1. The further trials and tribulations of Teen Cthulhu.

     
  2. Chill vibes from Julia Gfrörer.

     

  3. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

     
  4. What has my life become?

     

  5. "It talked to itself the way a mine does… . I could think of it as something alive, and did through the weeks that followed. I could at times think of all Antarctica as like that, a slow-brained sentient being bent on making a man part of itself"
    — 

    From “Season in Solitary” by Commander Morton Moyes of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition. Commander Moyes spent nearly three months alone on the Shackleton Ice Shelf.

    Originally published in Walk About (October 1964).

     
  6. Thank you for the powerful critique of Krisleva and the warning about that one brand of slippers.

     
  7. dirtylittleheathen:

    "Weird Tales" magazine covers from the 20s and 30s

    All covers by the incredible Margaret Brundage.

    Give credit where it’s deserved!

    (via demoniality)

     
  8. classicpenguin:

    If you haven’t discovered HBO’s True Detective…well, we’re not sure what you’re waiting for. But if you have, surely you’ve noticed the references to The Yellow King, which i09 calls “The One Literary Reference You Must Know to Appreciate ​True Detective.”

    It’s a pretty obscure reference, but luckily we’ve got you covered, thanks to our resident expert on all things weird and scary, S.T. Joshi. Joshi included “The Yellow Ring,” which he calls “perhaps the most horrific story in The King in Yellow” in our anthology American Supernatural Tales (both in black spine paperback and hardcover Penguin Horror edition). A tip of the cap to the creators of the show for digging up such a great story and using it in such an original way!

    The story in question is “The Yellow Sign” not “The Yellow Ring”… Honestly, making easy publicity for yourself so hard.

     
  9. Orion Hunts the Unicorn, Sidney Sime

     
  10. Kawanabe Kyōsai, 1870