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Call of Cthulhu: Hometown Horrors, Vol. 2


Come home again!

Hometown Horrors, Vol. 2 contains 16 more tours of the uncanny, the astonishing, the unwholesome, and the terrifying towns that our contributors call home. From the Midwest to the Southwest, from the Arctic Circle to the sunny Mediterranean, these brief guided tours will fire the imagination of Keepers and players alike.

Each entry contains:

  • a short history of the town, highlighting local landmarks and lore
  • hooks to draw your investigators in and get them into harm’s way, and 
  • colorful NPCs to make a lasting impression. 

Whether you’re just passing through, or looking for a new place to settle, you’ll find unique terrors everywhere you look!

The towns in this volume are:

  • Indianapolis, Indiana - Cathy Hamaker
  • Kalamazoo, Michigan - Geoffrey Groff
  • Kewaunee, Wisconsin - Lucas Corso
  • Springfield, Illinois - Jackson Adams
  • Kansas City, Missouri - Adam "Bucho" Rodenberger
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico - Stephen K. Stein
  • Tucson, Arizona - David "Keeper Doc" Melville
  • Ephraim, Utah - Morten Greis
  • Tacoma, Washington - Adam Alexander
  • Hastings, East Sussex - SR Sellens
  • Aberystwyth, Wales - TA Newman
  • Liverpool - Peter Burgess
  • York - Tom Malcolm Wright
  • Mikladalur, Faroe Islands - Finn Haraldson
  • Oslo, Norway - Maria Ey. Luihn
  • Serifos, Greece - Phaedra Florou

Want to see a Keeper use Hometown Horrors to design a scenario? Bridgett Jeffries of Symphony Entertainment improvised a scenario from Volume 1. Check out a stream of it here!

Hometown Horrors Volume 2 - Map 1

Hometown Horrors Volume 2 - Map 2

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