Dissociation Part 3: The ol' College Try

Published: Jan. 17, 2021, 10 p.m.
Duration: 56 minutes 3 seconds

Regaining consciousness packed inside a tent, our investigators find themselves in different bodies again, this time those of a group of college students from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Without any forms of ID and their electronics completely water-logged and useless, they discover that they are in the Alaskan Gold Rush era town of Bluff. At the center of this dilapidated town is a tall, mysterious cylinder with three holes of various shapes. Moans and cries for help are heard coming from these cabins. With no other lead, our investigators begin to look into the noise and the cylinder.  Music credits: "Nyarlathotep," "Carcosa," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman "Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4241-private-reflection License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme by Noah Yardley

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Dissociation Part 2: Identity Crisis

Published: Jan. 10, 2021, 10 p.m.
Duration: 47 minutes 12 seconds

After waking in bodies that are not their own, our investigators began to try figure out what was going on. Not long after getting their bearings, the door to the house they were in burst open. In came several Alaskan State Troopers and a local sheriff, who see the body and the blood. Can our investigators prove their innocence, or is it the end of the line for them? Music Credits: "Lost on Sentinel Hill" and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4241-private-reflection License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme by Noah Yardley

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Dissociation Part 1: Out of Body Experience

Published: Jan. 3, 2021, 10 p.m.
Duration: 50 minutes 25 seconds

On Tuesday, March 26th 2019. Flight 7614 takes off from San Diego making a short three hour jaunt to Seattle. On board, our investigators settle in to what they believe to be just another flight. But everything take a turn once the they hit the two hour mark and strange things begin to happen.  They will soon come to realize that nothing will ever be the same again. Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," "The King in Yellow," and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4241-private-reflection License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme by Noah Yardley

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Deadlight

Published: Nov. 22, 2020, 7 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 18 minutes 3 seconds

Something terrible has happened in a small cottage outside of Bolton Massachusetts. A great evil is on the loose and terrorizing the surrounding area. Our investigators find themselves unwittingly thrown into this horrific situation when the weather decides to take a turn for the worse. Can James and Eliza prevent this evil from spreading to the world at large, or will they themselves become unwitting victims to its alien power? Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," "The King in Yellow," "Yog-Sothoth," "Lost on Sentinel Hill," and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman  "Private Reflection" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4241-private-reflection License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme by Noah Yardley

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The Haunter of the Dark

Published: Nov. 15, 2020, 7 p.m.
Duration: 59 minutes 56 seconds

Written by H.P. Lovecraft in December of 1936. The Haunter in the Dark follows the story of writer Robert Blake and his obsession with a dark, ominous church steeple on Federal Hill, his ensuing madness, and the consequences of meddling with forces you do not understand. Be sure to listen with the lights on, for it may be your only protection from the things that go bump in the night. Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," "Welcome to Arkham," "Nyarlathotep," and "Azathoth" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Intro and theme music written by Noah Yardley

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Long Way from Home part 8: Land Down Under

Published: Nov. 4, 2020, 6:53 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 37 minutes 40 seconds

The final part of Long Way from Home. Deep inside the Yudnamutana mine, our investigators find themselves at the shore of a large underground lake. Across from them is a mysterious light and a narrow ledge to get there. Inside will grant answers and yet more question. Along the way, they will meet an intriguing companion and come to realize that this mine is far more dangerous than they had ever thought before. Not everyone will be leaving the mine alive or with their sanity intact. Music Credits: "Lost on Sentinel Hill." Under the Nameless City," and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Intro and theme music by Noah Yardley "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin VanRoekel.

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Long Way from Home part 7: Gone Walkabout

Published: Oct. 25, 2020, 5:35 p.m.
Duration: 51 minutes 34 seconds

Our investigators find themselves looking over the aftermath of the brief fight with Dr. Webber. They realize that they have overstayed their welcome and pack up and leave that same night. Their destination: the Yudnamutana mine. Orson finds what he's been looking for and the sky brings a mysterious visitor as they prepare to journey into the mine itself. Will the mine provide the answers they seek? Music Credits: "Welcome to Arkham," and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme and Intro music by Noah Yardley "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin VanRoekel

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Long Way from Home part 6: The Good Doctor

Published: Oct. 18, 2020, 6:59 p.m.
Duration: 48 minutes 7 seconds

The discoveries made about the Paralana Spa have left our investigators on edge. After catching the attention of the spa cook while very conspicuously sneaking around the complex, Henry, Louie, and Orson must think quickly to get out of this hairy situation. Events around the spa become more mysterious and Doctor Webber becomes increasingly more suspicious. What are his true intentions and where is the Thick Water actually coming from? Music Credits: "Lost on Sentinel Hill," and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Intro and Theme music by Noah Yardley "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin VanRoekel

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Long Way from Home part 5: Rest and Radiation

Published: Oct. 11, 2020, 7:39 p.m.
Duration: 54 minutes 54 seconds

We return to our adventure Down Under as our investigators spend time at Doctor Webber's spa. With Orson on the mend, they warily join Webber in the pools of the spa. Now being offered one-on-one sessions, they split up, trying to uncover more about this mysterious spa and what Doctor Webber's true intentions are. Music Credits: "Under the Nameless City" and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme and intro music by Noah Yardley "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin VanRoekel

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Love You to Death

Published: Oct. 2, 2020, 8:12 p.m.
Duration: 52 minutes 5 seconds

On Valentines day, 1929, men from Chicago's notorious North Side gang were gunned down. The following day, our investigator, Jack Boone, is visited by an old friend, desperate to reclaim her dog who had been taken away in all the madness of the massacre. With the help of his contacts, Jack gets to work, but what awaits for him as he unravels this mystery and what happens when his past comes back to haunt him? Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman Private Reflection by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4241-private-reflection License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme and intro music by Noah Yardley

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The Unnameable and the Hound

Published: Sept. 18, 2020, 8:15 p.m.
Duration: 40 minutes 57 seconds

Featured in this episode are two, spine-tingling tales of graveyards and the stories and fates of those who disturb them. In "The Unnameable," we follow the tale of two friends as they debate the supernatural in a grim location. "The Hound" tells the tale of the horror and inevitable doom that befalls a pair of amoral grave robbers. Special thanks to Colin DeYoung, who provided the narration for "The Unnameable." Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band Theme and outro music by Noah Yardley

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Long Way from Home part 4: The Doctor is In

Published: Aug. 28, 2020, 5:16 p.m.
Duration: 39 minutes 53 seconds

Orson lies on the ground bleeding, shoddy bandages covering his wound. The McEwans do what they can to aid the injured man while the others do everything to help both of their companions. Not being able to reach a hospital from their location, they must think of what to do next to save the dying professor's life. It seems Paralana is the only option, but can such an odd place be trusted? Music credits: "Lost on Sentinel Hill" and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin Vanroekel Theme and Intro music by Noah Yardley

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Long Way from Home part 3: Going Bush

Published: Aug. 21, 2020, 6:23 p.m.
Duration: 48 minutes 38 seconds

After a sudden and rude awakening, our investigators get to cracking on heading to the Yudnamutana mine and Paralana Spa. They hire a local man who can take them, who suggests they stop at the Homestead of the Mindalee Station along the way. The station happens to be where all the activity seems to be focused in. They begin to learn that the Outback is strange place where rocks ping at night and mysterious things lie in wait in the most unusual of places. Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in minor by Benjamin Vanroekel Theme and intro music written by Noah Yardley

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Long Way from Home part 2: At the Edge of Civilization

Published: Aug. 14, 2020, 9:18 p.m.
Duration: 40 minutes 13 seconds

After arriving in the desolate town of Farina, our investigators finally meet up as a whole. Orson ask around about the meteorites, Louie continues his search for the "Devil Sheep" and Henry has an interesting conversation in the Masonic lodge. Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in Minor by Benjamin Vanroekel Theme and intro music written by Noah Yardley

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Long Way from Home part 1: Strangers in a Strange Land

Published: Aug. 7, 2020, 9 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes 57 seconds

The beginning of our longest series yet. Our investigators find themselves drawn to Australia, particularly the North Flinders Range of South Australia. This region has been a hot bed of mysterious activity. Earthquakes that happen at the same time every single morning, meteor showers focused in a very tight perimeter, and a mysterious spa with miraculous healing capabilities are just a few of these strange occurrences. What horrors lie in wait for them in the Land Down Under? Will this desolate landscape be the last thing they ever see? Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," and "Welcome to Arkham" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band "Waltzing Matilda" arranged in Minor by Benjamin Vanroekel Theme and intro music written by Noah Yardley

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Alone Against the Frost

Published: July 21, 2020, 10:05 p.m.
Duration: 45 minutes 31 seconds

Another solo adventure written by Chaosium inc. You, the listener take on the role of anthropology professor Laurence Nadelman. You have finally secured the funding necessary to take an expedition to the vast unexplored regions of Canada. With you are three of your graduate students, Bernard Ebstein, Sylvia Davidson, and Norman Falkner as well as your guide, the hardened Charlie Foxtail. What does the frigid north have in store for your expedition? Can you survive your ordeal, or will the wilds overtake you. Voice cast: Matthew Bennett as Bernard, Colin DeYoung as Professor Nadelman, Hazel Theodore as Sylvia, Brittany Schesnuk as Charlie, Benjamin Vanroekel as Norman, and Steven Anderson providing addition voices. Special thanks to Noah Yardley for his rework of the theme and intro music. Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," 'Carcosa," "Under the Nameless city," and "Azathoth" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Devil in the Details part 3: ...So it shall be

Published: June 26, 2020, 8:34 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 23 minutes 31 seconds

Gathering once more at the steps of the Orne Library, our investigators once again consolidate their information. Now knowing where they can find the mysterious perpetrator, they set out, ready to end the killings. Can they survive as the mystery killer comes on to their investigation? Will there ever be a happy ending for them? Music Credits "Carcosa," "Lost on Sentinel Hill," "Under the Nameless City," "Great Cthulhu," "The King in Yellow," and "Yog-Sothoth" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Devil in the Details part 2: So it is Written...

Published: June 18, 2020, 11:39 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 29 seconds

After the events in the rare book collection and the theft of the original blueprints of the Miskatonic, our investigators are now more determined to solve this ever growing mystery. The two professors, Morrison and Wagner, accompany Dr. DuVayne and Dr. Armitage to the hospital while Quincy remains in the library to roam the stacks. Howard and Hannah make startling discoveries in the university's dormitories. They begin to wonder, who is the real culprit of these murders and who is the accomplice. Music Credits: "Under the Nameless City" and "Welcome to Arkham" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Devil in the Details part 1: Hitting the Books

Published: June 12, 2020, 7:03 p.m.
Duration: 58 minutes 19 seconds

*As a heads up* this is technically episode two of this arc, but due to technical difficulties and equipment malfunctions, the true first episode had to be scrapped as it was very difficult to listen too. As such, there is a brief recap at the start of this episode that will explain all the events of the first so that you are not lost. After the mysterious appearance of Emma Carlyle's bloodied corpse, our investigators began the dark investigation into her unnatural demise, along with the other unexplainable deaths that have plagued the Miskatonic University this spring. The Orne Library beckons to them with it's treasure trove of knowledge, but can they resist the draw of its darker secrets? Music credits: "Under the Nameless City," "Welcome to Arkham," "Great Cthulhu," "Nyarlathotep," and "The Terrible Old Man" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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Dagon, Nyarlathotep, and Azathoth; a Trio of Terror

Published: April 28, 2020, 5:46 p.m.
Duration: 29 minutes 33 seconds

H.P. Lovecraft crated a rich and varied mythos, and other than the eponymous Cthulhu, these three, Azathoth, Nyarlathotep, and Dagon, are the most terrifying and well known. These stories follow the horrors around namesakes and the consequences of those who cross them, willingly or not. Music credits: "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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Paper Chase

Published: April 15, 2020, 4 p.m.
Duration: 59 minutes 49 seconds

Another interlude story. When some books suddenly go missing from Thomas Kimball's house, it falls on two family friends, miner James Williams and lawyer Clovis McNale to find out whats going on. Perhaps this investigation could also shed some light on the disappearance of Thomas' uncle Douglas five years ago. What secrets does Arnoldsburg Michigan hold for our investigators? Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Eulogy" "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Nightmare on Canvas part 4: Curtain Call

Published: March 29, 2020, 8:36 p.m.
Duration: 59 minutes 22 seconds

With the Finche estate in chaos, Oswald has finally revealed the truth about Argo Finche and the horror known as the Rakshasa. Having discovered a ritual to banish the beast, our Investigators desperately search for the missing parts of said ritual. Each split up to find their respective ingredient. What new horror awaits for them as the split up? Can anyone hope to survive the Rakshasa?  Music Credits "Great Cthulhu," "Nyarlathotep," "Azathoth"  "Lost on Sentinel Hill" and "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band. 

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The Lightless Beacon ft. Spectravision

Published: March 22, 2020, 3:15 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 27 minutes 11 seconds

A collaboration with our friends at Spectravision. The Beacon Island lighthouse has gone out and the S.S Essex County flounders on the rocky waters. Two passengers manage to escape before a devastating storm rolls in. Why did the light go out and what dark secrets does the lighthouse hold? Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," "Carcosa," "Great Cthulhu" "Azathoth," "Nyarlathotep," "Yog-Sothoth," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Nightmare on Canvas part 3: The Secret Life of Argo Finche

Published: March 20, 2020, 3:22 a.m.
Duration: 41 minutes 55 seconds

Tension and fear sit heavy in the air as more unexplainable events occur at the Finche estate. With their collective sanity beginning to wane, our investigators push deeper into the mystery that is Argo Finche. What dark secret is Oswald Burroughs hiding? Will Nigel ever find first aid? Who's next? Music Credits: "Under the Nameless City" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Nightmare on Canvas part 2: Whodunnit

Published: March 12, 2020, 2:14 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 1 minute 35 seconds

With twenty auction guests unaccounted for, tension and fear begins to grow. Mysterious events start happening all over the FInche estate and something is really wrong about those paintings. Can our investigators find out what's happening before it's too late? Music Credits "Under the Nameless City" and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band 

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The Nightmare on Canvas part 1: Status Quo

Published: March 9, 2020, 1:10 a.m.
Duration: 48 minutes 36 seconds

World famous artist, Argo Finche is dead. With no heirs and few living relatives left, all his artwork is to be auctioned off. Whether directly invited, helping, or having seen the announcement in the news, our investigators arrive to the auction. But something else is there as well, a dark secret held by Finche.  Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham" and "Under the Nameless city" by Graham Plowman "Black Bottom Stomp" by Jelly Roll Morton "Old Man Blues"  by Duke Ellington "Sweetheart Blues" by Boyd Senter "Won't You Get Off It Please" by Fats Waller "Copenhagen" by Earl Hines "Give Me Your Telephone Number" by J.C Higginbotham "Milenberg Joys" by McKinney's Cotton Pickers Outro Theme "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Color out of Space

Published: March 2, 2020, 2:20 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 22 minutes 23 seconds

Written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1927, The Color out of Space follows the story of the second hand account of the mysterious events that took place on the Gardner family farm after a meteorite crashed to earth near their house. Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham," "Carcosa," and "Lost on Sentinel Hill" by Graham Plowman

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The Dead of Winter part 4: The Wind Walker

Published: Feb. 5, 2020, 4:35 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 34 minutes 25 seconds

Our investigators have been forcefully liberated from their train car. Lost in the wilds of Canada and severely injured, is there any hope in rescuing Bertrand? Will the winged beast return to finish them off? Is that the sound of barking off in the distance? Music credits: "Welcome to Arkham" and "Carcosa" by Graham Plowman "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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Dead of Winter part 3: Frozen Tracks

Published: Jan. 27, 2020, 4:49 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 19 minutes 8 seconds

With tickets in hand and a lead to follow, our investigators board the rails on toward Canada. A mysterious woman follows them along the way. What horrors await for them in transit? Will our investigators survive their journey? Will they ever stop making puns on Chuck Steaks name?  Music Credits "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Dead of Winter part 3: Frozen Tracks

Published: Jan. 27, 2020, 4:49 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour 19 minutes 8 seconds

With tickets in hand and a lead to follow, our investigators board the rails on toward Canada. A mysterious woman follows them along the way. What horrors await for them in transit? Will our investigators survive their journey? Will they ever stop making puns on Chuck Steaks name?  Music Credits "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Dead of Winter Part 2: A Trail Gone Cold

Published: Jan. 7, 2020, 9:54 p.m.
Duration: 50 minutes 8 seconds

A brief stint at St. Mary's. Questions researched and clues investigated. Preparations made for a long, cold journey. The Mystery deepens Music Credits "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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The Dead of Winter part 1: A Chilling Discovery

Published: Dec. 23, 2019, 10:01 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour 1 minute 15 seconds

An urgent telegram received. A close friend goes missing. A grisly spectacle awaits. Join us for our first actual play session Music Credits "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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December Update

Published: Dec. 17, 2019, 7:08 p.m.
Duration: 34 seconds

A change in schedule

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Alone Against the Flames

Published: Nov. 24, 2019, 7:11 p.m.
Duration: 57 minutes 25 seconds

A mix of Narration and Role-playing, Alone Against the Flames was written by Chaosium Inc. for the Call of Cthulhu RPG. It was made as a solo adventure, meant to be played by one player like a choose-your-own-adventure book. We choose to poll our public for each decision to make it more fun in the long run. Take on the role of Professor Jack Garrison as he journeys from Providence to Arkham, but will he survive the journey? Music Credits "Spooky Spooks" by the Victor Military Band

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Trailer

Published: Nov. 22, 2019, 4:29 a.m.
Duration: 1 minute 1 second

An introduction in the dark and twisted world of Lovecraftian Role-playing and works of fiction,

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