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The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program :: Episode 3 :: Divide and Conquer

Posted by NerdyShow on October 5, 2015

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, entitled “The Black Birth”, is wrought with unknowable horror and black comedy.

Following the mysterious murder of Hannah Pickering, her housemates have been conscripted by Arkham Police Detective Hardin to see if they can discover any leads. Ex-Federal Agent Sam Spade heads the novice task force and together they travel to the site of Miss Pickering’s murder – a rural roadside near the city dump, where, not twelve hours prior, the discovery of her desecrated body shook a young police officer to his very core. Meanwhile, the crazed Bible salesman, Father Grandfather, has run off to conduct his own investigation and prove his mad theory… that it was a demon who struck the poor girl down.

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Featured Track:


Original Score by Ryan and Mike McQuinn:

  1. Do You Hear That?
  2. Ebbing Shadows
  3. Misbehavin’
  4. Crawling Chaos
  5. Festa Di Notti

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Character Sheets:

Cyril Bridgewater :: Deloras Delaney

Father Grandfather

Hank O’Brien Jr. :: Sam Spade



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.


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