The Occult, Video 191: Some Thoughts on HP Lovecraft

in spirituality •  2 months ago


I consider him to have been receiving power of a sort. Meanwhile he has been woefully treated lately. One of his works involves Vermont.

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I always thought "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" was his longest piece. It is the only one I've ever owned that was the only story in the publication.

I am a big Lovecraft fan. After reading him so much contemporary material people thought was scary I just shrugged off and said "Meh" to.

The Case of Charles Dexter Ward - Wikipedia says 51,500 words. (Amazon has it listed as 128 pages in length.)
At The Mountains of Madness - 86 pages (Amazon book I looked at so may vary depending upon print size)