Acoustic Anthropology, Ambiguity, Audio Inkblot, Audio Rorschach, Aural History, Black Lizard, Disinformation, Edgar Allan Poe, Edogawa Rampo, Edogawa Ranpo, Hirai Tarõ, Joe Banks, Kimitake Hiraoka, Mishearing, Perceptual Creativity, Rorschach Audio, Rorschach Ink-Blots, Shoppinghour, Sonic Studies, Sound Studies, Yukio Mishima, 江戸川 乱歩, 三島 由紀夫
See “Rorschach Audio” book pages 130 to 132
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