"To some, though, the greatest mystery of all is the variety of utterly inexplicable objects—objects whose shapes, materials, types of workmanship, and purposes baffle all conjecture—found scattered amidst the wreckage in evidently diverse states of injury."
A one-of-a-kind prop collection based on the classic H.P. Lovecraft tale, "The Dreams in the Witch House". Created in striking detail by Mythos artist Jason McKittrick, this collection is comprised of items belonging to Keziah Mason found in the "Witch House" after the unfortunate incidents involving Miskatonic University student, Walter Gilman.
Items included in this collection are:
The Skull of Brown Jenkin- "This object was the partly crushed skeleton of a huge, diseased rat, whose abnormalities of form are still a topic of debate and source of singular reticence among the members of Miskatonic’s department of comparative anatomy." The skull of the human-faced demonic rat familiar of Keziah Mason preserved in a glass dome with a numbered description tag from Miskatonic University. (Dome measures 8" x 5")
Elder Thing Statue- "One of these things—which excited several Miskatonic professors profoundly—is a badly damaged monstrosity plainly resembling the strange image which Gilman gave to the college museum, save that it is larger, wrought of some peculiar bluish stone instead of metal, and possessed of a singularly angled pedestal with undecipherable hieroglyphics." (Measures 6" x 2" x 2")
Sacrificial Bowl- "Archaeologists and anthropologists are still trying to explain the bizarre designs chased on a crushed bowl of light metal whose inner side bore ominous brownish stains when found." (Measures 4.75" x 2")
Keziah Mason Occult Page- A loose leaf page displaying, "lines and curves that could be made to point out directions leading through the walls of space to other spaces beyond", presumably used by Keziah Mason in her dark occult practices. Comes framed in a hardwood float frame with a numbered description tag from Miskatonic University. (Frame measures 9" x 11")
Athame of Keziah Mason- "On this deep bony layer rested a knife of great size, obvious antiquity, and grotesque, ornate, and exotic design—above which the debris was piled." The ceremonial knife used by Keziah Mason to sacrifice scores of small children to Azathoth. (Measures 9" x 1.75")
SOLD- Private Collection