Jason McKittrick's "Parcel of Terror" has been hugely successful. When he first launched the idea there was some grumbling about him moving away from his Lovecraftian roots, and I have to admit I had my own misgivings. Part of that was pure selfishness. Mainstream horror is a much larger audience than our little Mythos niche, and I worried that we'd lose a fantastic talent. Thankfully, that isn't the case. If anything I think the success of the Parcels is freeing him up to tackle some really interesting props.
The latest Parcel of Terror features a classic "Dracula" sticker, "Chucky" refrigerator magnet, a gruesome trophy from the Jigsaw Killer, a page from the spellbook of Winifred Sanderson, a surprise Mystery Item, and a fragment from my beloved "At the Mountains of Madness".
The fragment is up to the usual high standards, but it's also one half of a larger piece that will be completed with the July Parcel. That's a great concept that I don't think we've ever seen used in Mythos items before. Admittedly, I'm a sucker for this kind of thing. Assembling an artifact from multiple pieces is a trope that intensely appeals to my obsessive-compulsive nature.
The monthly parcel is just $35, including shipping. That's an absolute steal for what you're getting. I also wanted to mention how much I like the packaging it comes in. That may seem minor, but the theming of the box and wrapping, not to mention the packaging stamps, really kicks the whole thing up a notch.