Another short but tantalising story from the collection of HP. Lovecraft. Two intellectual friends discuss the theory and psychology of the idea of The Unnameable, in a graveyard of all places. They argue if it is even possible for a thing to be so horrendous, so terrifying, so beyond comprehension, that it is truly, Unnameable. They may have discovered their answer, but they may have wished they hadn't.
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Howard Phillips Lovecraft, August 20, 1890 – March 15, 1937 was an American writer of weird, science, fantasy, and horror fiction and is best known for his creation of the Cthulhu Mythos. He is regarded as the pioneer of Cosmic Horror and the Horror of the Unknown who's stories have been a major inspiration behind the existence of many, many Sci-Fi Horror properties of the modern day and beyond, including this very podcast. This episode serves as tribute to his work.
If you feel inclined to do so after listening to this episode, do consider looking into the many other literary works of H.P Lovecraft, with whom, many of the stories we love today, wouldn't have existed.
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