Celebrating 128 Years – The Life & Literary Work of H.P. Lovecraft

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“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear, is fear of the unknown.” – H.P. LovecraftInnsmouth Map - Forgotten City

Map of Innsmouth, Massachusetts
“…a considerably twisted version of Newburyport – H.P. Lovecraft

American author, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, is famously known by his beloved readers after his untimely death on March 15, 1937, as a horror fiction writer who wove his Cosmicism beliefs into his short stories, novels, and poetry. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island to Winfield and Sarah Lovecraft on August 20, 1890.

Lovecraft published his stories and poems in periodic publications containing illustrations, stories and articles of interest. One of his most celebrated tales of terror, that I feel is related to this Lovefest 2018(Lovecraft Festival) in Second Life, is his novel titled, “At the Mountains…

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One thought on “Celebrating 128 Years – The Life & Literary Work of H.P. Lovecraft

  1. If you’re wondering why this editorial article is so long dear readers, it is because I got inspired by this festival celebrating Lovecraft. There are multiple pictures taken at Innsmouth, near Kingsport, where the shopping and story quest is. Each picture is a scene that is part of the story I created. You dear reader play two roles;first as the Onlooker and secondly, as the Tourist exploring the town of Innsmouth and the inhabitants that lurk there. At the end, there is a lovely video, where you interact with a psychiatrist at the Miskatonic University, concerning patients at Arkham Sanitarium. Yes, you become the patient as you partake in a test. It’s mesmerizing, entertaining and also relaxing. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did in creating it! :)

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