The Sacrifice of Randolph Carter

Sacrifice_RCIf you think “March Madness,” is only a sports reference then you would be utterly and horrifically wrong at your own detriment.  This month Randolph Carter, the disgraced adventurer, speaks to an audience of his peers regarding the terrible and mysterious incidents in which he has been involved and which have claimed the lives of a number of seemingly innocent individuals.

Do you dare listen to his side of the story?

From the twisted mind of Sleepy Hollow Storyteller and Myth Ink Books Author David Neilsen comes a new one man show “The Sacrifice of Randolph Carter.”  We went slightly mad last March when we visited Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, and even more so this January past, when we saw Neilsen’s one man show of “The Call of Cthulhu,” at the Lovecraft Bar NYC.  

Anyone who has seen Neilsen’s show “H.P. Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu” will not want to miss “The Sacrifice of Randolph Carter,” which is a chilling story combining two of Lovecraft’s short stories (“The Statement of Randolph Carter” and “From Beyond”) in a single, horrific tale that will leave you screaming for hills, utterly insane! 

Lovely Island  by David Neilsen Illustrated  by Luke Spooner
Lovely Island
by David Neilsen
by Luke Spooner


In honor of the H.P. Lovecraft, who passed away March 15th 1937, Randolph Carter brought his diabolical stories to life at the historic Aldrich House at an event on March 14th in Providence, R.I.

On Thursday March 26th 2015, at the Lovecraft Bar NYC, Neilsen aka Randolph Carter will once again visit upon us all the horrors of his adventures.

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Cannot attend on March 26th? Then you can join Myth Ink Books as we journey to the home of the Headless Horseman, Sleepy Hollow, New York where Neilsen shall be performing at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Saturday, April 25th 2015

7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

540 North Broadway
Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

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Get your tickets now and you can read more of David Neilsen’s mind mending, bizarre tales in our recent publications:

“Leaking,” Dark Tales from Elder Regions: New York (Click Here to Purchase)

Lovely Island, a Lovecraft inspired chapbook (Click Here to Purchase)

Click Here to Visit David Neilsen’s Website

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