The Call of Cthulhu and The Haunter of the Dark by H. P. Lovecraft
• The Call of Cthulhu and The Haunter of the Dark by H. P. Lovecraft
• The Call of Cthulhu is written by written by Francis Wayland Thurston.
• The story is published posthumously.
• The story begins in 1926.
• Thurston's uncle George Gammell Angell dies.
• Thurston is named executor.
• Thurston finds a bizarre statue and folder marked "Cthulhu Cult."
• Thurston reads information from many artists that have been obsessed with the statue.
• The artists claim to have nightmares.
• Angell was introduced to the statue in 1908 while being consulted by an archeologist.
• The statue was linked to a criminal cult.
• Many people spoke about the evil "Great Old Ones."
• People in the South Pacific had a strange adventure.
• There were attacked and killed by monsters similar to the statue; one person survived.
• Angell read a manuscript from the survivor...
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