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DW - Donald Wandrei

Yet sleep I must, like all mortal men. And what shall I say of those darker dreams, those fantasmal processions that did not and do not correspond with any knowledge I possess? What of the city beneath the sea, all of vermillion marble and corroded bronze, in whose queerly curved geometry rest the glowing configurations of things that earth never bore? What of the whisperer in darkness, and the call of Cthulhu? I saw the seven deaths of Commoriom, and the twenty-three sleepers where Hali raises its black spires in Carcosa. Who else has witnessed the dead titans waken, or the color out of space, or the ichor of stone gods?
-From "The Lady in Gray"

DW Lady - Donald Wandrei, The Lady in Gray, in Don't Dream, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1997.

Narrator: Nameless. References: Afterglow Cemetary; Carcosa; Colour Out of Space; Commoriom; Cthulhu; Hali; Miriam; old ones; R'lyeh; Whisperer in Darkness, the ;

DW Fire2 - Donald Wandrei, The Fire Vampires, in Don't Dream, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1997.

Note: This story has no direct links with first generation Mythos stories, but is included here because the fire vampires are referenced in works by later Mythos writers.

Narrator: Marsdale, Alyn. References: Antares; Arver, Hugh; Dark Star; fire vampires; Fthaggua; Gruno, Alex; Hanby, John; Hoy, Tsin Lo; Ktynga; Marsdale, Alyn; Norby, Gustav; Pletzka's force tube; United Federation of Nations; Wilson, Mount;

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