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Journal of American Paranormal Research issue 3

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The official newsletter of 12 to Midnight does not have a very representative name. It's not limited to America. There's no research. And it's not really a journal. But it IS a free, cool resource for your modern RPG campaign! We're especially proud of this issue in that it marks the publication of a complete d20 System(tm) adventure written by our very own forum regular Neal "5x5" Hyde. Issue three is our biggest newletter yet, with the 9-page adventure The Message and two related maps. And just because we're cool guys, even our free newsletter has bonus material. Visit our website for more free maps.

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