The Necronomicon is as popular on the web as it is in the real world, if not more so.
There are quite a few pages dedicated to this fictional book, although only a few are worth
- The Dan Clore Necronomicon Page
- Dan has an enormous number of pages which collect information on the Necronomicon.
- How the Necronomicon Works (Jonathan Strickland)
- A series of pages on HowStuffWorks.com about the mythical book, its fictional author, the
various hoax editions, and its appearance in popular culture.
- The Necronomicon Files (Daniel Harms and John Wisdom Gonce III)
- Daniel and John have collected their research on the Necronomicon into a book titled
The Necronomicon Files. Some of this information, as well as more discovered after
publication of this book, can be found on their web site.
Necronomicon: A Study (Joseph Morales)
- A collection of information and quotes about Lovecraft’s fictional book, compiled from
both the writings of Lovecraft and other authors.
- The Simonomicon (& me) (“Khem Caigan”)
- The artist for the “Simon” version of the Necronomicon has written an
account of his involvement in the book.
- Was H.P. Lovecraft’s Necronomicon for real? (The Straight
- This page provides some solid background on Lovecraft’s life and work before discussing
his fictional book and some of its hoax editions.