:03, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

Naval meaning?[edit]

Not the article I was expecting - I'm assuming this is a reference to the naval term. Any chance someone with an appropriate background could start an article on that? -- MiG 20:58, 7 June 2007 (UTC)

Connecting Line?[edit]

I haven't read everything in the book yet, or read all of the original published versions, but I noted the recuurence in several stories of the line "Do you love?" I suspect that this line wa incorporated into the tales specifically for Skeleton Crew, and did not occur in them prior to this publication. This is certainbly true of the original version of "Nona" as published in two different anthologies by Charles L. Grant. Does anyone know of the source/inspiration for this line or why King might have added this piece of connective narrative tissue? User:Snyrt