|Email:||cat (at) pelgranepress.com (Replace (at) with @ for real address.)|
|Category:||Role Playing Game|
|Rules:||Trail of Cthulhu (1st Edition)|
|Time slot:||Fri Aug 5 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (4 hours)|
|Host:||unknown (Pelgrane Press)|
|Experience required:||None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)|
|Location:||Indiana Convention Center, room 245, table 12|
|Tickets:||0 out of 6 are available (as of 9:30 am Monday August 8th, 2016)|
|Event added:||Fri May 6 12:17 pm|
Like Cook in Connecticut months ago, Gibson died in a bloody attack in the Catskills six days ago. Both had been in Peary's Arctic expeditions. Coincidence - or did something happen in the polar ice?
Langdon Gibson, a marksman and ornithologist, died six days ago on his acreage in the Catskills. It was an attack of some kind, quite bloody. Another man, Frederick Cook, also died gruesomely, in Danbury, Connecticut some months ago. Gibson and Cook had a common link, in that both been involved in the Arctic expeditions of the famous explorer Robert Peary, who mounted a number of expeditions to explore Greenland and the North Pole. Is this a coincidence, or did something unspeakable happen in the polar ice?
Warnings: The event was originally listed with rules of "Trail of Cthulhu (1st)." It has been changed to "Trail of Cthulhu (1st Edition)."