Transylvania. HPL Case (page ref lost)
Synonym for: Hutchinson, Edward.
HPL Call 148.
Providence. HPL Case 128, 132.
AWD Hastur narrator 1-33, name mentioned 5 & 8-10 & 12-13 & 15-16 & 19 & 24-25, 27, 30-31; reads (Boston?) Transcript and passes through Arkham on the way to Tuttle house 22, of Boston 6 & 23.
Of Boston. AWD Wentworth (narrator) 171.
Cited in salutation HPL Case 197.
Valley of, by the Nile HPL Outsider 52. Incl. catacombs of Nephren-Ka.
Place in Arabia. AWD Lamp, Irem said to be near ___249.
HPL Herbert 134.
AWD Island 179.
HPL Medusa 171-173, 177-179, 181-182, 184, 186, 188-194, 196-197, 200.
AB Haita 527-532.
RB Serpents 258-266.
CJ Acquarium 303.
DWR Music savage music used to summon evil gods 294.
Of Bristol, and later of London. Killed apparently by an undersea creature in the collection of the late Horatio Lear. CJ Acquarium 301-305, 307-309.
DW Lady 105.
Richard L. Tierney, letter in Crypt of Cthulhu #75, states that a Hali ben Khaledoun is referenced in Sir Walter Scott's The Surgeon's Daughter; suggests that Hali is an early English variant spelling of the Arab name 'Ali; states that John Dee's library had a book by Haly named De Judicius Astrorum; and suggests that this Haly might be the same as Khalid ibn Yazid, who translated Greek alchemical works into Arabic, and wrote Liber Secretorum Artis.
HPL Whisperer 223.
JVS Dead 34.
HPL Man 207.
RB Notebook 232, 236, 238-239, 241-242, 244.
JVS Dead 28, 31-33.
See also: ceremonial days.
RB Satan 17-18.
Synonym for: Hallowe'en.
HPL Case 151-152, 162.
Synonym for: Hallowe'en.
At Kingsport. HPL Doorstep 280.
Incl: Derby, Asenath.
Dean of Miskatonic University Medical School (ca. 1903). HPL Herbert 134, 139-141, 143.
A destroyer. AWD Island 205-207, 209-210.
Maine. Fifteen miles or so from the lodge of Graag. Harvey visited there. RAL Graag 14.
Market Square, Newburyport. HPL Innsmouth 305, 313.
AWD Clay Innsmouth area? 375.
Arkham. AWD Sky 61.
A god. RB Shambler dark Han 183.
DW Fire2 82. 84, 85, 87.
Of Partridgeville. FBL Hounds 85.
HPL Gates 426, 429-430.
London. CJ Acquarium 300, 301, 309.
Arkham. AWD Attic 308.
Arkham. AWD Attic 308, 310, 320, 324.
Of Providence. HPL Case 153, 175.
Servant of the Carters'--cook? HPL Silver 417.
China. REH Bear house of Yotai Yin is just outside Hankow 35, 36.
RB Philtre 293.
Boston. HPL Pickman 24.
RB Terror 219, (220), 221-223, 227-237, 239, 240, 243-245, 247-248, 250-251.
(mental hospital). HPL Rats 45.
Antehuman sorceror beneath Mt. Voormithadreth. CAS Seven 56, description 57-58, 59-60, 66.
Plainclothesman, Chicago. AWD Depths 233.
AWD Spawn 18-34.
Vermont. HPL Whisperer 209.
AWD Gorge 105.
Papeete mgr. HC Isle 161.
REH House 118.
Of Bellview (Virginia?). HPL Rats 33.
Village, Wisconsin. AWD Beyond2 154, 175.
Servant of Sir John Tremoth, Tremoth Hall. CAS Offspring (9-10), 12, 14, 16, 18-25.
Of Arkham. AWD Lurker 76-77, (78), 79-80, 110-112, 119-120.
Of Massachusetts. AWD Fisherman 292-293.
Composer, Symphony Number 3. AWD Wood 76, 79.
FBL Hills (page ref lost).
Employee of Manhattan Museum of Fine Arts, who takes casts. FBL Hills 266.
Old Dethshill Cemetary. JVS Dead 37.
AWD Whippoorwills 34-37, 39-40, 43, 46, 51-55, 58, 64.
AWD Whippoorwills narrator 34-71, named 40 & 45 & 62.
Aylesbury Pike, seven miles from Arkham. AWD Whippoorwills description 34-35.
Not a proper name; description of area of Harrop house. AWD Whippoorwills 37-39, Harrop's Valley 52, 54-55, 64, 67, 70.
English school attended by Lord Northam. HPL Descendant 359.
Of Providence. HPL Case 169, 176, 228-229.
Stayed with Paulsen, Roche, & Hank Klarner at the cottage of the late sorcerer Graag, near the hamlet of the dog, Maine. Possibly a writer of horror tales. Present at the unearthing of the remains of the Other. Subsequently shriveled, looking mummy-like, and died from the curse called the mantle of the sorceror. RAL Graag 12-15.
Of New York and Monk's Hollow. HK Frog (protagonist) 106-114, 116-123.
HPL Dunwich 185.
Incl: Bishop, Septimus.
Explored the district of the hamlet of the dog, saw Graag's lodge, and talked with the Captain about events 20 years back. Was present at the cave mouth when his friends Paulsen, Roche, Frank Hartley, and Hank Klarner uncovered the remains of the Other. Possibly fell victim, like them, to the curse called the mantle of the sorcerer. RAL Graag (narrator) 12, 15.
Of New Paltz. HPL Man 209.
A person. RB Faceless 35, 38.
A deity. Hastur is apparently an enemy of the Outer Ones; thus, a cult of humans associated with Hastur and the Yellow Sign is devoted to tracking down the Outer Ones and injuring them [HPL Whisperer 223].
AB Haita 527-528, 531.
AWD Beyond2 161, 165, 170; Island 180, 182, H. (192), 197, ally of Cthugha against Cthulhu and Ithaqua 198; Curwen 17, 20-21, half-brother of Cthulhu 31, 44, 46; Dweller 127, bat-like followers 133; Gable 207, 209; Gorge 122, 126, 131; Depths 235, spawn of 240, 251; Ithaqua 112-114; Keeper 141, 144, 150, 160; Lair 125-126; Lamp the Unspeakable 255; Lurker 124, 133; Middle 359; Hastur of beings who stalk the star-spaces (Air Beings?) 12, =Him Who is Not to be Named 12, 13, 15, 21, 26-27, 33; Sandwin co-leader of forces of air 105; Seal 159-160, 162, 176; Sky 59, 68-69, 86; Space of the Ancient Ones 238-239; Survivor 162; Valley 127, 134, banished to black star near Aldebaran 135; Whippoorwills 50; Witches 301.
HH Guardian 299.
JVS Dead 34.
Compare with: Magnum Innominandum.
AWD Depths spawn of 240.
Wrentham. HPL Case 152.
A village, of dreamlands. HPL Cats traders of Hatheg told of the law in Ulthar against killing cats 58; Other neighbors Ulthar, Hatheg-Kla 128, 129, men of Hatheg climb Hatheg-Kla to search for Barzai 131, people of Hatheg fear eclipses since night Barzai disappeared on Hatheg-Kla 132; Kadath 310, 325.
Of dreamlands.HPL Kadath 311-312, 399; Other in stony desert beyond Hatheg 128, thirteen days walk from Hatheg 129, Barzai and Atal make ill-fated ascent 129-131, 50 cubit wide symbol appears, similar to one in Pnakotic Manuscripts 131, gods of earth still visit 132; Mist 282.
One of the forms of Nyarlathotep. HPL Haunter 103, 106, avatar of Nyalathotep 114.
RB Steeple 213-215, 225, 227-229.
AWD Middle 359.
Synonym for: Nyarlathotep.
By H. P. Lovecraft. RB Steeple 212.
REH Ring 62, appearance described (59, 64).
HPL Case 131.
HPL Case 122.
Of London, printer of Chronicles of Captain Elias Godsworthy, His Trips & Explorations upon the Continent of North America. RB Satan 5.
HPL Aeons A swarthy Hawaiian cultist attempted to get at the mummy of T'yog by cutting the glass of its case 279-280.
HPL Call 152.
To Burma. AWD Lair 117-118, 122.
AWD Lair 117-118.
HPL Electric 68.
HPL Man 201-207.
London. HPL Museum 237.
Odd spelling of Haiti. HPL Call 132.
Of Santa Barbara. HK Invaders 64-66, 67-79.
One of the Seven Stewards of Heaven invoked in White Magic [RB Hell 60].
Arabia. RFB Iram 118.
Incl: Shaddad the Less.
HPL Medusa 170.
A person. HPL Mound 100-102, 162.
RB Sorceror sought by mad Chinese emperors 155.
HK Hydra 135.
HPL Medusa 193.
RB Kiss 38-40, 42, 47.
HPL Diary 303.
Incl: Typer, Alonzo.
Scientist. HPL WitchHouse 264.
AWD Passing a young alcoholic who testified at the inquest for Eric Holm.
Of Darwich University. RAL Abyss 285-286.
REH Dark 67, 69, 73.
Synonym for: Isle of Slyne.
AWD OutThere Hemery, Soames. Oxford student, one of four friends of Geoffrey Malvern who were sent down because of a scandal relating to their practice of sorcery. Later helped Dr. William Currie reimprison the creature Something from Out There.
Boston. HPL Pickman 16.
Of Yokahama. AWD Island 203-204.
AWD Sky (63-64), 65-66, 81-84, (85), 86.
Explorer who died searching for Chaugnar Faugn's statue. FBL Hills 242.
HPL Mound 115.
HPL Gates 431.
AWD Wind possibly of Royal Northwest Mounted Police. Investigated the disappearance of all inhabitants of Stillwater and of the visitors Allison Wentworth and James Macdonald.
Providence. HPL Case 137.
Horse belonging to Ammi Pierce. HPL Colour 71, 77.
DWR Music found tonal combinations on Hammond Organ that baffled fellow musicians 295.
(A dream world.) HPL Fungi XIII.
AWD Whippoorwills 37.
Or "Hetty". Brig, out of Innsmouth, owned by Obed Marsh. HPL Innsmouth 329.
JVS Dead 34.
Synonym for: Hastur.
AWD Gorge 105.
Witch-beliefs of superstitious people. AWD Wentworth 169.
Britain. HPL Case 220.
Of yellow silken mask, Leng. Kadath 316, 360, 370, 372*, 373, 375-376, 380, 384, (390).
HPL Winged 242.
Incl: Orange Hotel.
HPL Innsmouth 315.
HPL Herbert 157-158.
"Big Bob Hiller". AWD Dweller 118.
AWD Gable 207.
See also: Mi-Go.
HPL Whisperer 226.
Synonym for: Azathoth.
Synonym for: Hastur.
Synonym for: Cthulhu.
AWD Seal 178.
AWD Seal 178.
Al-Yaman. RFB Iram 118.
A reference to Swami Chandraputra. HPL Gates 427, 429, 434, 446, 452-453, 455-458.
RB Elephant (44), 46-48, 54.
AWD Island 178, 181.
Composer. DWR Music improvisation Child of a Disordered Brain came near to music of the stars 297.
AWD Island 210.
Providence. HPL Case 112.
By Veno. RB Sorceror 161.
Marquesas. AWD Survivor 159.
HPL Kadath 351-352.
Of Congregational Church, Dunwich. HPL Dunwich 158.
AWD Watchers 401, 402.
Of Dunwich. AWD Watchers 403.
Of Dunwich; Methodist minister. AWD Watchers 401, 402, 403.
Tasmania. HPL Mountains 6.
Tales, Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 138.
HPL Mound 116.
California's most noted bibliophile. HK Hydra 126.
Composer. AWD Wood 76.
Employee of Manhattan Museum of Fine Arts. FBL Hills 241.
AWD Island 202, 205-205, (206), 209-210.
See: ceremonial days.
FL Terror2 267, 272, 304, 306.
Hollywood, California. HK Hydra 126.
Los Angeles, California. FL Terror2 267, 289, 296, 303.
Includes: Laurel Canyon.
Los Angeles, California. FL Terror2 270.
A colorless little man with an absurd moustache. His only friend was Jeremy Lansing, who shared his generally unsuccessful experiments in witchcraft, which led ultimately to his untimely demise. He used an invocation of a spawn of Cthulhu from the Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus, and mistakenly instructed Jeremy Lansing to read the spell that turns the creature against the person who summoned it. [AWD Passing]
Explorer who died searching for Chaugnar Faugn's statue. FBL Hills 243.
AWD Depths 225-237, 239, 241-242, 244-252.
HPL Pickman 21.
HPL Picture 121-123.
RB Mannikin 75.
RB Hell 47, 68.
Ancient author. RB Kiss 47.
A ship. HPL Case 165.
Of Hyperborea. CAS Seven 42, 49.
RB Sorceror 155.
REH Roof 5-6.
AWD Island 202.
RB Steeple 220.
REH Bear 35.
HPL Man 211.
RB Creeper 103.
HPL Mist 280.
Rhode Island. HPL Case 180.
Of Wilbraham; lawyer. AWD Peabody 180, 183, 187-188, 191.
Of Providence. HPL Case 140-142.
Of Providence; ex-governor. HPL Case 128, 135-136, 140.
Of Providence. HPL Case 137.
By Guy de Maupassant. HK Invaders 64.
RB Terror 224-228.
See also: Isaih Horner, Hys Journal...
By the Marquis of Grosse. REH Children 151.
Fossil things from Lake Michigan. AWD Depths 225-252, revealed to be Cthulhu brood 252, descriptions 226, 227-228, 231.
Henry Well's horse--Partridgeville. FBL Eaters 92, 94.
Arkham. AWD Lurker 5.
HPL Diary 303.
HPL Pyramids (narrator) 217-243.
AWD Beyond2 157-159, 169-170, 172.
AWD Whippoorwills 38, Lavinia 40, 53, Vinnie 58, 67, Vinnie 67, 69.
Arkham area. AWD Whippoorwills 41.
Of Aylesbury. HPL Dunwich 166-167, 172.
Of Dunwich. AWD Middle 368.
HPL Hound 171-178; esp. 174.
Beings from before life began, who exist in angular time and normally cannot enter curved time, where we reside. Halpin Chalmers saw them in a vision while under the influence of the Liao drug. [FBL Hounds 80]
Their existence is the result of an un unspeakable deed that was done in the beginning. They are symbolized in the myth of the Fall: the tree, the snake, and the apple; as well as in an obscene form that is occasionally found engraved on ancient tablets. 
All the evil in the universe is concentrated in them. Yet they are not evil in our sense, for where they dwell there is no thought or moral, no right or wrong. There is only the pure and the foul. They are that which fell away from cleanliness at the beginning of time. They hunger for that part of humans that is pure, that is descended from a curve that emerged from the primal deed without stain. [82-83]
They have no bodies, or possibly they have lean, hungry bodies. They are lean, hungry and athirst. They scented Chalmers in time. Chalmers heard their breathing . When he saw them coming towards him, Chalmers began writhing about on the floor of his apartment and barking like a dog. [80-83].
Chalmers called these beings the Hounds of Tindalos, but didn't explain the origin of the name [82-83]. A pungeant, nauseating odor becomes noticeable when they are nearby [80, 85].
They move slowly through outrageous angles.  Chalmers said that the Hounds can reach us only through angles, and he tried to remove the angles from his room by using plaster to smooth the corners.  Unfortunately an earthquake dislodged the plaster, leaving the angles exposed, and the Hounds were able to enter after all. [85-86]
The Hounds left a bluish slime on Chalmer's body. The scientist James Morton examined the slime and concluded that it was from an unknown form of life that lacks all enzymes, and thus potentially is immortal [85-86].
Thomas Granville saw the Hounds of Tindalos in a painting that came to life at the home of a researcher into consciousness-expanding drugs. To Granville they appeared vaguely wolf-like, with blazing eyes and clashing jaws; but their forms changed rapidly as they moved, as if reshaped from moment to moment by all the evil in the universe. [FBL Gateway 8]
Pseudo-Akeley told Albert Wilmarth the essence, though not the source, of the Hounds of Tindalos [HPL Whisperer 256].
A little man said the Book reveals the ultimate source of the Hounds of Tindalos, "who live in a chaotic, nebular universe at the very rim of space, and who are in league with those Outer Ones" [HH Guardian 299].
Winfield Phillips read about the Hounds of Tindalos in manuscripts that Seneca Lapham had borrowed or photocopied from Miskatonic Library [AWD Lurker 135].
Aka: Canis Tindalos.
By Howard. FBL Eaters 89.
Of Salem. HPL Case 150.
FBL Eaters (88-91), 92, 95-103, 105-114.
AWD Seal 163.
AWD Dweller 138.
Synonym for: Nyarlathotep.
DW Fire2 82, 84, 85, 87.
Chinese man who saw Chaugnar Faugn. FBL Hills 272-273.
(river?). HPL Man 207.
Housekeeper of Dr. Gordon Whitney. RFS Warder 159.
HPL Electric 68-69, 71, 74.
Different and rather inconsistent traditions touch on the origin of the human race.
According to the analysis by Dyer and Danforth of murals found in the Antarctic, the crinoid Old Ones of Antarctica created earth-life for food and other purposes. They allowed various cell-groups to develop into other forms of animal and vegetable life, exterminating any that became troublesome [HPL Mountains 62, 65]. They used a primitive simian ancestor of humanity for food and amusement . The inference seems to be that the simian forebear of humanity was created by the crinoid Old Ones.
The Old Ones of K'n-yan appeared to be human, and might share a common origin with humanity. According to the legends of the Old Ones, Tulu (Cthulhu) brought them to earth from a distant part of space where conditions were much like earth. The Old Ones were the original stock who peopled the earth as soon as its crust was fit to walk on. However, after a massive sinking of continents beneath the ocean, a million or two years ago, the Old Ones withdrew underground and thereafter evolved separately from humanity [Mound 129, 131, 133]. This account differs greatly from the Dyer/Danforth theory, but is not necessarily more reliable, since the Old Ones harbored doubts about the accuracy of their own ancient traditions.
Zadok Allen said that humans are related to the Deep Ones: "Seems that human folks has got a kind o' relation to such water-beasts—that everything alive came aout o' the water onct, an' only needs a little change to go back again" [Innsmouth 331]. Interpreted broadly, this could be merely a restatement of the modern scientific view that the earliest life forms evolved underwater. On the other hand, the implication might be that human beings are descended directly, and relatively recently, from the Deep Ones, and perhaps diverged as a result of adapting to land life. At any rate, it is extraordinarily odd that humans and Deep Ones can mate together and bear offspring, as this is not possible between humans and related species such as apes, for example.
From his research into primal myths, Nathaniel Wingate Peaslee concluded that other intelligent races had inhabited earth before the first amphibian forbear of man crawled out of the sea 300 million years ago [Time 385].
During his sojourn as a captive mind among the Great Race, Peaslee heard hints of the fate of mankind that were too disturbing to put into writing [Time 396].
AWD Curwen 18.
As in Attila the Hun. REH Black 57, 61.
New Jersey. FL Terror2 295.
HK Hunt 168, 177.
Synonym for: Iod.
HPL Man 207.
Taxicab driver, Providence. RB Steeple 211-212, 222.
AWD Seal 152.
HPL Whisperer 213.
HPL Dunwich 184.
Arkham area. AWD Whippoorwills 38, 41, cousin Flora in Dunwich 41, 44, Hester 48, Hester 53, Hester 58-59, 60, 61, 67, Amelia 70.
Letters. HPL Case 112.
Salem-Village. HPL Case 138, 149-150, 154, 156-157, 159, 161, "H." 194, "H." 195, 196-197, 203-204, 213, 221-223, 233.
HPL Dunwich 187-188.
HPL Dunwich 194.
HPL Hound 172.
AB Inhabitant 535.
FL Terror2 310.
REH Untitled 37.
REH Untitled 37-38.
Near Lynwold. AWD OutThere Dr. William Currie, Soames Hemery, and Duncan Vernon found Something from Out There in the Cathedral and drove it back to the priory near Malvern-by-the-Sea.
A mother goddess of the Deep Ones. The Esoteric Order of Dagon preached that the children of human/Deep One liaisons would never die, but go back to Mother Hydra and Father Dagon, whom we all came from once [HPL Innsmouth 337]. In Greek mythology, Hydra was a many-headed water serpent that was killed by Heracles.
HK Hydra a god 135-138.
A constellation. Walter Gilman felt drawn to a spot in the sky between Hydra and Argo Navis [HPL WitchHouse 275, 278].
HK Eater 13.
By Gantley. CJ Acquarium 305.
HPL Electric 70.
AWD Keeper 148.
See also: Kythamil.
God of sleep. AWD Lamp 255.
On Cykranosh, a relative of Tsathoggua (paternal uncle). CAS Door 26-28, 30-32, 38-39.
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