Curious devices, forbidden artifacts, mysterious creatures, and intriguing documents.
Cryptozoological props are fun, especially since it allow for some “what if” creatures from literature in the timeline. For you RPG players a nice prop for your game is a good starter for an adventure. It’s 1927 and Prof Zacharias Kerpunknik sends you a sample of his latest controversial find, just before he himself disappears. Is it Soviet agents trying to keep people out of a secret site in remote areas in Kazakhstan or treasure seekers or just plain hill bandits – you decide. It could be a whole lot worse if it is a combination of the above along with an ancient horror awoken. Visit beautiful Tashkent and other spots via the Trans-Aral Railway and see new places, meet new friends. We’ll leave the lamp on for you … Also watch the movie Horror Express (1972) about just a nice train trip with a fossil. Any bad 70s horror movie with Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Telly Savalas as a cut rate Yul Brynner can’t be all bad.This just proves that console gaming is prehistoric: http://ecrans.liberation.fr/ecrans/2009/12/31/les-fossiles-et-la-techno_957019?page=article Of course the Cardiff Giant hoax remains one of my favorite gaffs, because of the P.T. Barnum association. Making a fake of a fake is just priceless classic Barnum ballyhoo. http://www.naturalhistorymag.com/editors_pick/1989_11_pick.html List of top ten fossil fakes: https://tumblehomelearning.com/top-ten-top-10-fraudulentfake-fossil-cases-in-history/
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