Things that Go Bump
For about as long as mankind has been telling stories, we have been telling stories about monsters, boogey-men and things that go bump in the night. As dark ages gave way to enlightenment, we forgot that these stories were not just entertainment. Well, most of us did.
Veritas Occultatur Ficta
Humanity has a near infinite capacity for self deception. So for the most part, people don’t believe monsters are anything more than fiction. To the few that fight monsters, though, that fiction is vital. Beginning with hunters like Bram Stoker and Percy Shelley, monster hunters encoded their lore inside works of fiction. One of the largest collections of Lore is found in Grimm’s fairy tales.