The ideas presented in this book attempt to be both mundane and fantastic at the same time— plausability is the key.
It is in the details that the horror lies, because it is in the credibility of the details that the fantastic can rise and stand.
This, then, is a book of details, most mundane, some fantastic. They have but one purpose—that of bringing Lovecraft's horror home to us... [click here for more]
CTHULHU NOW includes four roleplaying adventures, "The City in the Sea," The Killer Out of Space," The Evil Stars," and "Dreams Dark and Deadly." Background essays provide new skills and occupations, up-to-date cash-flow information, an elaborate firearms article (and a foldout illustrating contemporary firearms), active and passive night-vision equipment, a survey... [click here for more]
Call of Cthulhu: Secrets
We all hold a few dark, deep secrets close to their hearts. Some of our secrets are small and would seem unimportant if they were exposed to the light of day. Others are big and could change the world. This book is about secrets that have been allowed to fester and darken in the shadows. What was hidden in Robert Monroe-Tylor's coffin? What horror left Jason Andrews to die... [click here for more]
What secrets lie within the Devil’s Triangle? Why was the Mary Celeste abandoned after is passed through the Triangle's waters? What caused the disappearance of an entire flight of Avengers in 1945? Why do electronics fail in the Triangle for no reason?
Now the answeres at last can be revealed. The Bermuda Triangle is a 1990’s sourcebook centered around the famous mystery... [click here for more]
A 1990s Campaign for Call of Cthulhu
The Graham Westlake Foundation sponsors the International Symposium on Unexplained Phenomena. This year, the fortieth annual symposium takes place in the Pacific island nation of Tonga. The investigators are among the attendees. There, they encounter evidence of phenomena they know only too well. They begin an investigation that leads them... [click here for more]