King Of Cat Swamp
A couple unwisely let a wanderer into their home. Mediocre.
At Miskatonic liberal arts college, two entitled millennials stumble on a mysterious recording. They’re true believers and set out to find the truth of it, but what they encounter is not what they expected. Excellent.
“Did these things, if they were any, even have throats?”
“Riding storms older than human civilization.”
Four people go hiking, it leads to a death. Okay.
A short tale of death and cosmic indifference. Okay.
A couple find a thing in a cooler by the side of the road. Does it have any connection to theories about a dwarf planet? This is good and creepy.
“The prospect of touching it had struck her as less than a good idea.”
And The Sea Gave Up The Dead
A journal of a sea voyage in 1774. Okay.
An audition for ‘Night Gallery’ goes awry as a wannabe ghoul takes method acting too far. Mediocre.
The Clockwork King, the Queen Of Glass, and the Man With The Hundred Knives
A man narrates his tale of an ill-advised friendship and a hole in the world. Good.
The Other Man
A man’s life is taken by a doppelganger. Dull.
Waiting At The Crossroads Motel
A man who isn’t entirely human waits at a seedy motel. Okay.
The Wilcox Remainder
A man steals a figurine and is haunted. Okay.
Lovecraft is revived via AI, naturally it goes awry. Mediocre.
The Skinless Face
Archaeologists dig up a statue and go mad. Unsettling.
“No culture recognised by science.”
The History Of A Letter
A footnoted letter suggests at oddness. Okay.
A sad and seedy con is held and something is lurking. Very good.
“She sold issues of Playboy with her photo spread (and spread it was) for thirty dollars."