Episode 151 – CoC7e– Horror on the Orient Express – A Cold Wind Blowing – Session 5

With the Corpse of the Turkish Business Man finally deposited into the canal, and Tiny Tim Boxleys brain still mostly in his head, the Investigators finally have finally located this Medallion that everyone seems to be interested in. They have found a Villa on the Via Marco Polo and it has a frieze of Bacchus just like Clarissa’s bruise over the door. Hopefully the amulet is inside and having this this will allow them to do a deal with the Things in the nearby caves for the piece of the simulacrum that the Investigators now fear they have. The door is padlocked and chained up, but with a master thief in their midst they should be able to get through that pretty easier.

Once inside the Villa of Bacchus however what will they find? Worse still once they get the medallion they have to enter the creatures lair and bargain with them.

The terror ramps up, the danger ramps up, but can they survive the depths?

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The Music is Oppressive Gloom by by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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This Podcast is Explicit and contains Archive, the worlds weakest tea which looks like urine, “Mildly Hay Flavoured Disappointment”, Punching Nazi’s for fun and profit, Tufty, Naples – Terrifying Place, Ghosts, Terror, shoving a wriggling snake like thing into Clarissa’s face, and Human Fish

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