Humans are at it again this time! From the cover, it seem innogurous enough, howevers Dunwich Horror think Dunwich Horror not deserving of this portrayal… AGAIN!
This story, equally lie like the last story, wishes again to paint Dunwich as bad smelly guy, probably with big footprints the size of tree trunks. This in themself is misleading to people because what size is tree trunk? Exactly! Tree trunk have no exact size! Tree trunk can be small like tasty cat, or big like tasty cow – can be short and have candy like tasty child, or tall like tasty moose! Tree trunk come in all shapes and sizes.
They say history is written by Victor, and therefore, if your name not Victor, you should not write history AT ALL, especiarey when write lies about dunwich AGAIN! If writing things about Dunwich, or saying things about Dunwich – say them in MUSICAL!
Dunwich Horror deserve good MUSICAL, think it better for public relationships, make people know Dunwich Horror am really good guy.
Dunwich would like have relations with all humans… humans like you… yes, Dunwich want have relations with YOU… good ones.
Instead Dunwich get banished time and time again by wrinkly old guy with bug sprayer and naughty bad words what hurt Dunwich Horrors tender ears.
If you want hear spooky LIES written to make humans not look bad, this am album for you:
Along with LIES ABOUT DUNWICH HORROR comes the a supposed clipping from 1917 copy of Arkham Advertiser, a vintage map of Dunwich, Sentinel Hill and the surrounding region (SEE? Dunwich Horror cannot be all bad if they NAMED REGION AFTER DUNWICH HORROR), a page from Wilbur Whateley’s diary with some occult cypher, and replica of key page from the Whateleys’ copy of John Dee’s Necronomicon. You can buy it through Amazon here.Doing so through link not cost you more, however, will give me some Archive funds to build onto my special gallery wing of archive.
If you smart human and would rather have musical, you can write creators of lie CD and tell them so at their main page: H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society (cthulhulives.org).
Serverely thank you, Dunwich Horror