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The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program :: Episode 8 :: Behold, The Mother!

Posted by NerdyShow on October 21, 2015

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COCFINAL 1400The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program is live tabletop roleplaying turned into a 1930s radio serial. What dark deeds unfold on the streets of Arkham? And which unwitting souls – innocent or impure – will succumb to the maddening call… OF CTHULHU! This 8-part miniseries is wrought with unknowable horror and black comedy. Releases twice a week – Mondays and Wednesdays!

The quest to solve one murder has become much more than our investigators could ever have imagined. In the occultist squalor of the Hetfield estate, Father Grandfather stumbled upon a plot to conjure forth The Mother of Pus – a horrifying being beyond the realm of human comprehension. There, in that rotting house, a demon spawn struck; and was dealt with by the Father’s own brand of fiery justice.

Baffled by the inexplicable horrors they’ve born witness to, Sam, Hank, Deloras and Cyril return to Arkham tasked with no less than trying to foil the coming end times.

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Featured Track:

Original Score by Ryan and Mike McQuinn:

  1. Do You Hear That?
  2. Rain-Heavy Night
  3. Pain and Dissonance
  4. Unknowable Horror
  5. Dream of the Marvelous City
  6. Finis

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Character Sheets:

Cyril Bridgewater :: Deloras Delaney

Father Grandfather

Hank O’Brien Jr. :: Sam Spade

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Special thanks to: Bryce Harris, Cassie Muldrow, Hexual, BigBadShadowMan, Jerome Appel, James Hickson, Tolan, Benjamin Britt, Geoffrey Voss, Tyler Conrad, Matthew Cox, FenrirGochad, Kevin McDonald, Korrik, Jobarda, John Pennington, Anique Zimmer, Sean Redd and all the awesome fans who supported the Network and made this series possible.

 

  • Shenanigans

    Well that escalated quickly. Don’t get me wrong, I love having sound effects and atmosphere in dramatic podcasts…but this one kinda drowned out the dialogue at times. Great finale otherwise though!

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