Lo llevaron a lo largo de la plataforma hasta alcanzar uno de los vagones centrales, y all lo subieron, gruendo, con los cuerpos empapados de sudor. Una de las ruedas cay, rebotando sobre los escalones metlicos. La recogi un hombre que vena detrs, para entregrsela al que llevaba un traje pardo arrugado. Gracias dijo el hombre del traje pardo, guardando la rueda en el bolsillo lateral de la chaqueta. Ya en el coche, ambos empujaron al objeto cubierto por el pasillo. La falta de una rueda lo haca inclinarse hacia un lado; el hombre del traje pardo, cuyo nombre era Kelly, se vea forzado a sostenerlo con el hombro para evitar que tumbara.
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He then entered the military and spent World War II as an infantry soldier. He married in and has four children, three of Born in Allendale, New Jersey to Norwegian immigrant parents, Matheson was raised in Brooklyn and graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School in He married in and has four children, three of whom Chris , Richard Christian , and Ali Matheson are writers of fiction and screenplays.
Between and , Matheson produced dozens of stories, frequently blending elements of the science fiction, horror and fantasy genres. Others, like "The Test" and "Steel" , portray the moral and physical struggles of ordinary people, rather than the then nearly ubiquitous scientists and superheroes, in situations which are at once futuristic and everyday. Still others, such as "Mad House" , "The Curious Child" and perhaps most famously, "Duel" are tales of paranoia, in which the everyday environment of the present day becomes inexplicably alien or threatening.
He also contributed a number of scripts to the Warner Brothers western series "The Lawman" between and Matheson also wrote the screenplay for Fanatic US title: Die! My Darling! Three of his short stories were filmed together as Trilogy of Terror, including "Prey" with its famous Zuni warrior doll.
He died at his home on June 23, , at the age of
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