Beyond the Mountains of Madness

November 27-29 1933
Lake's Camp

The investigators climbed aboard the Enderby and took flight across the Antarctic. After many hours of flight in near-perfect whiteness, the group finally spotted the remains of what appeared to be the stricken Lake’s Camp. After a rough landing the investigators immediately set about setting up camp and then digging into the variable treasure trove of evidence buried beneath the snow and ice. What they found there will likely never be forgotten. Beneath a small mound of snow there lay a strange biological creature – the very same Lake claimed to have found three years prior. In the crumpled tents of the Miskatonic Exploration there was only horror after horror. Large amounts of frozen blood betrayed where previous atrocities had occurred. The investigators also came across a mass burial of dead sled dogs, some dissected and skinned.


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