For the Old Ones.
The Great Ones that came before.
Lovecraft knew a tale‘s setting could be its strongest character.
Blackwood understood the allure and majesty of wilderness were both a bountiful promise, and irrevocable threat.
#54 in Fantasy #13 in Dark fantasy#36 in Mystery #14 in Supernaturals
Story about: cosmic horror, weird fiction
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