Lost in the Lights

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Original (pre-Sixtystone Press) Cover

Publisher: Sixtystone Press

Product Code: 60-NUK01-01

Publishing Year: 2013

Pages: 90

Cover Price: $9.99 (PDF)

Author: Jeffrey Moeller

Artist: David Lee Ingersoll

Managing Editor: Adam Crossingham

Technical Editor: Daniel Harms

Medical Editor: Graeme Price

Graphic Design and Layout: Chris Huth

Cartography: Steff Worthington

Handouts: Dean Englehardt and Adam Crossingham

Copyediting and Proofing: Matthew Pook

Playtesting: Hans-Christian Vortisch, Nick Meredith, and the Veterans of a Thousand Midnights

Setting: Modern with notes for using the described cult in multiple eras as well as Delta Green conversion notes

Format: PDF

ISBN: 978-1-909095-02-1


Scenarios: Invisible Sun

Articles: Faithful for No Good Reason (description of the Cult of Shabbith-Ka), Other Las Vegas Weirdness

Additional: Postscript, Player Handouts, Recommended reading/listening/viewing, Delta Green coversion notes

Front Cover Text

Call of Cthulhu. Nameless Cults | Volume One. Lost in the Lights. A Call of Cthulhu Sourcebook of Cult Horror by Jeff Moeller.

Back Cover Text

Tracking down the aspiring singer will take you on a journey into the seamy, steamy high-risk and surreal Sin City of today where what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…

Lost in the Lights presents a full description and history of the Keepers of the Primal Song, and ‘Invisible Sun’, a full-length investigative scenario and thoroughly researched background for Call of Cthulhu™…Right Now!

Plus add-on plot seeds, suggested viewing & listening, and conversion notes for the Delta Green setting. And Elvises. Lots and lots of Elvises.

Prepare to have your soul set on fire… figuratively and literally.

Casino security, cinematic capers, tech-savvy villains, underground night clubs, faded pop stars and celebrity cameos (real and not-so-real) all add up to a long, strange trip… Beyond.

Lost in the Lights is the first volume of ‘Neue Unaussprechliche Kulte’, a series detailing modern day cults that are ready to run for any Keeper of Arcane Lore.'

'Viva la Shabbith', baby!

Comments / Trivia

This book was originally laid out and illustrated by the author, who considered releasing it as in independent licensee. Instead he transferred the project to Sixtystone Press.


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