In a universe of Lovecraftian horror, sometimes we need professional assistance.
That's where Elder Sign comes in. "If you suffer from an overwhelming sense of dread brought on by the realization of your own insignificance in the universe, then you need Elder Sign."
Perhaps you need HPL Insurance. "You can't control the gibbering madness that lies waiting on the edge of our reality but for a small monthly premium you can ensure that you don't pay for it when things go eldritch."
When we look at objects we sometimes see shapes that aren't really there, including human faces. One project just tried to suss out a kind of average face recognized by folks.
Using an algorithm usually used to average out the faces of real people, Robby Kraft instead used it to average out around 2,500 images taken from the glorious Instagram hashtag #FacesInThings. Essentially, it’s just a lot of random every-day objects that bear a passing resemblance to human faces—some more so than others.
The result is a gentle stare from nightmares:
(thanks to Jesse "not the face in that cloud" Walker)
"Otherwhere" is a fine bit of audio horror. It starts off as a local public radio host interviewing one Dr. Arlen Childs about his new religion or psychic program. Childs is a channeler, and claims to have made contact with an unusual entity. Saying anything more will spoil the delights.