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Monstrous creatures from other dimensions and strange eons threaten to subjugate humanity and destroy our world. A scientist battles with temperature to prolong his immortality. Sea monsters from Hellish nightmares stalk seaside communities. These are just some of the works of legendary horror master H.P. Lovecraft.
Tonight we read one of his favorite stories “The Color out of Space”.
“The Color Out of Space” is a science fiction/horror short story by H. P. Lovecraft, written in March 1927. It first appeared in the September 1927 edition of Hugo Gernsback’s science fiction magazine Amazing Stories. “The Color Out of Space” became one of Lovecraft’s most popular works and remained his personal favorite from all of his short stories. It was adapted into feature films in 1965, 1987, 2010, and 2019.
An unnamed narrator attempts to solve the mystery of an area known by the locals as the “blasted heath”. The place is located in the remote wild hills west of Lovecraft’s fictional town of Arkham. The narrator discovers that a meteorite crashed there many years before. The arrival of the meteor causes several peculiar events leading up to great tragedies.
Lovecraft worked on “The Color Out of Space” immediately after his short novel, “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward”. This Lovecraft novel is an incredible read. We will enjoy narrating that thrilling H.P. Lovecraft vampire tale in a future episode.
What’s the mystery of Arkam’s blasted heath? Can our narrator solve the puzzle and bring back some color to the community?