Over ten years ago, a friend of mine named Steven Harris created a website devoted to a creative elaboration of the history behind Unaussprechlichen Kulten, the infamous book of Mythos lore created by Robert E. Howard, a man best known as the author of the Conan stories. It was really quite an impressive work.
Sadly, the Web being what it is, people started to take his material without credit and put it up on their own sites. As a result of losing control of his work, Steven took the material down. It has become something of a minor legend among Mythos fans.
No more, I say! You can now find a pamphlet that I made out of Steven’s history on Scribd in all of its glory! There’s actually only five or six copies made thereof, a fact that will hopefully net Stevenlots of money if he ever decides to sell them.
In addition, one more commonly available piece by Steven is the semi-famous “Yes, Virginia, there is a Cthulhu.”
I say all of the above knowing he will be highly embarrassed but secretly pleased by all of this.