This weekend I went on the Providence Ghost Walk, which was a great time. That part of Providence is fantastic - old and hilly and looming and full of history. I can understand completely why H.P. Lovecraft would set his New England-based stories there.
In honor of the big HP, here's a link to an online library of his written works:
That's some spooky shit right there. I'm rereading Ray Bradbury's The October Country for Halloween, but now I'm in the mood for an entirely different brand of scary. "Weird happenings in small-town America" is dead creepy, but now I think I'm hankering for "Giant insanity-bringing god-monsters from beyond the stars who will eat your head."
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