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Harvest Time by Maremorn

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A portrait by elolaillustrator

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The Alchemist By H. P. Lovecraft

High up, crowning the grassy summit of a swelling mound whose sides are wooded near the base with the gnarled trees of the primeval forest, stands the old chateau of my ancestors. For centuries its lofty battlements have frowned down upon the wild and rugged countryside about, serving as a home and stronghold for the […]

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Sweet Ermengarde Or, the Heart of a Country Girl By H. P. Lovecraft

Chapter I. A Simple Rustic Maid Ermengarde Stubbs was the beauteous blonde daughter of Hiram Stubbs, a poor but honest farmer-bootlegger of Hogton, Vt. Her name was originally Ethyl Ermengarde, but her father persuaded her to drop the praenomen after the passage of the 18th Amendment, averring that it made him thirsty by reminding him […]

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Puzzles Artwork by Jab Jira

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101 by grindeath-art

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The Beast in the Cave By H. P. Lovecraft

The horrible conclusion which had been gradually obtruding itself upon my confused and reluctant mind was now an awful certainty. I was lost, completely, hopelessly lost in the vast and labyrinthine recesses of the Mammoth Cave. Turn as I might, in no direction could my straining vision seize on any object capable of serving as […]

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The Mysterious Ship By H. P. Lovecraft

[Short Version]The Royal Press 1902 Chapter 1. In the spring of 1847, the little village of Ruralville was thrown into a state of exitement by the arrival of a strange brig in the harbour. It carried no flag, & everything about it was such as would exite suspicion. It had no name. Its captain was […]

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Featuring: Black water by Kamomee

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The Mystery of the Grave-Yard or “A Dead Man’s Revenge” A Detective Story, by H. P. Lovecraft

  Chapter I The Burns’s Tomb. It was noon in the Little village of Mainville, and a sorrowful group of people were standing around the Burns’s Tomb. Joseph Burns was dead. (when dying, he had given the following strange orders:—“Before you put my body in the tomb, drop this ball onto the floor, at a […]

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