Cthulhu & Friends Reads: The Picture in the House by H.P. Lovecraft

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Hi Creepers! We had two members sick during our regular recording time, so it’s time for another H.P. Lovecraft Story Time! This time we present The Picture in the House, read and produced by Josh! The Picture in the House was written by weird fiction author H.P. Lovecraft on December 12, 1920, and published in the National Amateur in the summer of 1921.

EDITOR’S NOTE: In this short story, Lovecraft has one of his characters use language regarding African Americans and Native Americans that would be considered offensive today. We have not altered or censored the original story in an effort to preserve the integrity of this historic piece of literature. Of course, the views of H.P. Lovecraft DO NOT necessarily represent the view of the cast and crew of Cthulhu & Friends or GeeklyInc. (Whew. Lawsuit averted.)

Cthulhu & Friends is actual play of the Call of Cthulhu tabletop roleplaying game using a modified version of the d20 ruleset. Tell your friends!

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