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HP Lovecraft: The man who haunted horror fans

Posted at 7:33AM Friday 23 Mar 2012

Fans have been marking the death of horror writer HP Lovecraft 75 years ago. Unrecognised in his own lifetime, he has gone on to influence figures as diverse as Stephen King and Alan Moore, explains British horror writer Ramsey Campbell.

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