History Literature / TheColourOutOfSpace

18th Sep '17 2:27:27 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ThereIsAnother: Actually played for horror. Pierce notices that when the Colour leaves Earth, a part of it breaks off, try to follow the rest, only to fail and return to the well. The Colour has left some offspring on Earth, which in all probability the reason for the Blasted Heath.

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* ThereIsAnother: Actually played for horror. Pierce notices that when the Colour leaves Earth, a part of it breaks off, try to follow the rest, only to fail and return to the well. The Colour has left some offspring on Earth, which in all probability is the reason for the Blasted Heath.
18th Sep '17 2:26:55 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ThereIsAnother: Actually played for horror. Pierce notices that when the Colour leaves Earth, a part of it breaks off, try to follow the rest, only to fail and return to the well. The Colour has left some offspring on Earth, which in all probability the reason for the Blasted Heath.
4th Sep '17 12:39:01 AM PaulA
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* SceneryPorn: Deep dark woods are described in excruciating detail.
* ScienceCannotComprehendPhlebotinum: The mysterious meteorite.
19th May '17 4:46:28 PM trumpetmarietta
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* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, ''vis-à-vis'' Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anythign else is pure speculation.

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* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, effects ''vis-à-vis'' Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anythign anything else is pure speculation.
19th May '17 4:45:50 PM trumpetmarietta
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* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, vis-a-vis Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anythign else is pure speculation.

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* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, vis-a-vis ''vis-à-vis'' Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anythign else is pure speculation.
18th Jan '17 11:43:18 PM Gregzilla
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* HumanoidAbomination: Humans last longer than most creatures affected by the Colour but instead turn into... things, things that are definetly not human anymore.

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* HumanoidAbomination: Humans last longer than most creatures affected by the Colour but instead turn into... things, things that are definetly definitely not human anymore.
18th Jan '17 11:41:27 PM Gregzilla
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* AnimalAbomination: Gardner's animals turn into twisted abominations before dying.

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* AnimalAbomination: AnimalisticAbomination: Gardner's animals turn into twisted abominations before dying.
28th Nov '16 10:14:59 PM SilentStranger
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* AnimalAbomination: Gardner's animals turn into twisted abominations before dying.



* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, vis-a-vis Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself.

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* EldritchAbomination: The titular Colour is a particularly creepy example because its nature is never discerned--only its effects, vis-a-vis Ammi's tale and the nature of the heath itself. It simply crashed on the property one day and anythign else is pure speculation.


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* HumanoidAbomination: Humans last longer than most creatures affected by the Colour but instead turn into... things, things that are definetly not human anymore.


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* NoBiochemicalBarriers: Averted. Before the Corruption sets in, the plants and fruit that grows on the property looks unusually healthy and ripe but are toxic and inedible.
6th Nov '16 5:12:01 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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A story by Creator/HPLovecraft inspired by Creator/ArthurMachen's "The Novel of the White Powder" (from the novel ''The Three Imposters''). The story is first told from the perspective of a property investigator visiting the town of [[LovecraftCountry Arkham]] who is surveying prospective sites for a new reservoir. Eventually he starts asking about the mysterious "blasted heath" which the people had been trying to avoid talking about for the entire time. Eventually he finds Ammi, an old man living near the heath, who is willing to explain what happened there and why absolutely nothing can live on that burgeoning plot of land...

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A story from 1927 by Creator/HPLovecraft inspired by Creator/ArthurMachen's "The Novel of the White Powder" (from the novel ''The Three Imposters''). The story is first told from the perspective of a property investigator visiting the town of [[LovecraftCountry Arkham]] who is surveying prospective sites for a new reservoir. Eventually he starts asking about the mysterious "blasted heath" which the people had been trying to avoid talking about for the entire time. Eventually he finds Ammi, an old man living near the heath, who is willing to explain what happened there and why absolutely nothing can live on that burgeoning plot of land...
25th May '16 11:27:23 AM Aquila89
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* NoNameGiven: The name of the property investigator is not revealed.
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