fox-fire is occasionally put to a cruel utility by hunters in association with the "salt-lick" for deer.
But for the fox-fire beacons he would have been lost instantly.
One's first experience with fox-fire, especially if he chances upon a specimen of some size, is apt to be a memorable incident.
If it had anywhere an actual nucleus, that centre remained as impalpable and unmaterial as fox-fire.
Everybody has seen "fox-fire" in the damp and decaying woods—a cold light which scientists have never been able to explain.
The country people are familiar with the sight of it in wild timber-land, and have given it the name of 'fox-fire.'
The curtain door of the chamber was rent aside, and Sergeant True bearing aloft his fox-fire torch entered.
They were man-size, too, or nearly so, visible in the dark with the dim radiance of fox-fire.
Are there passages which burn with real fire—not punk, fox-fire, make believe?
When the firelight flickered, the eyes of the watching hundreds squatting in the background glowed green like fox-fire.