Gedney, ———.


Gedney, ———.
   In At the Mountains of Madness, a graduate student and a member of the Miskatonic Antarctic Expedition of 1930–31. He accompanies Lake on his subexpedition and is subsequently discovered, dead, by Dyer and Danforth deep within the Old Ones’ city.

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