Cold Warning

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Front Cover

Publisher: Golden Goblin Press

Product Code: 1701

Publishing Year: 2017

Pages: 30

Cover Price: $? (Softcover), $15.00 (PDF)

Author(s): Scott David Aniolowski

Artist(s): Reuben Dodd

Setting: 1920s

Format: Softcover, PDF

ISBN: 978-0-9989534-1-0

Summary

What begins with the dubious suicide of Joseph Sutton and the bizarre behavior of this widow Marilyn, leads investigators to Winter Haven, a remot hunting lodge in rural Maine. Here they experience mysterious phenomena, encounter suspicious lodge guests and staff, learn of ancient legends, and confront strange and frightening creatures before finally witnessing the awesome power of a Great Old One.

Golden Goblin Press is proud to present Cold Warning, a chilling Jazz Era, Call of Cthulhu 7th edition scenario set in Arkham, Massachusetts and Hudson, Maine by Golden Age master Scott David Aniolowski.

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Locations: Maine, Massachusetts

Creatures: Beast 1, Beast 2, etc.

Tomes and Artifacts: Item 1, Item 2, etc.

Campaigns / Scenarios: Campaign 1, Scenario 1

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