Can you guess who caused the deluge? Well the Sage of Wales has the real tale.
20-foot-tall organism evaded classification for more than a century. Story here.
I have published a historical tale of deep ones incursion right after the Norman invasion of 1066. Its is called The Shaft and see if you can determine how it gets its power?
The Eldritch Gazette has announced that it will finally be unveiling its latest Issue, which falls on its May 15th yearly anniversery, on its up and coming web base, now currently based on the popular server myspace.com.
With the issue, as well as the website, all form of submission towards the strange and macabre fictions, art works are beings asked for. If you would like to submit a peice or manuscript, you can contact Senior Editor Woodruff Laputka at:
All interested in aiding in graphic/ web design need only apply their interests to an email, sent to the same address above.
Featured artist Irene Castro has sent us some updated photographs of her paintings on display, as well as some new works never before seen at the Temple. Irene’s vivid use of color and imaginative landscapes are quite unique. Be sure to take a look.
I am happy to announce the return of the Lovecraft Archive, which contains a large collection of stories, poems, essays, and collaborations by the master himself - Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Last Thursday marked the 70th anniversary of Lovecraft’s death, and with it the end of a lot of ambiguity surrounding the copyright law interpretations. Enjoy! Visit the Lovecraft Archive at the Temple of Dagon
For those who may have thought that the descriptions of the city of the Old Ones in At the Mountains of Madness were entirely fanciful, I suggest taking a look at these pictures of Uchisar Fortress and the fairy chimneys of Goreme in Turkey.
Â On a related note, At the Mountains of Madness has been adapted into a radio-style play by the folks who brought you the silent film The Call of Cthulhu.
The crew of a shrimping boat had to be rescued after a shark took out the ship’s propeller and caused the boat to take on water.
Full story here.
One type of snake has developed its own version of the “poison ring” that certain Medieval ladies wore in case they wanted to pour a lethal substance into someone’s drink.
Full story here
The BBC reports that John Ssabunnya, who is now 14, was abandoned when he was two years old in the jungle in Uganda. Green monkeys adopted him and raised him.
Full story here.