In the Year of Our Lord 2012 Creer Pipi claimed this land for Azathoth.”

Monument to 'god of chaos' mysteriously appears in front of Oklahoma City restaurant.

The three-foot-high monument to the fictional deity Azathoth is rough to the touch. It appears as if it has been chipped loose from a base.

After news about the monument spread on KFOR, Rawlinson said she's been getting calls from people who were excited about the find and from people who warned her about its dangers.

"There are about 20 people who called me and said they want to buy it," Rawlinson said. "But there are some who say it's a bad demon and that we shouldn't even touch it."

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8 Responses:

  1. Mark Welch says:

    One emerging theory is that the monument is the work of Eric Piper, whose name anagrams to "Creer Pipi".

  2. Paul Boldra says:

    "monument to a fictional deity" as if there were any other kind.

  3. John Fiala says:

    Nothing like that 'old time religion'!

  4. zompist says:

    Sadly, thanks to a typo, Azathoth didn't get his 36-foot-high monolith.

    • jwz says:

      I told them once, I told them a thousand times, it was supposed to be gibbering terror at the center of infinity first, puppet show last.

  5. gths says:

    I'm curious as to which lord is referred to in "In the Year of Our Lord 2012".

    • redgrittybrick says:

      Azazel, whose calendar is unrelated to the Pope's. The claim being comemmorated occurred countless millenia ago.