Video: H.P. Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness” (Part 10)

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Editor’s note: We conclude MSA’s audio/illustrated adaption of H.P. Lovecraft’s tale of Antarctic horror. Part 10 of 10.

Continued from Part 9.

Raised in a home filled with books on Western civilization, P.G. Mantel became a lover of history at an early age. An amateur writer of verse, he makes himself useful as an editor for Men of the West.

3 Comments

  1. What a great story. It makes you doubt your knowledge of the South Pole. Maybe there IS something out there that we have not found yet at the South Pole.
    Any way a wonderful story to read and hear in audio. Plus the various pictures are just as wonderful as the story.
    Thanks for posting this.
    Have a great St. Patricks’ Day this year.

  2. Isn’t lovecraft like the exact opposite of a “man of the west”.

    An author who sucked so bad he couldn’t even provide for himself and wrote evolutionary godless cultic horror weirdness?

    Maybe i’m wrong so i’ll let you help me.

    I just remember my weird, cheating on his wife, divorced loser uncle always liking his stuff and saying how cool Cthulu (however you spell it) was that he would just kill everyone (which didn’t sound cool to me).

    Is it not that?

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