Revelations from Yuggoth

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Contributors included Lee Barwood, Garrie Hall, [[Robert M. Price]] ([[Cthulhu Codex]], [[Crypt of Cthulhu]]), [[Wilum Pugmire|Wilum H. Pugmire]] ([[Old Bones]]), Ann K. Schwader, and Richard L. Tierney.
Contributors included Lee Barwood, Garrie Hall, [[Robert M. Price]] ([[Cthulhu Codex]], [[Crypt of Cthulhu]]), [[Wilum Pugmire|Wilum H. Pugmire]] ([[Old Bones]]), Ann K. Schwader, and Richard L. Tierney.
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Several of the stories in ''Revelations from Yuggoth'' are considered to be part of the Cthulhu Mythos, including "Devil God'" by Lee Barwood, "Headcase" by Garrie Hall, "Wilber Whately Waiting" by Robert M. Price, "The Cryptic Power" and "The Hungry Place" by Wilum Pugmire,  and "The Contemplative Sphinx" by Richard L. Tierney.  
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Several of the stories in ''Revelations from Yuggoth'' are considered to be part of the Cthulhu Mythos, including "Devil God'" by Lee Barwood, "Headcase" by Garrie Hall, "Wilber Whately Waiting" by Robert M. Price, "The Cryptic Power" and "The Hungry Place" by Wilum Pugmire, "In the Airlock" by Ann K. Schwader,  and "The Contemplative Sphinx" by Richard L. Tierney.  
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Revelations from Yuggoth was a weird fiction fanzine published by Cryptic Publications.

Three issues of Revelations from Yuggoth appeared in the 1980s form Mount Olive, North Carolina, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in 1987, the second in 1988, and the third, and last, in 1989.

Contributors included Lee Barwood, Garrie Hall, Robert M. Price (Cthulhu Codex, Crypt of Cthulhu), Wilum H. Pugmire (Old Bones), Ann K. Schwader, and Richard L. Tierney.

Several of the stories in Revelations from Yuggoth are considered to be part of the Cthulhu Mythos, including "Devil God'" by Lee Barwood, "Headcase" by Garrie Hall, "Wilber Whately Waiting" by Robert M. Price, "The Cryptic Power" and "The Hungry Place" by Wilum Pugmire, "In the Airlock" by Ann K. Schwader, and "The Contemplative Sphinx" by Richard L. Tierney.

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