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Merlin’s Chant

The invasion of the hallucinogenic people from Underearth! They had existed from time immemorial, hidden in a space warp far beneath the surface of the earth. Until now, their only form of nourishment had been a strange hallucinogenic grain. Now, they hungered for human flesh. The earth was to be their stockyards and mankind their meat …

Welcome to the Sanctum Secorum podcast. In our inaugural episode we dive right into the depths of Appendix N, discussing The Shadow People by Margaret St.Clair.

In addition, we have bonus content to bring to your game: creatures, weapons, audio files and so much more…after the jump



Dark Acquisitions

There is a great deal of new material to bring to the table based on this book. Below is a list, by category and author, of what has been added to the Dark Acquisitions page, by the Keepers of Mysteries, based on this show. Further contributions, from friends of the library, will also be found there as they arrive.

Merlin’s Chant – Bob Brinkman

Atter-corn – David Baity
Atter-corn – Bob Brinkman
Atter-corn – Jen Brinkman

Magic Items
Elfshot – Bob Brinkman
The Glain – Bob Brinkman
Spirit Drum – David Baity
Sword of Merlin – Bob Brinkman

Elves (Underearth) – David Baity
Elves (Underearth) – Bob Brinkman

Merlin – Bob Brinkman

SF/X and Music Tutorial – David Baity

Elven Club – Bob Brinkman
Noose – Bob Brinkman

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The Stacks

Appendix N
The Shadow People by Margaret St. Clair

The 998th Conclave of Wizards by Jobe Bittman
Black Sun Deathcrawl by James MacGeorge
Frozen in Time by Michael Curtis
People of the Pit by Joseph Goodman
Sailors on the Starless Sea by Harley Stroh
Sailors on the Starless Sea: Alternate Covers
Tower of the Black Pearl by Harley Stroh

Big Bad Con

Hubris by Mike Evans

Road Crew
Null Singularity by Steven Bean


Thanks to

The Keepers of Mysteries would like to express their thanks to “Judge Jim” Wampler for lighting the creative fire that became the Sanctum Secorum Podcast. Without his encouragement, there would be no podcast.


The ambient background of the Sanctum Secorum was created using Horror Ambiance from Klankbeeld.
Sanctum Secorum’s theme music was created using Seating Incantation, by Landmark Entertainment.