Set in a richly embellished and “Victorianized” New England town, this is a tale beginning at home and journeying a fair space across “the pond.” I invite you to join with everyman Acquisitions Clerk Mister Edward Sinclair and his not-to-be overlooked cousin Miss Anne Lanning on separate but undeniably-linked weird adventures.
Gaston “The Wonderer” is not your average illusionist, he and his assistant, a dwarf named Brom, are hired for a private show by a group of teenagers looking to have a good time at their expense.The teens plan to raid the liquor cabinet and heckle the duo mercilessly but they get more of a show than anticipated when the magician takes them on a journey into a mind-bending world of true wonder.
Jack has seen what is hidden in the darkness. He knows there is a war beyond that of nations. Four years since the Armistice and he is restless for an interesting job. When he gets an invitation from his former commander, he is only too keen to find out more. What happens next is something from his nightmares.
This is the 4th of an ongoing series of stories inspired by the Cthulhu mythos and the writing of H.P. Lovecraft. This story is from the villain’s point of view. It chronicles Dulfor’s life as it leads up to the profane ritual from the 1st story (The Second Coming) and introduces the events that immediately followed.
Dr. Sarcophagus runs a travelling carnival and freak show during the depression. During the tour he is paid in gold by hooded strangers to do a performance in their town on All Hallow's Eve. He begins an investigation that eventually involves two members of his freak show. What is their connection to Innsmouth and is the whole troupe in danger? A must for Lovecraft lovers!