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He recalled the dire and incredible tales of the fabled elder gods in the Book of
Eibon and the frightful allusions in the Necronomicon. Dread Cthulhu, the
unspeakable practices of the Tsathoggua cult, and the revolting habits of fiendish
Avaloth... A bleak, uneasy sense of foreboding settled on his spirits.
-From "The Warder of Knowledge"
RFS Casket - Richard F. Searight, The Sealed Casket, in Crypt of Cthulhu #10, 1982.
References: Alu-Tor, coffer of; Avaloth; Clark, Wesson; Elder Time; Eltdown Shards; Italy, Italians; Martucci; Martucci, Nonna; Oris, Om; Simpkins;
RFS Mists - Richard F. Searight, Mists of Death #2, in Crypt of Cthulhu #82, Hallowmas 1992.
(This version is a fragment. Another version of this story, completed by Franklyn Searight, can be found in Acolytes of Cthulhu, ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 2000.)
Narrator: Mr. Winston. References: Bentley, (Professor); Church, Dr; Eltdown Shards; Elton, (Professor); Jenkins, Mr; Kent, Josh.; Ogilvie; Oris, Om; Somesville road; Vito.; Winston, Mr; Wolf Lake; Zubnian;
RFS Warder - Richard F. Searight, The Warder of Knowledge, in Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos,
ed. Robert M. Price, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1992.
References: Abominable Snow-Men; Aeneas.; Alhazred, Abdul; Amharic; Arabic; Assyrians, Assyria; Atlantis; Avaloth; Babylon; Beloin University; Book of Eibon; Carr, Dr; Cthulhu; Cthulhu, spawn of; Dalton, Dr; Egypt; elder gods; Eltdown Shards; Greece, Greeks or Greecians; Huessman, Mrs; Lemuria; Mi-Go; Mu; Necronomicon; Old Ones; R'lyeh; Rome, Romans; shoggoths; Triassic period; Tsathoggua; Turkoff, Prof; Warder of Knowledge; Whitney, (Doctor) Gordon; Woodford, Dr;
||Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos
Robert M. Price (Editor) / Hardcover / Published 1992. The Thing on the Roof, Robert E. Howard; The Fire of Asshurbanipal, Robert E. Howard; The Seven Geases, Clark Ashton Smith; Fane of the Black Pharoah, Robert Bloch; The Invaders, Henry Kuttner; Bells of Horror, Henry Kuttner; The Thing That Walked On the Wind, August Derleth; Ithaqua, August Derleth; The Lair of the Star-Spawn, August Derleth & Mark Schorer; The Lord of Illusion, E. Hoffman Price; The Warder of Knowledge, Richard F. Searight; The Scourge of B'Moth, Bertram Russell; The House of the Worm, Mearle Prout; Spawn of the Green Abyss, C. Hall Thompson; The Guardian of the Book, Henry Hasse; The Abyss, Robert A. W. Lowndes; Music of the Stars, Duane W. Rimel; The Acquarium, Carl Jacobi; The Horror Out of Lovecraft, Donald A. Wollheim; To Arkham and the Stars, Fritz Leiber. Preface by Robert Bloch; Introduction by Robert M. Price. Click here for pricing and ordering information.
Acolytes of Cthulhu
Edited by Robert M. Price / Hardcover. Tentacular fiction abounds in Bob Price's new mythos anthology, which assembles twenty-five rare mythos tales, dating from the Thirties through the Nineties, from writers as diverse as Jorges Luis Borges, Gustav Meyrink, Manly Wade Wellman, and Neil Gaiman. Gahan Wilson provides the cover art. Contents: Doom of the House of Duryea, by Earl Pierce; The Seventh Incantation, by Joseph Payne Brennan; Black Noon, by Clifford M. Eddy; The Letters of Cold Fire, by Manly Wade Wellman; Horror at Vecra, by Henry Hasse; Out of the Jar, by Charles A. Tanner; The Earth Brain, by Edmund Hamilton; Legacy in Crystal, by James Causey; The Will of Claude Ashur, by C. Hall Thompson; The Final War, by David H. Keller; The Dunstable Horror, by Arthur Pendragon; The Crib of Hell, by Arthur Pendragon; The Last Work of Pietro of Apono, by Steffan B. Aletti; The Eye of Horus, by Steffan B. Alletti; Mythos, by John S. Glasby; There Are More Things, by Jorges Luis Borges; The Horror out of Time, by Randall Garrett; The Recurring Doom, by S. T. Joshi; Necrotic Knowledge, by Dirk W. Mosig; Night Bus, by Donald R. Burleson; The Pewter Ring, by Peter H. Cannon; John Lehman Alone, by David Kaufman; The Purple Death, by Gustav Meyrink; Mists of Death, by Richard F. and Frank Searight; Shuggoths Old Peculiar, by Neil Gaiman. Click here for pricing and ordering information.
||A Cthulhu Mythos Bibliography & Concordance
By Chris Jarocha-Ernst. An indispensible resource for Cthulhu Mythos readers, writers and scholars, "A Cthulhu Mythos Bibliography & Concordance" includes more than 2600 works cited by author and title, with original bibliographic data and a detailed concordance of Mythos terms, citing which stories they appear in. If you want to find a story, all the works of a particular author, or every story that mentions dread Cthulhu, "A Cthulhu Mythos Bibiography & Concordance" is the reference work you've been looking for. Recommended. Click here for pricing and ordering information.