The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program to Run Charity Actual Play Stream

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09 November 2020

The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program is a renown horror comedy from Omniverse, telling stories of Eldritch horror in the form of an audio drama podcast. Originally a mini series, it seeks to Lovecraftian lore in new and uncanny ways, with a dose of dark comedy too. And now, they're joining forces with publishers of Call of Cthulhu, Chaosium, in order to create a live charity spectacle spanning two nights. 

You'll find them on November, Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th - 7pm Eastern (which is midnight GMT - particularly spooky!), though it's expected you'll be able to listen to it after, if you're not up for staying up so late, or feel safer listening in the daytime...

As for what you'll be listening to, well, it will be an exploration of "The Crack'd and Crook'd Manse, a classic scenario from the remastered Mansions of Madness. It will, of course, contain everything The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program is known and geat for, including cinematic music and sound effects, "surreal old time radio adverts" and mayhem that will make you laugh out loud. 

Funds raised will go towards the Transgender Law Centre, who seek to change law, policy and attitudes, to allow people to live safely and authentically.  Donations are being taken through Tiltify, with a goal of $2,500 and two Mansions of Madness book giveaways planned should milestones of $666 and $1,666 be hit. 

The steam will include host Cat Blackard, Keeper Luke Stram, Caleb Del Rio, Dottie Vox, Joshua La Forge, and Sawyer Green.

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You can follow the stream over on Twitch, and if you want to get a taste of what you can expect, you can head to the website and listen to the last two series to help you lose your sanity whilst you wait for the stream to begin.


Don't forget, if you want to begin your own Cthulhu adventure, we've got the Starter Set available to purchase from our Game Store, ready for your next adventure. And in case you haven't yet experienced the delight of How We Roll taking the Night Bus at Virtual Tabletop Gaming Live, we've popped it below - perfect to fill your evenings with Cthulhu before the above begins! 



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