A flashlight shines on items left on the gravestone of Edgar Allen Poe by people pretending to be the mysterious "Poe Toaster" in Baltimore early on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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"It's just concentrating on the feeling of the airplane," says Mr. Poe, who has been flying for 37 years. "It's giving the right input to get the right reaction."
Craft projects such as these Edgar Allan Poe pins made by teens at a Poe Party in January at the San Antonio Public Library are gaining in popularity among teens looking for self-expression. (San Antonio Public Library via Associated Press)