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The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program :: Episode 7 :: The Hetfield Horror

Posted by NerdyShow on October 19, 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.

Our investigators stand on the precipice of answers or oblivion in this hellish mystery.

Having learned of their murdered housemate’s double life, they’ve traveled to her home town: the rural village of Dunwich. The locals have warned that Hillary Hetfield, the mother of the deceased, is crazed – and someone, or something has been roaming the countryside desiccating pets and livestock. The party drives deeper into the rural land toward the Hetfield house; unnerved and ready for trouble.

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Featured Track:

Original Score by Ryan and Mike McQuinn:

  1. Do You Hear That?
  2. Horror Gives Chase
  3. Crawling Chaos
  4. Misbehavin’
  5. The Brass That Came to Sarnath
  6. Festa Di Notti

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Character Sheets:

Cyril Bridgewater :: Deloras Delaney

Father Grandfather

Hank O’Brien Jr. :: Sam Spade



Call of Cthulhu Bonus Materials:

  • Excerpts from Hilary Hetfield’s Grimoire
  • Von Juntz’s Namless Cults
  • Spawn Stats


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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