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History records that an asylum escapee murdered the entire Kirkwood family near their isolated Iowa farmhouse in 1924. But clues awaiting discovery in the present don't add up. The truth waits among the ruins of the old Kirkwood farmhouse, and it's sure to test the sanity of even the most experienced investigator.
This document is a companion piece to The Kirkwood Farmhouse Massacre, a haunted... [click here for more]
Something terrifyingly evil awaits among the ruins of the old Kirkwood farmhouse. It'll take a cunning team of investigators to uncover the truth behind the gruesome murders that took place there in 1924.
The Kirkwood Farmhouse Massacre is a modern-day Call of Cthulhu scenario for 2-5 investigators. Its pages contain a mind-bending haunted house adventure set in America's rural heartland.... [click here for more]
There comes a time in every Call of Cthulhu campaign when the investigators need a break from the madness of the Mythos. That time is now: the intrepid investigators journey to the Contented Cow in the imaginary town of Deerfarm (in the imaginary state of New Hampshire) seeking rest and relaxation.
Fortunately, it is also a time for mysterious murders and scarecrow legends. Otherwise it would not... [click here for more]
In 1992, a son receives a letter lost six years in the mail from a father he did not know he had, and does not remember. The letter speaks of Carcosa and the King in Yellow. Four months later, the boy goes missing. In a few days, he may be forgotten entirely.Unremembered is a standalone module for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition set in New Orleans, Louisiana,... [click here for more]
Standing forgotten on the Oregon coast, a beacon for lost sailors helps conceal a town’s secrets, and an insidious evil. The Widow’s Peak Lighthouse has been a landmark for travelers near the Witch’s Cauldron State Natural Area for nearly 150 years. Closed to the public, it’s been the source of many local legends. Recently it went up for sale, and the bidding between the locals... [click here for more]