The dread chant of the cult of Cthulhu, “Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn,” translates roughly to "In his house at R'lyeh dead C'thulhu waits dreaming." But what happens when the Dreamer awakens?
In 1955, a Kentucky farm became the site of a terror-filled night as a family fought off extraterrestrial attackers with shotguns! This encounter started the trend of calling aliens “little green men.”
The Braxton County Monster of Flatwoods, WV is celebrated as one of the first famous close encounters of the third kind in the U.S. While it has always had a unique look, this design images Braxxie as something much closer to the little green, er, grey men we’re most familiar with.
The Headless Horror of Grafton, WV was originally sighted on June 16, 1964. Not much is knoWn about this West Virginia cryptid but I wouldn’t want to meet him on a dark night in those winding Appalachian hollers.
Did you know that some of the original 1966 Mothman sightings happened in Saint Albans, WV? This original artwork imagines that the allegedly haunted Lantz Lumber Company building is home to more than mere ghosts!
Hero Inc: Kills Monsters Dead! The Hero Inc questing guild from the Seven Worlds RPG campaign setting is neither subtle nor overly humble. Wear this shirt advertising their fame and glory with pride! Find out more about the Seven Worlds at AllHailMoriarty.com.