The Dying of St Margaret’s

On the remote Scottish island of St Margaret’s, Investigators take jobs at an all-girls private school. Each is searching for an acquaintance who disappeared from the school. The Investigators’ Drives carry them forward with increasing excitement and anticipation. But what they discover drives them to the edge of insanity.

In this supplement, there is no escape, no comfort, no salvation when faced with the Mythos. You are powerless and insignificant: your only choices are death, insanity or a quiet life with a shattered mind.

Guns will not help you, reason will not protect you, faith will not give you comfort.

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This is the first Purist adventure for Trail of Cthulhu from Play Unsafe author Graham Walmsley, and is now available in print and PDF format in the collection The Final Revelation.

Stock #: PELGT05D Author: Graham Walmsley
Artist: Jerome Huguenin Pages: 28 pg PDF


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10 Responses to “The Dying of St Margaret’s”

  1. Gwion says:

    If everything go well, I will run The Dying of St Margaret’s at our mini con (Roludothon) in Montréal. ^_^

  2. Very nice sharing thanks/26.02.2011 01:12:46

  3. Bernhard says:

    interesting picture and thoughts – thank you

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  5. Lea says:

    Graham Walmsley is a great writer.
    The book is very easy to read.

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