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In the Winter of 1620 when half the Plymouth colonists died

WXXT WAS THERE.

When this is posted it will be the first of April, but there will be no laughter.

When in 1906 the first radio broadcast of voice and music was heard in Brant Rock, Massachusetts

WXXT WAS THERE.

April is the month of rain, the month of the chill cleansing waters.

When in 1920 the very first radio station presented the results of the Harding-Cox election

WXXT WAS THERE.

But here, on the Conqueror Weird, it is the Month of Bartlett.

When your father fell to his knees before stately and tall Satan in the Holyoke Woods

WXXT WAS THERE.

Every year, every April, we shall celebrate the works of ghoul and scrivener Matthew M. Bartlett.

When your father vowed allegiance to the Worm, forsaking all other Gods and Humans

WXXT WAS THERE.

This is our first annual, featuring reviews, guest posts, and original fiction, culminating in a very special announcement on Walpurgisnacht, last day of rainy April.

When he arrived home and howled in the basement, pleading with the walls for forgiveness

WXXT WAS THERE.

We’re bringing you the Word from the Conqueror Weird. Welcome to the Dawn of the New Time.

WXXT. The Worm. The Woods. The Will. The Way. We will always be there.

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