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Edward St. John Gorey (ca. February 22, 1925 – April 15, 2000) was an American writer and artist noted for his macabre illustrated books.

He invented and illustrated many monsters and creatures such as the doubtful guest, prune people, wuggly ump, zote, yawfle, xyke, wambulus, veazy, ulp, twibbit, scrug, raitch, quingawaga, posby, ombledroom, neapse, mork, limpflig, kwongdzu, jelbislup, ippagoggy, humglum, gawdge, fidknop, epitwee, dawbis, crunk, boggerslosh, or ampoo.

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