JACKETED WITH SPECIAL CASE UNDERNEATH: Case with foil stamping (case art is the book title, in the LORE-branded logotype).
DESIGNED ENDPAPERS: The endpapers will contain icons that tie into some of the chapter headers within the book.
ALL-NEW BLACK AND WHITE ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT: Illustrations by MS Corley that feature themes and places referenced in book.
OVER 115 MILLION LISTENS: LORE is an award-winning, critically acclaimed podcast (www.lorepodcast.com/episodes) about true-life scary stories. The show has been listened to more than 115 million times, with millions more added each month.
FINAL BOOK IN THREE VOLUME COLLECTION: Started with Monstrous Creatures in 2017 and was followed by Wicked Mortals in early 2018.
LORE SEASON 2 ANNOUNCED WITH NEW SHOWRUNNER: A full season of the show premiered October 13, 2017, produced by The Walking Dead’s production company. Sean Crouch, an alum of Fox’s The Exorcist and CBS’s Numbers, has signed on as showrunner for season two.
AWARD WINNING PODCAST: Winner of the iTunes Best of 2015 and Best of 2016 Awards and Winner of the Best History Podcast 2016 by Podcast Academy.
LIVE EVENTS: Aaron Mahnke is a talented performer who also hosts live performances of Lore—and is a member of the Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau.
“Well-written, rooted in deep historical research, and ridiculously entertaining…Each chapter brings a creepy story from folklore to life…. Hair-raising stuff.”—SyFy Wire
“Fans of the Lore podcast won’t want to miss this latest volume in the creator’s series, a collection of illustrated versions of both rare and well-known stories about ‘lurid landmarks and doomed destinations.’”—io9
“Dreadful Places is a delight for Lore fans and newbies alike. In the book, [Aaron] Mahnke visits places around the world that are steeped in a supernatural legacy.”—Refinery29
Praise for the Lore podcast
“Truth can often be much scarier than fiction—something [Aaron] Mahnke proves as he dives deep into the world of folklore and the darker side of history in a quest to root out the fragment of truth at the bottom of our fears.”—Entertainment Weekly
“Unlike so much horror that needs over-the-top viscera to scare you, this podcast leans on history—folklore, myth, the stuff people once thought was true—to tell its tales.”—The Atlantic
“Narrated by Mahnke in a style that evokes spooky campfire stories, Lore is a history lesson like no other.”—Esquire
An email has been sent out with instructions for resetting your password.