Around 6:35 PM this evening, many young men were finishing the day’s work, arriving home, and getting geared up for a Friday night on the town.

I, on the other hand, found myself working diligently on a new blog project while Nikki, my sassy little long-haired feline familiar, slept on the bed nearby. Suddenly, a new message popped into my email inbox, which posed an enigmatic question in its subject line:

did u see this?

Wondering what all the fuss was about, I opened the email. The memo had been sent by my most esteemed colleague, Nick Redfern, and enclosed within I found a link to the Cabinet of Wonders Web site, which led me to this:

(Editor’s Note: The link I previously referred to in this post appears to have been removed. Due apologies…)

I certainly enjoy a good yarn from time to time, and with all the meanderings of the mind that appear here at the Gralien Report having to do with Lovecraft, Cthulhu, giant sea monsters, ancient extraterrestrial entities, “Necronomica”, Cloverfield, etc, I felt as though it would be inappropriate not to link the video above. Enjoy!

HOWEVER… for those of you who had hoped that I would go ahead and opt for linking the downright inappropriate instead, rest assured I haven’t forgotten ye, oh keepers of the faith. Many Gralien Report Readers are aware of my younger brother of three years, Caleb, and some of his “art”. Below is a link to Caleb’s latest masterpiece, a cartoon titled “The Adventures of Crover and Cthulhu”. I must warn you, however… Caleb’s humor often involves foul language, ridiculous slapstick comedy, and often slightly disgusting content. This video is no exception… viewer discretion IS advised.

Croverfierd Episode 1 (go ahead and click… I warned you!)

Special thanks to Gralien Report Correspondent Nick Redfern for contributing to this article.

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Micah Hanks

Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.