London 1890: ghost fever grips the suburb of Hammersmith. For three days, no person can sleep without experiencing terrible nightmares, and locals swear to have seen a ghostly medieval woman stalk the streets.
Investigators find themselves trapped in Hammersmith, confronted by ghost hunters and an all-pervading fog. But is the ghost all that she appears? Or is there a more sinister reason for the haunting…
“Bravo to my Melbourne friend Kat Clay, who has made the leap from writing award-winning detective fiction to publishing her debut scenario for Call of Cthulhu. And it’s a gaslight haunting. Perfection. Right up my fog-shrouded alley.” — Mark Morrison (Horror on the Orient Express, Terror Australis, Reign of Terror, etc.)
“If you’re a fan of Cthulhu by Gaslight or of Stygian Fox’s Hudson & Brand, Inquiry Agents of the Obscure, you’ll want to grab The Hammersmith Haunting.”
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