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”An Inhabitant of Carcosa” by Ambrose Bierce
11:16"An Inhabitant of Carcosa" is a short story by Ambrose Bierce, first published in the San Francisco News Letter and California Advertiser, Dec 25, 1886. The story, which tells of the wanderings of a man through a strange desert, introduces several elements to the Cthulhu Mythos.
”The Thing From the Grave” by Harold Ward
22:36"The Thing From the Grave" is a short story by the American writer, Harold Ward. First published in the July 1933 edition of Weird Tales, the story was described as follows: "A goose-flesh story of the hideous fate that befell a judge who had sentenced a murderer to death."
”The Strange High House in the Mist” / Lovecraft’s Dream Cycle
24:56"The Strange High House in the Mist" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft. Written on November 9, 1926, it was first published in the October 1931 issue of Weird Tales. It concerns a character traveling to the titular house which is perched on the top of cliff which seems inaccessible both by land and sea, yet is apparently inhabited.
”Through the Alien Angle” / A Cthulhu Mythos Story by Elwin G. Powers
11:44"Through the Alien Angle" is a Cthulhu Mythos story by Elwin G. Powers. Little is known about the author, nor the publication history of the story, though ISFDB suggests it was written in 1941. The brief yarn tells of a man and his quest for a book that will assist him with a class paper.
”Out of the Jar” by Charles R. Tanner / A Cthulhu Mythos Story
29:18"Out of the Jar" is a Cthulhu Mythos story by the American author, Charles R. Tanner. First appearing in the February 1941 edition of Stirring Science Stories, the tale was given the following synopsis: “Are you inquisitive too? Do you want to know things? Too many things?”