This Old Haunted House, Too

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Front Cover

Product Code: CHA0373

Publishing Year: 2009

Pages: 68

Cover Price: $13.95

Author(s): R.J. Christensen

Artist(s):

Setting(s): 1890s, 1920s, Modern

Format: MULA Monograph

Released as PDF: Yes

Contents

Another collection of twenty-five (possibly) spook-filled American House plans from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries for use in Call of Cthulhu and Basic Roleplaying, and other history-based roleplaying games. Includes Colonial Era Houses (1640-1770), New Republic Era Houses (1770-1850), Victorian Houses (1850-1900), Early 20th Century (1900-1930), and offers notes on how to haunt a house.

Floor plans are provided for the following styles of houses:

 * Colonial Era Houses (1640-1770)
    o Dutch Colonial
    o Southern Georgian Style Mansion
 * New Republic Era Houses (1770-1850)
    o Federalist
    o Neoclassic Mansion
    o Greek Revival Mansion
    o Gothic Revival Mansion
    o Italianate Mansion
    o Exotic Tower
 * Victorian Houses (1850-1900)
    o Stick style Farmhouse
    o Exotic Style Home
    o Mansard Mansion
    o Shingle
    o Victorian Mansion
    o Mixed Victorian
    o Chateausque
    o Early Queen Anne
    o Queen Anne
    o Early Colonial Revival
 * Early 20th Century (1900-1930)
    o Beaux-Arts
    o Late Queen Anne
    o Suburban Tudor
    o Elizabethan County Estate
    o Late Colonial Revival
    o Country Tudor
    o California Mission

This volume is a follow up (in exactly the same style) to an earlier MULA Monograph, This Old Haunted House.

Front Cover Text

Another collection of twenty-five (possibly) spook-filled American House plans from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries for use in Call of Cthulhu and Basic Roleplaying

Back Cover Text

THIS OLD HAUNTED HOUSE, TOO

Another collection of twenty-five (possibly) spook-filled American House plans from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries for use in Call of Cthulhu and Basic Roleplaying, and other history-based roleplaying games. Includes Colonial Era Houses (1640-1770), New Republic Era Houses (1770-1850), Victorian Houses (1850-1900), Early 20th Century (1900-1930), and offers notes on how to haunt a house.

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