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|Fr. John Dagon
“What do we know … of the world and the
universe about us? Our means of receiving
impressions are absurdly few, and our
notions of surrounding objects infinitely
narrow. We see things only as we are
constructed to see them, and can gain no
idea of their absolute nature.”
- H.P. Lovecraft, From Beyond
On July 4, 2014, the MU Skulls
lost a dear member of their
family, John Addis. John passed
away following a sudden an
unexpected illness. Those who
had the privilege of knowing him
will, without doubt, feel the loss
of his friendship, humor, and
John, you will be missed horribly. You
always will have a seat at our tables, no
- Your fellow Skulls
“Among John's many passions and
interests, certainly Call of Cthulhu
ranked very high. He loved the dark, the
doomed, the desperate struggle to stave
off evil and entropy. You understand
going into a given scenario that you
won't "win" - of course you will lose.
That's not the point. The point is to
delay the day of reckoning by your
sacrifice, to postpone, to preserve, to
endure for just one more day. In this
case, John himself pushed back evil and
entropy 21 times, day after day, over
and over, until at last we just ran out of
- Philip Young