One scholar has written of Califia that it is designed to lead the reader to discover the lost cache of California through her wanderings within the story space. Another writer calls it a metaphysical quest rather than a conventional mystery, noting that the central question of the treasure remains unresolved.
When they told their mother, she said, That was Magpie. He is a spy for, the Monster Who Kills With His Eyes. If he sees you he will paralyze you with his eyes and peck you to pieces. Changing Woman cried, Now the monsters know about you, and they will come to kill you. You must stay inside.
Their invasion is defeated by the Doctor and the military support of the newly formed United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. The Cybermen were not shown to face the Third Doctor (Jon Pertwee) during his original run, but one is shown as part of an exhibit in Carnival of Monsters (1973).
The film Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? (1968), starring Doris Day and Robert Morse, takes a comic view of the event. Tom Paxton wrote a song about the event, also titled Where Were You When the Lights Went Out?, and performed it on the first episode of Pete Seeger’s Rainbow Quest in November 1965.
In December 1987, Minas Gerais herself was laid up after participating in Operation Dragon XXIII because of problems with her aircraft catapult. Minas Gerais underwent a modernisation refit from July 1991 to October 1993.
Foragers were trained to enter a simple Y-shaped maze that had been marked at the entrance with a particular color. Inside the maze was a branching point where the bee was required to choose between two paths.
Michael and the Dragon was placed on its top. The tower houses the Exhibition of Weapons of Bratislava City Museum. In the medieval times the town was surrounded by fortified walls, and entry and exit was only possible through one of the four heavily fortified gates.
Inside the castle was just as magnificent and somewhat eccentric. Belmont housed his vast collection of horses and carriages on the ground floor, accessed by two huge carriage entrances on either side of the north façade.