CTHULATHON: DAY 113

The short story "The Dunwich Horror" (1928)[10] refers to Cthulhu, while "The Whisperer in Darkness" (1930) hints that one of his characters knows the creature's origins ("I learned whence Cthulhu first came, and why half the great temporary stars of history had flared forth.").
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Lovecraft conceived a detailed genealogy for Cthulhu (published as “Letter 617” in Selected Letters)[8] and made the character a central figure in corresponding literature.[9]

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