Two unsettling encounters on the road
With the rise of the automobile in the 1920s, people were no longer tied to the railways as a means of getting to distant locations. For those who could afford the relative luxury of a car, the expanding United States’ highway network brought with it the opportunity to travel and see new places, as well as visit those that the railways didn’t reach—and... [click here for more]
This is a collection of short stories and not a book of scenarios.
Twelve forays into dark modern terror involving the hidden secrets that can infest people's lives. In dark corners of the world, evil and secretive folk still worship the entity known as Great Cthulhu and it's minions hold sway over isolated communities, endangering all who encounter them by accident. ... [click here for more]
Call of Cthulhu in the Land Down Under
The driest, flattest, and smallest continent, Australia is almost as big as the continental United States, but has a fraction of the inhabitants—six million people in 1925. Beyond the settled areas, three-quarters of the land remain relatively little known until after World War Two. Seen by those in Europe and America as one of the last great wildernesses,... [click here for more]