GURPS Horror: The Old Stone Fort
Steve Jackson Games
"Battle Against Cherokee Spirits in '20s Tennessee"
The old Stone Fort near Manchester, Tennessee, has been the setting for legends of the Ancient Ones since before the white man came. The Indians told tales of the Sungnawyee Eddahee the Night Goers and of other spirits. Intrigued by these legends, Professor Geoffrey Moorehead decided to investigate ... and vanished from the face of the earth.
An adventure for 3 to 6 players. Has guidelines for adapting the adventure to a modern-day campaign, new skills and spells, and background info on 1920s Tennessee. Requires both the GURPS Basic Set and GURPS Horror to play.
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