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The Camping Trip

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Between 1910 and 1930, the Green Mountain Club built the Vermont Long Trail, a hiking trail stretching 273 miles along the spine of the Green Mountains from Williamstown, Massachusetts to North Troy, Vermont.  In 1927, three young women — Catherine Robbins, Hilda M. Kurth, and Kathleen Norris, known as "the Three Musketeers" — hiked the length of the trail.  Their trip was widely publicized in the local press, and the investigators, a group of friends, have been inspired to recreate the Three Musketeers' journey.  Starting in Williamstown on July 25, 1928 (just like the Musketeers), they head north into the wilderness.  Unlike the Musketeers, they're going to encounter something much worse than mosquitoes and bad weather.  In the abandoned town of South Glastenbury, they'll catch a glimpse of a universe vast and fascinating and strange — before being reminded that this universe is also inimical to human life.  The Camping Trip is a short (4-5 hours) purist scenario for 3-6 players.

 
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October 3rd, 2019
Thanks for writing "The Camping Trip." I just re-read it and plan to run it as a one-shot for Call of Cthulhu newbies around Halloween. I can't wait! Such a well-written adventure. Please continue writing more, okay? [...]
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April 23rd, 2019
Ran this last night with 5 investigators was a great time! Lots of great back story and information to keep my players on their toes! They had a unique approach to how to handle things and we finished it in just over 3 hours great intro to some of the [...]
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