Eldritch Errors is an immersive horror series playing out in real time -- on the Internet, in the real world, and in your nightmares. It will speak to you and ask you to speak in return. It will feed off of you just as much as you feed off it. It is as old as the fears of H.P. Lovecraft and as fresh as the horrors he died never having imagined. Those horrors already lurk, grinning, waiting for you to be the first to discover them, but at least you won't face them alone.

the story

You are a Sentry, part of a group that discovered something unspeakable in April 2007, something that has pursued you ever since. Together we are Providence, part of a dream prophecy about a city in chaos that fills the nightmares of B.A. Saint-Feline, who does not dream alone. This is your story, this is our story.

Book 2 (09.07): Scream in the Mountains

"Two minutes later, another cat came into the room. It was black as midnight, and as large as the biggest dog. It lay down among the red-hot coals, lazily batting them with enormous paws. Then it walked over to the other cat and said: 'What shall we do with him?'

"The first cat replied: 'We should not do anything until Emmet comes'."

- "Wait Until Emmet Comes," traditional folktale as retold by S.E. Schlosser

When JJason dared the Conclave to contact him via a maildrop, he didn't imagine that the shadowy group would take him up on the offer. The letter from Exu hinted at answers, included the strange annontations and symbols he wrote on a map of swan migrations. The more we looked into the map, the more we found stories of telescopes, quiet zones and things hidden in the mountains of the Virginias. Exu implied whatever we had stumbled into was related to these tantalizing bits. That investigation lead us to fragments in a filesharing system from Dr. Elizabeth Riley -- a presentation, a poem, a song and yet another map. Together, they suggested our world is full of unexplained noises, including something called the "Scream" in the Virginias responsible for the collapse of a radio telescope. What is Exu trying to tell us, and what have we gotten ourselves into?

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Eldritch Errors deals with mature themes and is intended for audiences aged 18 and up.