Don’t stare into the abyss, my friends! This week, we’ve got 30 questions about HP Lovecraft Trivia. We’re covering his life and works. That’s right, this week Dorky Geeky Nerdy is taking on Cthulhu and the eldritch horrors!
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Don’t look into the abyss my friends. Just…don’t.
Hey there, this is your host, Brian Rollins and it’s episode 143 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy trivia podcast. This week, we’re continuing our Halloween episodes with another horror author, HP Lovecraft.
As always, we’re giving you three rounds of ten questions each. I ask, you guess, then we see if you got it right. If you’re looking for rules or a score card, visit the show’s website, DorkyGeekyNerdy.com.
I think we’ve delayed heading out into the night long enough. Let’s get going.
The Dorky Round
1. What metal band featured an instrumental song 'The Call of Ktulu' on their 1984, Ride the Lightning album?
The Geeky Round
4. The Dreams in the Witch House inspired what 1968 film that starred Boris Karloff and Christopher Lee?
The Nerdy Round
3. While known mostly for his short stories and novella, what was the one novel published by Lovecraft?
And we are done for this week’s show. I hope you had fun. We’ll keep going with one more horror author next week. Here’s your clue:
What horror writer was born in Portland, Maine in 1947?
That will wrap up October, I hope to see you back here for that show and all our future shows.
I don’t normally dedicate these episodes, but this one’s dedicated to my late friend, Steve. Steve was the biggest Cthulhu fan I’ve ever known. While his love for the mythos didn’t quite rub off on me, he did introduce me to the Song of Ice and Fire books way back in 2001. For that I will be forever grateful. Wherever you are now, Steve, I hope you enjoyed the show.
Thanks for listening.
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