DW Lady - Donald Wandrei, The Lady in Gray, in Don't Dream, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1997.
DW Fire2 - Donald Wandrei, The Fire Vampires, in Don't Dream, Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1997.
Note: This story has no direct links with first generation Mythos stories, but is included here because the fire vampires are referenced in works by later Mythos writers.
Narrator: Marsdale, Alyn. References: Antares; Arver, Hugh; Dark Star; fire vampires; Fthaggua; Gruno, Alex; Hanby, John; Hoy, Tsin Lo; Ktynga; Marsdale, Alyn; Norby, Gustav; Pletzka's force tube; United Federation of Nations; Wilson, Mount;
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