The Cthulhu Mythos: An Annotated Bibliography

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AWD - August W. Derleth

"Knowledge is power. But knowledge is also madness, and it is not for the weak to take arms against these hellish beings."
-From "The House on Curwen Street," p. 31.

AWD Attic - August W. Derleth, The Shadow in the Attic, in The Watchers Out of Time, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1974. 

Narrator: Adam Duncan. References: Anania; Arkham; Aylesbury Pike; Aylesbury Street; Barton, Mrs; Boston; Brattleboro; Church Street; De Natura Daemonum; de Rochas; De Vignate; Duncan, Adam; Eunapius; French Hill; Fuga Satanae; Garrison, Uriah; Hangman's Brook; Hangman's Hill; Hardy, Thomas; Lilith; Magnus, Olaus; Malleus Maleficarum; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University library; Prentiss, Rhoda; Quaestio de Lamiis; Salem; Saltonstall, Mr; Sophia, Aunt; Stampa; Wessex country; Widener Library;

AWD Beyond2 - August W. Derleth, Beyond the Threshold, in H. P. Lovecraft & Divers Hands, Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1990. 

Narrator: Tony Alwyn. References: Alaska; Alhazred, Abdul; Alwyn; Alwyn, Frolin; Alwyn, Josiah; Alwyn, Leander; Alwyn, Tony; Ancient Ones (2); Arctic regions; Arkham; Book of Eibon; Burma and Burmese; Canada; celestial objects; Cthulhu; Cthulhu, spawn of; Deep Ones; Harmon; Hastur; Hough (and wife); Indians (Native Americans); Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Leng, Plateau of; Lhassa; Lloigor; Lovecraft, H.P.; Macdonald, James; Manitoba; Massachusetts; Miskatonic University; Mongolia, Mongolians, Mongols, Mongoloids; Necronomicon; Nelson; Norris, (Constable) Robert; Outsider and Others, The; Pacific Ocean; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Rackham, Dr; R'lyeh Text; Royal Northwest Mounted Police; Saskatchewan; Shadow Over Innsmouth, The; Singapore; Snow Thing; Superior, Lake; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Tsathoggua; Wausau; Wendigo; Wentworth, Allison; Wind-Walker; Wind-Walker; Wisconsin; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Brotherhood - August W. Derleth, The Dark Brotherhood, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: Arthur Phillips. References: Allan, Mr.; Angell Street; Athenaeum; Benefit Street; Bohr, Niels; Brown University; Cathedral of St. John; cone-creatures; Dexter, Elisha, Mr. & Mrs; Dexter, Rose; Egypt; Fort, Charles; Great cubes; Great Race; Hardy, Thomas; Japan, Japanese; Phillips, Arthur; Poe, Edgar Allan; Poe Street; Providence; Providence Journal; Providence River; Red Bridge; Seekonk River; Washington Bridge; Whitman, (Mrs.) Sarah Helen;

AWD Clay - August W. Derleth, Innsmouth Clay, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: referred to alternately as Jack or Ken. References: Akins, Seth; Arkham Advertiser; Columbia; Corey, Jeffrey; Dagon; Dagon Hall; Deep Ones; Devil Reef; East India, East Indies; Eliot; Epstein; Esoteric Order of Dagon; Ferrand's Drug Store; Gilman; Hammond's Drug Store; Hetta; Innsmouth; Jack; Kanakas; Ken; Latin Quarter; Marsh; Marsh, Jethro; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Marsh Refining Company; Massachusetts; Newburyport; New York; Order of Dagon; Paris; Ponape; Rima, the Bird Girl; Ryeh; Sea Goddess; Sumatra Queen, Sumatry Queen; Thooloo; Waite; Washington Street;

AWD Curwen - August W. Derleth, The House on Curwen Street, in The Trail of Cthulhu, Jersey: Neville Spearman, 1974.

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Andrew Phelan. References: Abancay; Abominable Mi-Go; Aklo language; Alcyone; Aldebaran; Alhazred, Abdul; Alice in Wonderland; All-in-One and One-in-All; Ancient Ones (2); Andes; Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Arkham Gazette; Aryans; Asia; Atlantic Ocean; At the Mountains of Madness; Australia; Avenues to Outside.; Aylesbury Street; Azathoth; Betelgeuse; Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; Boston; Boston Herald; Byakhee.; Canopus; Carcosa; Celaeno; Celaeno Fragments; Chan-Chan; Chavin Stone; Chimu civilization; China; Conquistadores.; Cordillera de Vilcanota; Croydon Aerodrome; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cthulhu in the Necronomicon; Cultes des Ghoules; Curwen Street; Cuzco; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; Devil Reef; DeVoto, (Dr.) Asenath; Devourer, The; dholes; Doorways to Outside; Dravidians; Duchess; Earth; Easter Island; East India, East Indies; East India Dock Road; East India Docks; Einstein; Elder Gods; Electra; Fernandez, Timoto.; Flame Creatures of Cthugha.; Follexon.; Fomalhaut; Fort, Charles; frogs, froglike creatures; golden mead; Great Old Ones; Greek language; Hali; Harvard University; Hastur; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Him Who is to Come; Humboldt Currents; Hyades; Ib; Incas; India, Indians; Innsmouth; Innsmouth Courier; Investigation Into the Myth-Patterns of Latterday Primitives With Especial Reference to the R'lyeh Text, An; Ithaqua; Kadath; Khmer; Kimmich; K'n-yan; Kon, Lord of the Earthquake; Latin; Leng, Plateau of; Libor Ivonie; Lima; Limehouse; Little People; Llanfer, Doctor; Lloigor; London; London Times; Lord of the Earthquake; Lovecraft, H.P.; Machu Pichu; Maia; Malaysia; Massachusetts; Massie, Nayland; Mi-Go; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University library; Mnar; Montez, Ysola; Naacal Language; National Museum; Necronomicon; Newburyport; Newburyport Correspondent; New York; New York Times; New Zealand; N'kai; Nostradamus; Nyarlathotep; Ollantaytambo; Pacific Ocean; Park Lane; Peabody; Peru; Petra, (Dr., Sir) Lenden; Phelan, Andrew; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Quichua; Quichua-Ayars; R'lyeh; R'lyehian; R'lyeh Text; Roxbury; Sacsahuaman; Salapunco; Saturday Review; Schrodinger; shoggoths; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; South America; Southern Cross; star-stones; Taygeta; Tcho-Tcho people; Tenniel; Thames.; Thoreau Drive; Trujillo; Tsathoggua; Tsath-yo; Ubbo-Sathla; 'UMR AT-TAWIL; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Valusia; Verne, Jules.; Viracocha; Von Junzt; voormis; Vordennes, (Sir) Cheever; Wells, H. G.; Wendigo; White Form of the Waters; Wormius, Olaus; Y'ha-nthlei; Yhe; Yog-Sothoth; Yoth; Yuggoth; Zhar; Zothique;

AWD Depths - August W. Derleth, The Horror from the Depths, in Colonel Markesan and Less Pleasant People, by August Derleth and Mark Schorer, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1966. 

Narrator: Sharp. References: Alhazred, Abdul; Ancient Ones (2); Chicago; Chicago University; Clithanus; Cthulhu; Cthulhu, spawn of; Elder Gods; Evil Ones; Fair Grounds; Field Museum; Harbinger, John; Hastur; Holmes, Jordan, Professor; horror from the depths; Jackson; Jameson, Dr; Lloigor; Michigan, Lake; Morrison, Professor; Municipal Pier; Necronomicon; Northwestern (University?); R'lyeh; Sharp; Soldier's Field; star-stones; Tennant, John; World's Fair; Yog-Sothoth; Zhar;

AWD Dweller - August W. Derleth, The Dweller in Darkness, in in H. P. Lovecraft & Divers Hands, Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, Sauk City: Arkham House, 1990.

Narrator: Jack. References: Aldebaran; Algol; Alhazred, Abdul; Alwyn, Josiah; Arabia, Arabs; Arcturus; Arkham; Arkham House; Aylesbury Pike; Azathoth; Betelgeuse; Bierce, Ambrose; Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; Blind, Faceless One; Book of Eibon; Brule River; Byakhee.; Canada; Carcosa; Castleton, Joseph X; Chambers, Robert W; Chequamegon; Chequamegon Bay; Chequamegon pike; Cold Waste; Cowan, Sherrif; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Dacota Sioux; De Vermis Mysteriis; Dorgan, Laird; Dunwich; Dweller in Darkness; Elder Gods; elementals; Faceless One; Father of the Million Favored Ones; Fomalhaut; French Canadian country; Gardner, (Prof.) Upton; Gates of the Silver Key; Goat with a Thousand Young; Great Old Ones; Guardian of the Gate; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Hiller, Bob; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Hodag; Howler in the Night; Hyades; Indians (Native Americans); Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Jack; Kadath; K'n-yan; Kthulhut; Kythanil; Leng, Plateau of; Lloigor; Lovecraft, H.P.; Madison; Massachusetts; Mighty Messenger; Million Favored Ones; Minnesota; Miskatonic University; Mnar; Mountains of Madness; Necronomicon; N'gai; N'kai; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; Outsider and Others, The; Pacific Ocean; Partier, Professor; Pashepaho; Peter, Old; Piregard, Fr; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Prinn, Ludvig; Providence; Rick's Lake; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; St. Lawrence river; Seven Suns; Shub-Niggurath; Silver Key; State Historical Society; Superior, Lake; Tsathoggua; Tuttle house; 'UMR AT-TAWIL; University Club; University of Wisconsin; Vermont; Wausau; Weird Tales; Wendigo; Winnebago indians; Wisconsin; Wormius, Olaus; Yaddith; Y'ha-nthlei; Yog-Sothoth; Yoth; Yuggoth; Zhar; Zothique;

AWD Fisherman - August W. Derleth, The Fisherman of Falcon Point, in The Watchers Out of Time.

References: Arkham; Conger, Enoch; Dagon; Devil Reef; Dunwich; Falcon Point; Gilman, Dr; Harper, Jebediah; Innsmouth; Kingsport; Marsh; Martin; Massachusetts; Miskatonic River; South Pacific;

AWD Gable - August W. Derleth, The Gable Window, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: nameless. References: Abominable Snow-Men; Akeley, Henry Wentworth; Akeley, Wilbur; Akeley Collection; Alhazred, Abdul; Ancient Ones (2); Arkham; Asia; Aylesbury Pike; Azathoth; Bibliotheque Nationale; Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; Book of Dzyan; Book of Eibon; Boston; Celaeno Fragments; Central America; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Dagon; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Devil Reef; Dhol Chants; Easter Island; Elder Gods; gable window, the; Great Old Ones; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Himalayas; Hyades; Innsmouth; Kadath; Kingston; Leng, Plateau of; Little Siam; Lord of the Great Abyss; Lord of the Interstellar Spaces; Massachusetts; Miskatonic University; Miskatonic University library; Mongolia, Mongolians, Mongols, Mongoloids; Necronomicon; Nodens; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; Paris; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Prinn, Ludvig; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; Sand-Dwellers; Seven Cryptical Books of Hsan; shantaks; Shub-Niggurath; Sinkiang province; South America; star-stones; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Vermont; Von Junzt; Wharton place; whippoorwills; Widener Library; Wilbraham; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD GodBox - August W. Derleth, The God Box, in In Lovecraft's Shadow. Shelbourne, Ontario and Sauk City, Wisconsin: Mycroft & Moran, 1998.

Narrator: Nameless. References: Atlantis; Blenner, Dr.; Caravel, Philip; Curtin, Professor; Druids; God-Box; Koth; London; London Times; Salisbury; Sho-Gath; Stonehenge; Wittner, Lord;

AWD Gorge - August W. Derleth, The Gorge Beyond Salapunco, in The Trail of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Claiborne Boyd. References: Adams; Admiralities; Advocate, H.M.S.; Africa; Akeley, Henry Wentworth; Alaska; Aldebaran; Alhazred, Abdul; All-in-One and One-in-All; Ambrym; Ancient Ones (2); Andrada, Father; Andros, (Prof.) Vibarro; anti-christ; Arabia, Arabs; Arkham; Asia; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantis; Auckland; Australia; Azathoth; Azores; Betelgeuse; Bibliotheque Nationale; Blake; Book of Eibon; Boston; Boyd, Claiborne; Brattleboro; Britain; Buenos Aires; Byakhee.; Cairo; Calais; Cambridge; Canada; Canopus; Caroline Islands; Celaeno; Celaeno Fragments; Christ; City of Pillars; Clooloo; Cook Island; Cordillera de Vilcanota; Creoles; Cregoivacar; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Cuzco; dacoits; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; door to Cthulhu; Easter Island; Egypt; Elder God; Elder Gods; El Nigro; Eskimos; Etrick, (Sir) Landon; Fisherman's God; fish figure; Fish-Men; Fomalhaut; frogs, froglike creatures; geography; Gilbert Islands; Gilman, Asaph; golden mead; Great Old Ones; Greenbie, Alistair H; Gulf of Mexico; Harker; Harvard University; Hastur; Hewitt; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Hyades; Incas; Indians (Native Americans); Innsmouth; Investigation Into the Myth-Patterns of Latterday Primitives With Especial Reference to the R'lyeh Text, An; Irem; Ithaqua; Jacobson; Johansen, Gustaf; Johannsen narrative; Judah, Mr; Judah and Byron, Attorneys at Law; Keane, Abel; Kthulhu; Kulu; Kuriles; Kuwait; Lambert, Jed; Lascar sailors; Lima; Limehouse; London; Lovecraft, H.P.; Machu Pichu; Maori; Marianas Islands; Marie Celeste; Marquesas Islands; Massachusetts; Mayas; maze, underwater; Medicine Hat; Mediterranean; Melanesia; Mexico City; Micronesia; Miskatonic University; Mississippi; Morocco; Natchez; Necronomicon; New Caledonia; New Guinea; New Hebrides; New Orleans; New Zealand; N'kai; Nome; Nyarlathotep; Occult Review, The; Ollantaytambo; Orient; Papua; Paris; Peru; Peterson; Petrie,; Phelan, Andrew; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Ponape; Portugal, Portuguese; Queensland; Quichua-Ayars; Randall, Captain; Rangoon; Rano-raraku; Richardson; R'lyeh; R'lyehian; R'lyeh Text; Sacsahuaman; Sahara; Salapunco; Satan, Satanism; Sepik River; Shadow Over Innsmouth, The; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; Siddons; Simonds; Simplon-Orient; Singapore; Smith, Japhet; South; South America; Southern Cross; South Pacific; Spain, Spaniards, Spanish; star designs; star-stones; Sussex Manuscript; Tapa cloth; Tcho-Tcho people; tiki; Tonga Islands; tornasuk; Transylvania.; Tsathoggua; United States; University of Buenos Ayres; Vienna; Vigilant; Vordennes, (Sir) Cheever; Wiles; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Hastur - August W. Derleth, The Return of Hastur, in The Mask of Cthulhu. Jersey: Neville Spearman, 1974. 

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Haddon. References: Air Beings, air elementals; Aldebaran; Aldones; Alhazred, Abdul; Ancient Ones (2); Andromeda; Arkham; Arkham cemetary; Asia; Aylesbury Road; Azathoth; Betelgeuse; Bierce, Ambrose; Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; Book of Eibon; Boston; Boston Transcript; Call of Cthulhu, The; Carcosa; Chambers, Robert W; Chaugnar Faugn; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Devil Reef; Earth Beings; Elder Gods; Evil Ones; Fire Beings; Fomalhaut; Fungi from Yuggoth; Genesis; Haddon; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Hyades; Innsmouth; Innsmouth Turnpike; Ipswich; Ithaqua; Kadath; Leng, Plateau of; Lewiston House; Llanfer, Doctor; Lloigor; Lovecraft, H.P.; Mighty Messenger; Mi-Go; Miskatonic University; Miskatonic University library; myth-pattern; Necronomicon; N'gah-Kthun; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; Orion; Pleides; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Prinn, Ludvig; Providence author, a; R'lyeh Text; Sac Indian language; Sprague, Ephraim, Doctor; Tcho-Tcho people; Thale; Thibet, Thibetans; Tsathoggua; Tuttle, Amos; Tuttle, Paul; Tuttle house; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Von Junzt; Water Beings; Weird Tales; Wilton, Judge; Yellow Sign; Yog-Sothoth; Yuggoth; Zhar;

AWD Island - August W. Derleth, The Black Island, in The Trail of Cthulhu, Jersey: Neville Spearman, 1974.

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Horvath Blayne. References: Admiralities; Advocate, H.M.S.; Ajalon, valley of; Alaska; Alhazred, Abdul; Allen, Zadok; Amon, Temple of; Amos; Ancient Ones (2); Angkor-Vat; Annals of Cuauhtitlan; Arctic regions; Arkham; Asia; Asshurbanipal; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantis; atomic bomb; Australia; Azekah; Babylon; Bailey; Balearics; Batak dream music; Benton; Betelgeuse; Beth-Horon, battle of; Bible; Bikini; Black Island; Blayne, Arvold W; Blayne, Horvath; Blayne, Martha; Borneo; Boston; Boyd, Claiborne; Buddhism; Calcutta; Cambodia; Canada; Caravel, Henry; Carcassone; Caroline Islands; Celaeno; Celaeno Fragments; Christianity, Christian Mythos; Colum, Naylan; Columbus; Cook Island; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cthulhu Mythos; Cultes des Ghoules; Dagon Hall; Deep Ones; Deluge; d'Erlette, Comte; de Sahagun, Fra. Bernadino; Devil Reef; Door to Yhe; Easter Island; Egypt; Elder Gods; Europe; Fayum; Fisherman's God; footsteps; geometry, non-Euclidean or mystical; Gideon; Gilman; Gloucester; Great Old Ones; Greenbie, Alistair H; Gunders; Haida tribe; Hali, Lake of; Hamilton; Hastur; Hawaiians; Henderson; Him Who is to Come; Hinduism; Hiroshima; Holberg, Brigadier-General; Hong Kong; Indians (Native Americans); Indo-China; Indonesia; Innsmouth; Invocations to Dagon; Israel; Ithaqua; Japan, Japanese; Java; Johannsen narrative; Joshua; Karnak; Keane, Abel; Ketchikan; Khmer; Kuriles; Lascar sailors; Leopold; lizard figures; Lovecraft, H.P.; M; Malay States; Maori; Marquesas Islands; Marsh; Marshall Islands; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Marsh Refining Company; Mason; Massachusetts; Mayas; Melanesia; Melik; Mexico, Mexicans; Micronesia; Moon; Mu; Nahua Indians; Necronomicon; Neptune; New England; New Guinea; New Hebrides; New Zealand; Ninevah; North Pacific; Nyarlathotep; Old Testament; One Over All; Orion; Pacific Ocean; Papua; Papyrus Ipuwer; Persia; Phelan, Andrew; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Ponape; Popul-Vuh; Prince of Wales Island; Queensland; Rano-raraku; Rhineland; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; Sathanus; Senmut; Sepik River; Sereke, Satsume; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; Siam; Sign of Kish; Singapore; South Pacific; Spain, Spaniards, Spanish; star-stones; Sun; Tangaroa; Taurus; Thibet, Thibetans; tiki; Tlingit Indians; Tonga Islands; Topa cloth designs; Tsathoggua; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Vedas; Velikovsky; Venus; Venus Tablets; Visuddhi-Maga; Von Junzt; W; Waite; Waite, Abigail; Waite, Asaph; Waite, Horvath; Waite, John; Washington; Wayang shadow-play; Y'ha-nthlei; Yhe; Yog-Sothoth; Yohira; Yokahama; Zend-Avesta;

AWD Ithaqua - August W. Derleth, Ithaqua, in Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan and Bremer, 1992.   

Narrator: Third person, John Dalhousie, and James French. References: Asia; Brisbois, Father; Cold Harbor; Considine, (Constable) Robert; Cthulhu; Dalhousie, John; elementals; French, (Constable) James; Hastur; Indians (Native Americans); Ithaqua; Latin; Lloigor; Lucas, Henry; Manitoba; Margate, Randy; Navissa Camp; Olassie Trail; One Medicine Three-Hat; Royal Northwest Mounted Police; Satan, Satanism; Snow-Thing; Tcho-Tcho people; Telfer, Dr; Wind-Walker; Wind-Walker; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Keeper - August W. Derleth, The Keeper of the Key, in The Trail of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Nayland Colum. References: Abominable Mi-Go; Aden; Al-Azif; Aldebaran; Alhazred, Abdul; All-in-One and One-in-All; Ancient Ones (2); Andes; Arabia, Arabs; Arkham; Atlantis; Azathoth; Aztecs; Bibliotheque Nationale; Boyd, Claiborne; British Museum; Buenos Aires; Byakhee.; Carcosa; Celaeno; Christianity, Christian Mythos; City of Pillars; Colum, Naylan; Crimson Desert; crocodile-like beings; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cthulhu Mythos; Cultes des Ghoules; Dahna; Damqut; Deep Ones; Deluge; d'Erlette, Comte; Dunwich; Earth; Egypt; Elder Gods; Empty Space; five-pointed stones; footsteps; Goat with a Thousand Young; golden mead; Hali, Lake of; Harvard University; Hastur; Hyades; Hymarites; Incas; Innsmouth; Investigation Into the Myth-Patterns of Latterday Primitives With Especial Reference to the R'lyeh Text, An; Irem; Ithaqua; Kadath; Keane, Abel; Keeper of the Key; Khallikan, Ebn; Leng, Plateau of; leprechauns; Limehouse; Little People; Lloigor; London; Lovecraft, H.P.; Mareb; Massachusetts; Mediterranean; Mexico, Mexicans; Miskatonic University; Mongolia, Mongolians, Mongols, Mongoloids; Mu; Mukalla; Muscat; Nameless City; Nameless City denizens; Necronomicon; N'kai; Nyarlathotep; Oman; Orion; Peru; Phelan, Andrew; Pilgore, Henry; Pliny; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Princess Ellen; Red Sea; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; Roba el Khaliyeh; Robertson, Capt; Salalah; Sana; satyrs; Seal of Elder Gods; shantaks; shoggoths; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; Sign of Kish; Singapore; Soho; Somerset; Southhampton; South Pacific; star-stones; Suez; Taurus; Thibet, Thibetans; Tigris-Euphrates valley; Timna; Tsathoggua; Ubbo-Sathla; 'UMR AT-TAWIL; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; University of Buenos Ayres; Von Junzt; voormis; Wapping; Watchers on the Other Side; Waterloo Station; Wendigo; Whitechapel; Widener Library; Wind-Walker; Wind-Walker; wood nymphs; Wormius, Olaus; Y'ha-nthlei; Yog-Sothoth; Zhar;

AWD Lair - August W. Derleth, The Lair of the Star-Spawn, (with Mark Schorer), in Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan and Bremer, 1992.. 

Narrator: Eric Marsh. References: Alaozar; Ancient Ones (2); Bangka, village of; Betelgeuse; Burma and Burmese; China; Cthulhu; Dread, Lake of; Elder Gods; Elder Ones; E-poh; Fo-Lan, Dr; Great Old Ones; Hastur; Hawks Expedition; Hawks, Geoffrey; Ho-Nan province; India, Indians; Lloigor; London; Marsh, Eric; New York; Old Ones; Orion; Peiping; Rigel; R'lyeh; Shan-si, province of; star designs; Stars, Isle of the; Star-Warriors; Sung, Plateau of; Tcho-Tcho people; Tokyo; Zhar;

AWD Lair2 - August W. Derleth, The Lair of the Star-Spawn, (with Mark Schorer), in Colonel Markesan and Less Pleasant People. Includes refs to Hyades and Lake of Hali that are omitted from the text in Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan and Bremer, 1992.

References: Hali, Lake of; Hyades;

AWD Lamp - August W. Derleth, The Lamp of Alhazred, in The Watchers Out of Time.

References: Ad; Alhazred, Abdul; Ancient Ones (2); Angell Street; Arabia, Arabs; Arkham; Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; City of Pillars; Cold Waste; cosmology; Cthulhu; Devil Reef; Dunwich; Gloucester; Great Old Ones; Hadramant; Hali; Hastur; Hypnos; Innsmouth; Irem; Jadis; Kadath; Lamp of Alhazred; Leng, Plateau of; Miskatonic River; Mountains of Madness; Nameless City; Nentaconhaunt; Nyarlathotep; Phillips, Ward; Phillips, Whipple; Plainfield Pike; Polynesia; R'lyeh; Salem; Sanscript; Seekonk River; Shedad; Shub-Niggurath; Strange High House in the Mist; Tasm; Thamood; Yog-Sothoth; Yuggoth;

AWD Lurker - August W. Derleth, The Lurker at the Threshold, in The Watchers Out of Time.

(Also available in The Lurker at the Threshold, as by H. P. Lovecraft and August Derleth, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2003.)

References: Abominable Mi-Go; Aklo language; Al-Azif; Aldebaran; Alhazred, Abdul; All-in-One and One-in-All; Ancient Ones (2); Antarctica; Antares; Arcturus; Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Arkham Gazette; Arnold, Dorothy; Ars Magna et Ultima; Artephous; Asia; astrology; Atlach-Nacha; Atlantic Ocean; Atlantis; Atlas; Aylesbury Pike; Azathoth; Baptist Church; Bates, Stephen; Bathurst, Benjamin; Battle Creek; Betelgeuse; Bibliotheque Nationale; Bierce, Ambrose; Billington, Alijah Phineas; Billington, Laban; Billington, Lavinia; Billington, Richard; Billington's Wood; Birmingham; Bishop family; Bishop, Jonathon; Bishop, Mis' (Mrs.); Black Goat of the Woods, Black Goat with a Thousand Young, Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young; Book of Dzyan; Book of the Damned; Boston; Bowen, Olney; Bradford, Mr; British Museum; Buenos Aires; Buschof; Cairo; Cambridge; Candlemas; Capella; Carcosa; Caroline, H.M.S.; Caroline Islands; Castor; Celaeno Fragments; Chaugnar Faugn; Chian language; Chicago Tribune; Chimu civilization; China; Church, Sherman; City of Pillars; Clavis Alchimiae; Cold Waste; College Street; Corey, Wilbur; Corey family; Cornwall; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Curwen Street; Dagon; Damascus; Dean's Corners; Death-Walker; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Dewart, Ambrose; Dewart, Mrs; Dhol Chants; dholes; Dhols; Dolgovdi; Doten family; Doten, Goodwife; Doten, John; Druids; Druven, John; Dunstable; Dunwich; Duxbury; Easter Island; Elder Gods; Elder Sign (2); England; Fludd; Fomalhaut; Fort, Charles; France; Francis, Emperor; French Hill; Frye, Mrs; Gaunts; Germany; ghasts; Giles; Giles, Mis' (Mrs.); Glyu-Vho; Gnoph-Hek; Great Bear; Great Old Ones; Great Race; Gugs; Hali, Lake of; Hallow's Eve; Harper, Armitage, Dr; Hastur; Hawaiians; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Hotel Miskatonic; Hounds of Tindalos; Hyades; Ib; Inganok; Innsmouth; Investigation Into the Myth-Patterns of Latterday Primitives With Especial Reference to the R'lyeh Text, An; Iowa; Irem; Ithaka; Ithaqua; Java; Kadath; Key of Wisdom; Kimmich; Kingsport; K'n-yan; Kythanil; Lamah, Tribes of; Lapham, Seneca, Dr; Leander, H.M.S; Leng, Plateau of; leprechauns; Liber Ivonis; Liers-in-Wait; Lima, University of; Little People; Lloigor; Lloyathic game; Loegar; London; Lord of the Great Abyss; Lully, Raymond; Luther; Lyonesse; Magnus, Albertus; Manuxet river; Mao game(s); Massachusetts; Master, the; Mayas; Mexico, Mexicans; Michigan; Middle Temple Lane; Mi-Go; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University; Misquamacus; Missouri; Mnar; Monthly Weather Review; Mu; Naacal Language; Nanset indians; Narragansett; Necronomicon; Nerft; New Dunnich; New Lands; New Plymouth; N'gai; Ngranek, Mt.; Nhhngr; N'kai; Nyarlathotep; nymphs; Of Evill Sorceries in New-England of Daemons in no Humane Shape; Old Ones; Ooth-Nargai, Valley of; Orion; Osborn, Jason; Ossadagowah; Paracelsus; Paris; Perlburg; Peru; Phillips, (Rev.) Ward; Phillips, Winfield; Pillitsfer; Place of Dagon; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Pnath, vale of; Pollux; Ponape; Prinn, Ludvig; Quamis; Quetzalcoatl; Randle Place; Rhan-Tegoth; River Street; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; Rome, Romans; Roodemas; Rowley ragstones; Russia; Sac Prairie; Sadogowah; San Marcos; Sarnath; Saturn; satyrs; Sawyer, Sally; Seth; Seven Cryptical Books of Hsan; shantak-birds; shoggoths; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; Sign, the; Sign of Kish; Sirius; Sodagui; Spring Glen road; star-stones; Supply, U.S.S; Tcho-Tcho people; Thaumaturgical Prodigies in the New-English Canaan; Throk; Titans; Trenton; Trismegistus, Hermes; Tsathoggua; Tsath-yo; Tyndal; Tyndal, Jebediah; Ubbo-Sathla; Ulthar; 'UMR AT-TAWIL; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; University of Buenos Ayres; Valusia; Vatican Library; Vienna; Von Junzt; voormis; Wadham, Leonard; Wampanaug indians; Waterbury, Lew; Wendigo; West Indies; Westripp, Deliverance; Whateley; Whateley, Lem; Widener Library; Windeego; Wisconsin River; Woleverhampton; Wormius, Olaus; Y'ha-nthlei; Yhe; Yig; Yith; Yog-Sothoth; Yoth; Yr; Yuggoth; Zhar; Zhothaqquah; Zothique;

AWD Middle - August W. Derleth, The Horror from the Middle Span, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: Ambrose Bishop. References: Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Aylesbury Pike; Azathoth; Beelzebub; Belial; Bishop, Ambrose; Bishop, Peter; Bishop, Septimus; Bishop, William; Bowen, Asenath; Brown, Asenath; Cole, Howard; Crary Road; Cthulhu; Dho-Hna formula; Dunning, Abraham, Reverend; Dunwich; Elder Sign (2); England; Frye, Seth; Harvard University; Hastur; Haunter of the Dark; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Houghton, John, Sheriff; inner city at the magnetic pole; London; Massachusetts; Miskatonic River; New York; Nhhngr; Providence; Round Mountain; Sawyer, Harold; Shining Trapezohedron; Shub-Niggurath; Sign, the; Starry Wisdom; star-stones; Whateley, Tobias; Whateley, Wilbur;

AWD OutThere - August W. Derleth, Something from Out There, in August Derleth, The Cthulhu Mythos, New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1997. Also in Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors, New York: Bonanza Books, 1988.

Narrator: Dr. William Currie. References: Ancient Ones (2); Augustine, St.; Cathedrals of England; Clithanus; Cloy family; Confessions of Clithanus, Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus; Cotton, Jeremy; Cramton, Old; Cthulhu; Cthulhu Mythos fiction; Currie, (Dr.) William; Elder Gods; Green, Herbert; Hemery, Soames; Hydestall; Kopps, Henry; Latin; Lynwold; Malvern-by-the-Sea; Malvern, Geoffrey; Malvern, Lord; Necronomicon; Older Gods; R'lyeh; Ryah; Ryche; Slade, John; Something from Out There; star-stones; Vernon, Duncan; Von Junzt; Wayne, Jasper;

AWD Passing - August W. Derleth, The Passing of Eric Holm, in August Derleth, The Cthulhu Mythos, New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1997. Also in Dwellers in Darkness, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1976.

References: Ancient Gods; Augustine, St.; Clithanus; Confessions of Clithanus, Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus; Cthulhu, spawn of; Fourth Avenue; Hekler, Johnny; Holm, Eric; Lansing, Jeremy; Latin; R'lyeh; Sanderton and Harker, Book Importers; Sanderton, Mr;

AWD Peabody - August W. Derleth, The Peabody Heritage, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: nameless. References: Anania; Balor; Beelzebub; Belial; Black Book; Black Man; Black Mass; Boston; Bouget; Canada; Cieciorka, Jon; Daemonialitas; De Natura Daemonum; Discours des Sorciers; Eunapius; France; Fuga Satanae; Hopkins, Ahab; Lusitania; Magnus, Olaus; Malleus Maleficarum; Massachusetts; New York; Peabody, Asaph; Peabody, Jebediah; Salem; Satan, Satanism; Sathanus; Sinistari; Stampa; Taylor, George; Vitae Sophistrarum; Walpurgis Night; Wilbraham; Wilbraham Gazette;

AWD Sandwin - August W. Derleth, The Sandwin Compact, in The Mask of Cthulhu.

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: David. References: Alhazred, Abdul; Ambrose; Ancient Gods; Ancient Ones (2); Arctic regions; Arcturus; Arkham; Asia; astrology; Aylesbury Road; Beethoven; Betelgeuse; Book of Eibon; Boston; Cthulhu; David (Dave); Devil Reef; Easter Island; Egypt; Elder Gods; Fifth Symphony; five-pointed stones; Hali; Hastur; Hawaiians; Ho-Nan province; Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Leng, Plateau of; Lloigor; Miskatonic University; myth-pattern; Necronomicon; New England; Pacific Ocean; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); R'lyeh Text; Samarkand; Sandwin, Asa; Sandwin, Eldon; Sandwin-by-the-Sea; Sandwin House; star-stones; Sung, Plateau of; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Transcript; Tsathoggua; Tuttle house; Ulysses; Venusberg music; whippoorwills; Yog-Sothoth; Zhar;

AWD Seal - August W. Derleth, The Seal of R'lyeh, in The Mask of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Marius Phillips. References: Abominable Snow-Men; Acquarius; Alhazred, Abdul; All-in-One and One-in-All; Ancient Ones (2); Antarctica; Arkham; Asia; Atlantic Ocean; Azarael; Azathoth; Aztecs; Barlow, Robert; Beelzebub; Book of Eibon; Boston; China; Christian Trinity; Clarke, Asa; continental shelf; Cory; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; Devil Reef; dholes; Dumas; Dunwich; Easter Island; Elder Gods; elementals; Emma; Fort, Charles; Great Old Ones; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Him Who Will Rise Again; Him Who Lies Dreaming; Howard, Robert E.; Huron, Lake; Hyades; Incas; Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Japan, Japanese; Johansen, Gustaf; Kadath; Leng, Plateau of; Lloigor; Lovecraft, H.P.; Marquesas Islands; Marsh; Marsh, Ada.; Marsh Drift; Marsh, (Capt.) Obadiah; Massachusetts; Mayas; Mephistopheles; mermaids; Messenger of the Gods; Michigan, Lake; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University; Mongolia, Mongolians, Mongols, Mongoloids; Morton, (Captain); National Geographic; Necronomicon; Nichols, Dale; Northwest Coast; Ohio; Orient; Pacific Ocean; Phillips; Phillips, Ada; Phillips, (First Mate) Cyrus Alcott; Phillips, (Rev.) Jabez Lovell; Phillips, Jared; Phillips, Marius; Phillips, Sylvan; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Ponape; Quetzalcoatl; R'lyeh; Rogers Clarke; Sathanus; Seal of R'lyeh; shantaks; Shub-Niggurath; Singapore; Times; Star-Treader, The; Sussex Fragments; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Vermont; Von Junzt; Wendigo; Wind-Walker; Wilmarth, Albert N; Wind-Walker; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Shuttered - August W. Derleth, The Shuttered Room, in The Watchers Out of Time.

References: Alizah, Cousin; Allen, Zadok; Ariah, Cousin; Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Aylesbury Transcript; Bethnall, Professor; Bishop family; Bishop, Mis'; Boston; Cairo; Columbia; Corey, Mis'; Cthulhu; Dagon; Deep Ones; Devil Reef; Dunwich; Gilman, Dr; Hetta; Innsmouth; Kingsport; Lang, Luke; London; Marsh; Marsh, Mrs; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Marsh, Ralsa; Marsh, Rowley, Dr; Martin; Massachusetts; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University; Newburyport; Order of Dagon Hall; Polynesia; Ponape; R; Round Mountain; Sawyer, John; Sawyer, Lutey; Sentinel Hill; Sentinel Stone; Sorbonne, the; South Pacific; Sumatra Queen, Sumatry Queen; Whateley, Abner; Whateley, Jeremiah; Whateley, Julia; Whateley, Lavinia (Lavinny); Whateley, Libby; Whateley, Luther; Whateley, Ralsa; Whateley, Sarah; Whateley, Tobias; Whateley, Wilbur; Whateley, Zebulon; Whitman, Walt; Wilkerson, Ada; Willie, Howard;

AWD Six - August W. Derleth, The Adventure of the Six Silver Spiders, in The Memoirs of Solar Pons, New York: Pinnacle Books, 1975.

References: Alhazred, Abdul; Arkham; Bibliotheque Nationale; Cultes des Ghoules; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; France; Guillaume, Paul; Harvard University; Liber Ivonis; Madrid; Massachusetts; Miskatonic University library; Necronomicon; Paris; Pickman, Richard Upton; Pons, Solar; Prague; Prinn, Ludvig; Rome, Romans; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Von Junzt; Voyonnes; Widener Library; Wormius, Olaus;

AWD Sky - August W. Derleth, The Watcher from the Sky, in The Trail of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Abel Keane. References: Adams; Air, Lords of; Aldebaran; Alhazred, Abdul; Allen, Zadok; Ancient Ones (2); Arkham; Atlantic Ocean; Betelgeuse; Boston; Brier, Mrs.; Broad St; Byakhee.; Cambridge; Celaeno; Celaeno Fragments; Central America; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Cthulhu in the Necronomicon; Curwen Street; Dagon; Deep Ones; Devil Reef; dholes; Earth Creature; Easter Island; Elder Gods; Elder Ones; elementals; Eliot; Esoteric Order of Dagon; Fire-Being; First National grocery store; footsteps; Gilman; Gilman House; golden mead; golden pellets; Great Old Ones; Hali, Lake of; Hammond's Drug Store; Hastur; Hendreson, Mr.; Him Who is Not to Be Named; Hyades; Incas; Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Keane, Abel; Lafayette St; Llanfer, Doctor; Lloigor; Lords of Air; Manuxet river; Market Square; Marsh; Marsh; Marsh, Ahab; Marsh, (Miss) Aliza; Marsh, (Miss) Ethlai; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Marsh Refining Company; Masonic Hall; Massachusetts; Mayas; Miskatonic University library; Mnar; Necronomicon; Newburyport; New Church Green; New Hampshire; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; openings; Order of Dagon Hall; Orne; Pacific Ocean; Peabody; Peru; Phelan, Andrew; Philistines; Pleides; Ponape; Red Sea; R'lyeh; R'lyeh Text; Satan, Satanism; shoggoths; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Shub-Niggurath; star-stones; Taurus; Tcho-Tcho people; Thoreau Drive; Valusia; voormis; Waite; Washington Street; Water-Being; Widener Library; Wilken; Wilken, Amos and John; Wilken, Jed; Williamson; Y'ha-nthlei; Zhar;

AWD Space - August W. Derleth, The Shadow Out of Space, in The Watchers Out of Time.

Narrator: Nathaniel Corey. References: Alhazred, Abdul; Ancient Ones (2); Angkor-Vat; angles, and angular time; Antarctica; Arabia, Arabs; Arctic Circle; Arkham; Azathoth; Aztecs; Bibliotheque Nationale; Boston; British Museum; Cairo; Celaeno Fragments; Cold Waste; Corey, Nathaniel; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Devil Reef; Dho formula; Dhol Chants; Egypt; Elder Gods; Great Race; Hali, Lake of; Hastur; Incas; Innsmouth; Johannsen narrative; Jupiter; Kadath; Larkin Institute; Letter, The; Liber Ivoris; London; Machu Pichu; Marquesas Islands; Mars; Massachusetts; Maugham, Somerset; Miskatonic Antarctic Expedition of 1930-31; Miskatonic University; Miskatonic University library; Mongolia, Mongolians, Mongols, Mongoloids; Mountains of Madness; Necronomicon; Northwest Coast Indians; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; Pacific Ocean; Paris; Peru; Piper, Abigail; Piper, Amos, Dr; Plowman, Piers; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Ponape; Prinn, Ludvig; R'lyeh; Rome, Romans; Seven Cryptical Books of Hsan; shantaks; star-stones; Taurus; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; United States; Venus; Vienna; Von Junzt; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Spawn - August W. Derleth, Spawn of the Maelstrom, in Colonel Markesan and Less Pleasant People

Narrator: Bassett. References: Bassett; British Museum; Dover; Drayton Hall; Drayton, Lady; Earth; Elder Gods; England; Eton Club; five-pointed stones; France; Germany; Grant Park; Hardie, John, Sir; Kent; Lofoten Islands; London; Maelstrom, the; Melcombe House; Norway; Paris; Scotland Yard; Selfridge's; Spawn of the Maelstrom; star-stones; Sullatt; Vomma; Warwick, Jason; Warwickshire;

AWD Survivor - August W. Derleth, The Survivor, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: Atwood, Alijah. References: Abominable Snow-Men; Alligator; Alligator man; Arkham; Arkham Gazette; Atwood, Alijah; Aylesbury Transcript; Baker & Greenbaugh; Balacz family; Banfort; Barnes Street; Bayonne; Benefit Street; Bishop, Henry; Blackwood, Algernon; Brontosaurus; Caronmandall Coast; Charleston; Charriere house; Charriere, Jean-Francois, Dr; Cobbett, Hepzibah, Mrs; Crocodylus; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Daemonolatreia; Dagon; Deep Ones; De Furtivus Literarum Notis; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Devil Reef; Egypt; Elder Gods; Eliot; French Indo-China; Gaiman; Gamwell; Gavialis; Gilman; Goade, Aseph; Hastur; Hivaoa Island; India, Indians; Innsmouth; Journal of American Folklore; Jurassic period; Kryptographik; Kwakiutl Indians; London; Loricata; Marquesas Islands; Marsh; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Megalosaurus; Mesozoic; New England; New Orleans; Northwest Coast Indians; Nyarlathotep; Old Ones; Osteolaemus; Paris; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Polynesia; Ponape; Pondicherry; Porta, Giambattista; Price, Jed; Prinn, Ludvig; Providence; Providence Journal; Quatsino Sound; Quebec; Remigius; Rhode Island; St. Augustine; Saurian Age, The; shantaks; Shub-Niggurath; Tcho-Tcho people; Thicknesses; Tlingit Indians; Tomistoma; Tyrannosaurus; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; vodu; Von Junzt; Waite; Wiseman, Richard; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Those - August W. Derleth, Those Who Seek, in In Lovecraft's Shadow. Shelbourne, Ontario and Sauk City, Wisconsin: Mycroft & Moran, 1998.

Protagonist: Phillips, Jason. References: Arnsley; God of Blood ; God of Life; Leveredge, Lord; Phillips, Jason; Richards, Father; Wallington;

AWD Valley - August W. Derleth, The House in the Valley, in The Mask of Cthulhu

Narrator: Jefferson Bates. References: Abominable Snow-Men; Aldebaran; Ancient Ones (2); Arctic Circle; Arkham; Asia; Atlantic Ocean; Aylesbury Pike; Azathoth; Bates, Jefferson; Betelgeuse; Bishop family; Bishop, Seth; Boston; Bowden; Bowden, Amos; Cold Waste; Cthulhu; Deep Ones; Devil Reef; dholes; Dunwich; Elder Gods; Elder Seal; Great Old One; Great Old Ones; Hastur; Hyades; Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Kadath; Kingston; Lloigor; Lovecraft, H.P.; Marsh; Marsh, (Captain) Obed; Marsh, Obed; Massachusetts; Miskatonic University library; More; Nicholson, Brent; Nyarlathotep; octopus-like entities; Pennsylvania; Perkins; Perkins, Bud; Ponape; Rick's Lake; R'lyeh; Satan, Satanism; Seth Bishop, His Book; Seventh Book of Moses; Shub-Niggurath; Vermont; Wisconsin; Yog-Sothoth; Zhar;

AWD Watchers - August W. Derleth, The Watchers Out of Time, in The Watchers Out of Time.

References: Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Armitage, Henry, Dr.; Aylesbury; Aylesbury Pike; Aylesbury Transcript; Azazel; Beacon Street; Beelzebub; Belial; Bishop family; Bishop; Bishop, Blessed; Bishop, Elizabeth; Boston; Boyle, Ambrose; Boyle, Monahan, Prescott, & Bigelow; Boyle, Stephen; Brown, Increase; Buzrael; Concord; Congregational Church; Cornwall; Dean's Corners; Devon; Dickens, Charles; Dunwich; England; Glover, Dudley Ropes; Hoadley, Abijah, Reverend; Hoag family; Hoag, Jeptha, Reverend; Marsh; Marsh, Edward; Marsh, Ralsa; Massachusetts; Methodist Church; Miskatonic River; Miskatonic University; Miskatonic University library; New York; Orme, Edward, Sir; Paul, Clifford; Round Mountain; Sentinel Hill; Springfield; Springfield Republican; Stonehenge; Surrey; Walden Pond; Walters, Charles; Walters, Nicholas; Whateley; Whateley, Aberath; Whateley, Abner; Whateley, Cyrus; Whateley, Lavinia (Lavinny); Whateley, Tobias; Whateley, Wilbur; Worcester;

AWD Wentworth - August W. Derleth, Wentworth's Day, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: Fred Hadley. References: Aniquel; Arkham; Arkham Advertiser; Aziel; Barbuel; Boston; Dunwich; Hadley, Fred; Hexerei; Marbuel; Massachusetts; Mather, Cotton; Mephistopheles; Seventh Book of Moses; Stark, Abel; Stark, Amos; Stark, Dewey; Stark, Ella; Stark, Molly; Wentworth, Genie; Wentworth, Nahum; Whateley, Clem; whippoorwills;

AWD Whippoorwills - August W. Derleth, The Whippoorwills in the Hills, in The Mask of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.)

Narrator: Dan Harrop. References: Ancient Ones (2); Arkham; Ars Magna et Ultima; Aylesbury; Aylesbury Pike; Baxter, John and Andrew; Begbie, Curtis and Annie; Boston; Chosen Ones; City of Pillars; City under the Desert; Cold Waste; Corey, Lute and Jethro; Cthulhu; Cultes des Ghoules; Deep Ones; d'Erlette, Comte; De Vermis Mysteriis; Dhols; Dunwich; Elder Gods; Elder Things, polypous; Fifth House; Flora; Gates; Gaunts; Giles, Lem, Abbey, Arthur, Albert (Bert), and Virginia; Giles' brook; Great Old Ones; Great Ones; Great Race; Guardian of the Threshold; Gugs; Hallow's Eve; Harrop, Abel; Harrop, Dan; Harrop house; Harrop's Pocket; Hastur; Hester; Hough, Laban, Susie, Peter, and Lavinia (Vinnie); Hough, sister; Hutchins, Hester, Josephine, and Amelia; Irem; Ithaqua; Jupiter; Kadath; Keeper of the Gate; Kingsport; Leng, Plateau of; Lully, Raymond; Lurker at the Threshold; Mars; Massachusetts; Mi-Go; Necronomicon; Ninth Verse; Nyarlathotep; Old Farmer's Almanac; Old Ones; Osborn, Clem and Marie; Pentagram of Fire; Phillips, (Rev.) Ward; Pnakotic Manuscript(s); Portland; Prinn, Ludvig; R'lyeh; Roodemass; Saturn; shantaks; Sheriff; shoggoths; Shub-Niggurath; Sun; Tcho-Tcho people; Thaumaturgical Prodigies in the New-English Canaan; Trumbull, Jesse; Unaussprechlichen Kulten; Venus; Von Junzt; voormis; Whateley, Amos; Whateley, Old; Whateley, Seth, Emma, Willie, Mamie, and Ella; Whateley, Wilbur; Wheeler, Benjy; Wheeler, Rufus and family (Angeline, Perry, Nathaniel, Hester, Josephine, and Amelia); whippoorwills; Yith; Yog-Sothoth;

AWD Who - August W. Derleth, Who's Who entry for Solar Pons, quoted in "Forward" by Luther Norris to The Memoirs of Solar Pons, New York: Pinnacle Books, 1975. Previously appeared in A Solar Pons Dossier, Sauk City: Mycroft and Moran, 1968.

References: Cthulhu; Examination of the Cthulhu Cult and Others, An; Inquiry into the Nan-Matal Ruins of Ponapae, An; Ponape; Pons, Solar;

AWD Wind - August W. Derleth, The Thing that Walked on the Wind, in August Derleth, The Cthulhu Mythos, New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1997.

(Also in Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos, ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan and Bremer, 1992.)

Narrator: John Dalhousie. References: Africa; Air Beings, air elementals; Ancient Ones (2); Antarctica; Baghdad; Blackwood, Algernon; Burma and Burmese; Canada; Cthulhu; Dalhousie, John; Death-Walker; elementals; England; God of the Winds; Herrick, Peter; Impi; Italy, Italians; Ithaqua; Jamison, Dr; Latin; Lebanon; Leng, Plateau of; Lhassa; Lord of the Winds; Lovecraft, H.P.; Macdonald, James; Manitoba; Masitte; Masitte, Irene; Navissa Camp; Navissa Daily; Nelson; Norris, (Constable) Robert; Olassie Trail; Quebec University; R'lyeh; Royal Northwest Mounted Police; Russia; Sahara; Siberia.; Spencer, Dr; Stillwater; Tcho-Tcho people; Thibet, Thibetans; Wentworth, Allison; Wind-Walker;

AWD Witches - August W. Derleth, Witches' Hollow, in The Watchers Out of Time

Narrator: Mr. Williams. References: Abbot; Alhazred, Abdul; Allen; Ancient Ones (2); Arkham; Arkham Gazette; Azathoth; Brattleboro; Cthugha; Cthulhu; Dagon; Deep Ones; District Board of Education; District School Number Seven; Dunlock family; Dunlock, Wilbur; Dunwich; Elder Gods; Hali; Hastur; Hyades; Innsmouth; Ithaqua; Keane, Martin, Professor; Massachusetts; McGuffey's Eclectic Readers; Michigan; Miskatonic University library; Necronomicon; New England; Perkins; Potter, Andrew; Potter family; Potter, Wizard; Seal of R'lyeh; Shub-Niggurath; star-stones; Talbot family; Tcho-Tcho people; Vermont; Wendigo; Whateley; Whateley, Wizard; Williams, Mr; Witches' Hollow;

AWD Wood - August W. Derleth, Something in Wood, in The Mask of Cthulhu

(Also available in August Derleth, Quest for Cthulhu, New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.

Narrator: Pinckney. References: Ahapi; Ahmnoida; Arkham; Atlantic Ocean; Blantanovich; Bogdoga, Oscar; Boston; Boston Dial; Bursa-DeKoyer, Madame; Cambridge; Caroline Islands; Cthulhu; de Neuvalet, Corydon; Devil Reef; Druids; Elder God; Elder Gods; Epstein; Fifth Avenue; Fradelitski; Great Old Ones; Harris; Hoebel, Franz; Innsmouth; King's Lane; Limehouse; London; Massachusetts; Mayas; Mestrovic; Miskatonic University library; New York; Orwell, George; Penitentes; Peru; Pinckney; Ponape; Portland; R'lyeh; Sea God: Ponape Origin; Shrewsbury, (Prof.) Laban; Smith, Clark Ashton; South Pacific; Symphony Number 3; Veilain; Vermeer; Wecter, Jason; Widener Library;
 


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Quest for Cthulhu

August Derleth / Paperback / Published 2000. "Brilliantly imagined by the late H. P. Lovecraft, the mythical cycle of Cthulhu is expanded and enriched in this one-volume edition of tales that only August Derleth, Lovecraft's friend and publisher, could have produced. With the marvelously inventive novel The Trail of Cthulhu and the six remarkable stories of mythic horror included in The Mask of Cthulhu, Derleth maps the strange destinies intertwined in the quest for the ancient god Cthulhu." —The Preface.  Click here for pricing and ordering information.
 

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