We take a trip down to Inspector LeGrasse’ stomping grounds in the Big Easy ! We even have a local to guide us around the area and point out the features of the Crescent City. It’s corruption, ghouls, swampland and Hurricane cocktails at O’Brien’s in episode 32 of MUP.
We recorded this episode using a new recording technique that allows us to have a separate audio track for each host. There are still a few bugs to work out of the process though, so echo and some odd dialog overlap or drifting may have gotten through the editing process. There is also a little clipping in the audio files, which sounds like static or scratchiness, so please bear with us as we get the new system tweaked.
May 8 2013 saw our 100th member join on the forum, Creatureslagoon!
Chad shares his time at 1d4Con!
He shared a table with some fellow podcasters. Here are links to their shows: Death D4 Dishonor Podcast Gray Area Podcast
Jon talks about a new CoC fan zine: Shudde M’ell Confidential
The Double Shadow covers Ubbo-Sathla!
Only 2 days left on Island of Ignorance: The Third Cthulhu Companion!
Fez-O-Rama has a new Cthulhu Fez! The Sepia Cthulhu And a limited Hellboy Fez!
Restored by the HPLHS on YouTube Worldwide Wireless Newsreel – Antarctic Expedition Loving Lovecraft: Nebraska Teens Host Life-Size ‘Arkham Horror’ Game
Innsmouth House Updates To celebrate YSDC’s 15th birthday we’ve produced an 8 gigabyte credit card-sized memory stick emblazoned with images of both Great Cthulhu and H.P. Lovecraft. Besides fitting comfortably in your wallet or purse, this USB stick also comes with a range of extra goodies pre-loaded at no extra expense, including: 8 GB USB Memory Stick. Tatters of the King & Shadows by Gaslight game campaign recordings. The Fungi from Yuggoth poetry readings. Over 6 gigabytes of stuff – £19.99 YSDC GAMES DAY THRILL! at a day of “All Cthulhu, all the time”! GASP! at a range of Call of Cthulhu games for you to play with “Olde Yoggie” and friends. SHOP! at the Innsmouth House stall and see what we have to offer, including tasty treats, special items and discounts (and don’t forget to pick up your free badge when you hand in your ticket). Saturday, 29th June for a day of Cthulhu gaming and chat! £12.50 Call of Cthulhu Archaeologists Handbook- by Helen MacLean A career in ruins… Welcome to The Archaeologist’s Handbook, a handy tome for all armchair adventurers who want to know more about playing characters who delve into the past and discover ancient treasures (or fascinating insights). This book provides a firm framework for archaeology-based adventures and characters. Inside these pages you will find a trove of knowledge about the history of archaeology, field and laboratory techniques, famous sites, museums and more. Spiced with a few devious suggestions for play, this handy-sized volume will prove a boon to player and game master alike. The Archaeologist’s Handbook is written by a professional archaeologist with more than a decade of experience in both archaeology and roleplaying games. Spiral bound A5 softcover publication, printed on high quality 170gsm paper. Colour covers, acetate cover sheet, 80pp. £11.99 Dan is getting the show off of Feedburner. As such, there is the potential for issues with main podcast feed in future. To be guaranteed that this will not happen, you can remove your current subscription and resubscribe using the links to the right.
Murf is officially attending Necronomicon! Many thanks to forum member GrizzledVeteran for being willing to put up with the Murph. We’ll send along his care and feeding instructions before the convention.
Card CatalogThis week’s hidden online resource for keepers is: The Strandbeest Adam Savage building a Japanese model kit of a Strandbeest.
Where I discovered the Strandbeest- Tested.com showing a build day with Adam Savage. Sodaplay is a system for building wireframe models of life forms in the computer. In the conversation, we also mention the majestic Skywhale with a squad of parajumping Huntsman Spiders.
We have a new contest!We really want to promote the 50s era as a setting, so here’s what we’re going to do. Send in your ideas for a 1950s History Lecture segment. One or two paragraphs is fine, just try to give us the gist. Chad will pick his top three favorite ideas, and we’ll put them up on the forum for a poll. The winner will get their idea made into a script for a segment, and you can choose whether or not you want to record it yourself or just have Dr. Gerard do it. But either way, you’ll get a physical copy of the Atomic Age Cthulhu book sent to you as a prize. We’ll take ideas until June 9th, and then we’ll have a poll open for another week, through June 16th. Results announced in Episode 34. Submit your entries to: Contest@mu-podcast.com
We have a new lecture from Dr. Gerard on the 1952 DC UFO Incident
Review- Crypts_and_Things RPG. Requested by GrizzledVeteran For the main topic, we talk with New Orleans Mythos (or Matt, as his family calls him) about using the history rich city he’s from as a setting for Call of Cthulhu games.
Matt’s gaming group has their characters online. Arcturus “Art” Skwisgaar Langston August “Augie” Eames IV Published CoC books with the Crescent City: Secrets of New Orleans
Mansions of Madness (The Plantation)
The Great Old Ones (Tell Me, Have You Seen the Yellow Sign) Another great book about the 1920s while the city was gripped in fear:
The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans
By Rick Geary Grunch links http://www.hauntedneworleanstours.com/hauntedroads/grunchroad/ http://thedemoniacal.blogspot.com/2009/06/grunch.html http://www.ginalanier.com/Chupacabara.php The Campus Forum topic to discuss this episode is here.]]>