Thursday, February 07, 2008

deleted scenes from Imaginary Travels: Gethsemet too Lovecraft

Discarded by the Nazis, banging and shouting in their containment cells either side as we went deeper in the corridors of Gethsemet. Ginger got scientific as he led us down into the bowels. “These rooms are connected in to occult dimensions, they spiral out into cold universes, and the shitting Nazis channelled them here with one way valves, and put them in numbered cells. We are at one hundred and twelve,” and he gestured dismissively at an iron door as we passed by, where we heard infections. “This is a small god, the god of charnel houses who sits between disease and accident, and sucks on bad luck. Soon we pass the gods with murderous intent. You close ears then.”

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