(PR) A creature with an almost globular torso, six long, sinuous limbs terminating in black paws with crab-like claws. From the upper end a subsidiary globe bulged forward bubble-like; its triangle of three staring eyes, its foot -long and evidently flexible proboscis, and a distended lateral system analogous to gills, suggesting that it was the head. The body was covered with a dense growth of dark, slender tentacles or sucking filaments, each tipped with a mouth suggesting the head of an asp. On the head and below the proboscis the tentacles tended to be longer and thicker, and marked with spiral stripes--suggesting the traditional serpent-locks of Medusa. It had been found seated, where it has been for three million years, on an ivory throne covered with grotesque carvings in a Cyclopean ruin in Lomar by Rogers. It came from lead-grey Yoggoth, where the cities are under the warm, deep sea. His chant is: "wza-y'ei! Wza-y'ei! Y'kaa haa bho--ii, Rhan-Tegoth--Cthulhu fhtagn--Ei! Ei! Ei! Ei!--Rhan-Tegoth, Rhan-Tegoth, Rhan-Tegoth!"
([P.Rev.] "The Horror in the Museum")