I think it is really interesting to think about the ideas of the mind of H.P. Lovecraft. We have brought up the point several times about the struggles in the family with mental disorders that in turn took his mother’s and father’s lives. Many of Lovecraft’s stories battle with questions of the mind and the unknown. I think this is something that Lovecraft needed to write for the sake of himself. With a fear of the unknown, people are always left wondering, while in the case hereditary problems, people are also left wondering. Lovecraft plays with this fear of the unknown because what we do not know scares us the most. Creatures from another dimension fascinated Lovecraft because they were unknown and unexplainable. This made it frightening for his readers because they had not come across something of this sort before. So I want to pose the question and hope that people respond. What is truly frightening about Lovecraft’s work?