The Cthulhu Mythos: An Annotated Bibliography

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HC - Hugh Cave

"The hours of the mid-watch are long and black... and more than once, on my knees, I've prayed for daylight..."
-From "The Death Watch"

HC Death - Hugh Cave, The Death Watch, in Murgunstrumm and Others, Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Carcosa, 1977. 

Narrator: Harry Crandall. References: Arabic; Beacon Radio Company; Bethmoora; Black Mass; Crandall, Harry; Exhibitor, S.S; Florida; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Ingram, Elaine; Ingram, Peter; Latham, George; Macy, Bill; Mark; New York; Nyarlathotep; Prince of Darkest Dark; Prince of Evil; Seminole Indians; Voodoo; Wendell, Doc; Yago, Old;

HC Isle - Hugh Cave, The Isle of Dark Magic, in Murgunstrumm and Others, Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Carcosa, 1977.

References: Bella Gale; Bethmoora; Black Cults; Black King; Black Mass; Bruk, Captain; Cult des Morts, Le; Faikana; Faaite; Fakarava; Great One who must not be named; Hali, Lake of; Harlan; Hastur; Jason, Father; Jornsen Trading Company; Kennedy, Maureen; Lanier, Jean; Mace, Peter; Marquesas Islands; Mehu atoll; Menegai; New York; Nyarlathotep; Papeete; Paumato; Peteme; Philadelphia; Prince of Evil; Rarioa; Taou; Tavana; Van Heller; Veil Unseen, The; Yellow Sign; Yian; Yuggoth;
 


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