Edgar Allan Poe was among the most influential authors of the 19th century. He sowed the seeds of the modern mystery, horror, and science fiction genres. His classic story “The Tell-Tale Heart” may even have inspired pro-life activists in Chile:
A group of Chilean pro-life women marched in front of their government buildings while projecting the heartbeat of their unborn children.
In early October, the Reivindica Feminist Movement started the “Voice of the Heart” protests. With fetal heart monitors strapped around their bellies, pregnant Chilean women marched on Plaza de la Constitución [in Santiago]. …
The women held signs reading: “I’m here. I’m alive. Don’t forget about me even though you can’t see me.” New research from the British Heart Foundation also reveals that preborn babies’ hearts begin beating just 16 days after conception.
Finally, the unborn have a voice — if only it isn’t drowned out by the shrieks of moonbats.
On a tip from seaoh.