Chapter 28 - Out With ItFriday, October 7th, 2011
Moon Phase – Waxing Gibbous
Days until the Full Moon – 5
Once in his helmet and his motorcycle running, Alex found the first gap in the traffic and punched the accelerator. The sounds of the engine and the wind against his clothing couldn’t mask the worry he was feeling from driving towards that location, and possibly encountering Shane.
But then, what if he didn’t? What if he was already gone? There was always that possibility. The drive to the location his father told him about was at least twenty minutes; the rush hour traffic on the highway nearby however was a sign it would take longer. Chances were good he would be gone by the time he got there. It was still daytime as well.
“Ugh. C’mon, think. What can I do when I get there?”
With the police at the location, the most he could visibly do was watch and observe. But then, he could tell by scent if Shane was there, if the wind was blowing the ri
Chapter 27 - Second OpinionsFriday, October 7th, 2011
Moon Phase – Waxing Gibbous
Days until the Full Moon – 5
Going to bed Thursday night to a mix of emotions from the encounter, Alex got up the next day to find Bailey once again sleeping next to his head. After a quick rub of his pet’s head, he got himself ready for the day. With the demo at the shop coming in less than ten hours, he was anxiously awaiting its start.
As his second class went on, he also awaited a chance to talk to Nathan. As he did so, he went over every detail of the encounter in his head, trying not to forget any details. A few times, he questioned saying anything, but his wariness of what Shane had said overrode that feeling. Whether that was good or bad, he was about to find out as class let out.
Once at a spot a good distance from any foot traffic, Alex started speaking, cutting right to the chase. “I ran into that guy again, and I got his name.”
Nathan’s eyebrows rose a bit, and then droppe
Chapter 26 - Opinions...or Facts?Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Moon Phase – First Quarter
Days until the Full Moon – 7
The place Catherine had picked out for lunch was a slightly upscale Italian restaurant. Having left his stomach a bit empty since that morning, Alex ordered an appetizer for the group to go along with their breadsticks and dipping sauce.
As they sat talking for the first few minutes, indulging in the breadsticks as they did, Alex casually tracked a few scents around him. There was a mellow perfume in the air, coming from a woman who passed by them. One of the last patrons had chewed some intense, to him, cinnamon scented gum from the smell coming from under the table.
With another few sniffs, he started to pick up some scents of old books coming off Catherine’s hands, or her jacket. Each that he could best identify was not unlike the textbooks they all had used in high school.
“Something on your mind?” Alex brought his head up at Nathan’s question. It tu
Chapter 25 - The Second EncounterMonday, October 3rd, 2011
Moon Phase – First Quarter
Over a few seconds, both Alex and Marcus's gazes went back and forth over all the customers; there were eight in total. Mostly younger kids with a few adults. Many of them browsing but all of them had their heads and hair exposed; none with black. The person Alex had seen wearing red was in fact a woman in a windbreaker.
Relieved, but also a bit embarrassed, he felt Marcus tap his shoulder, asking if he was hungry as well. “A little.” He responded, glad to know his friend hadn’t used the excuse just to intercept him.
“I’ll grab you a burger from Ruckers, then.”
“Thanks, and medium rare is fine with me.”
However, no sooner had Marcus nodded to him than another customer entered the store. Looking over, Alex saw the face first. He didn’t need to see the hair after that. His attacker had ditched his red hoodie, leaving an untucked T-shirt.
Runaway (DarkiplierXReader) Chapter 4You woke up on the couch with one arm dangling just barely above the floor, and your face sunk into a pillow.
You raise your head slowly when you hear footsteps walking from the kitchen into the living room, "Welcome back to the land of the living." Dark stated.
You groaned, "What time is it?" You asked, "Noon sharp." He stated, you sat up really quickly, "You let me sleep so late?!" You yelled, he raised his hands on mock surrender.
"Hey, I thought you'd love to sleep so late, considering you didn't fall asleep til three in the morning, and you almost died yesterday." He stated.
You rubbed your neck, you had forgotten about that, now you're a lot like Dark, "Nnnnnghh, what are we gonna do today?" You asked sleepily rubbing your hand across your face.
"Well... how about a little training so to speak?" He asked, you arched an eyebrow, "Training?" You asked, "Yeah, since you currently have similar powers to me, imma teach you how to use them." He stated.
"Oh joyus day." You stated sarcas
Runaway (DarkiplierXReader) Chapter 5*********(FINAL)*********
"What do you want?!" You asked, becoming infuriated beyond anything you have ever felt before.
"Ma'am we are here to take you back home to your family, and to get this creep out of here." One of the officers stated.
"What if I don't wanna go home!" You yelled, "Well then we'll have to take you by force." He stated pulling a tazer from his belt.
Just as he did so Dark disappeared into a puff of black smoke and reappered behind the officer, he grabbed him and vanished again, and he did so again and again until all the officers were removed from the cabin.
After they were all gone he walked over to you and placed his hands on your shoulders, "You alright?" He asked, you nodded, "Why are they after us like this?" You asked, Dark shrugged his shoulders, "Maybe your parents love you more than you think." He stated.
"But I love you more than they ever could." He whispered, kissing your forehead, you hear another knock at the door, Dark turned his head to the door, th
Dollhouse (Prologue)Once upon a time, there was a doll named Hephannea.
Hephannea lived in a nice small dollhouse in the toy closet.
No other doll ever liked her, and no human played with her.
One day, a princess named Molly opened the closet and saw Hephannea.
She played with the doll all day, and Hephannea was delighted. She never wanted this to end, all she wanted was to be played with- forever.
But of course, Hep
~Five Nights at Freddy's~ Marshall's story
"Ugh! Why there!? Couldn't she choose a different place to have her birthday party!?" I complained to my mother as she was taking a chocolate sponge cake out of the oven.
"It's Elena's birthday, Marshall. So, she gets to choose where she wants to have her party." She explained, putting the cake on the cupboard to cool down. I kept on complaining.
"But why Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria!?"
We pulled up in the car park of Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria. I stared up at the words spread across the entrance in an arch style with three mascots under the words. The one on the left was a purple bunny in a red bow-tie, on the right a yellow chicken with a white bib with words written ‘Let’s Eat!!!’ and in the middle was a brown bear wearing a top hat and a black bow-tie. My little sister, who was very excited to be having her birthday party here. As soon as I hopped out of the car she grabbed a hold of my hand and practically started to drag me over to the entrance of the pizzeria*
Night and WinterArina shivered as a gust of wind blew a strand of blonde hair into her eyes. Winters in Moscow were cold but this was cold even for her standards. She pulled a mitten off her hand, using the other one to hold the poster against the lamppost as she bit a piece of tape off. The poster was crooked but there wasn’t much she could do about this one.
She turned away, shoulders slumping as the black and white picture printed on the sheet. Everyone from the police to her parents thought that Seymon had died in a car accident on the night of his twenty-fourth birthday. He’d been out drinking, one or two of their friends had said, it was understandable. But why then had they not been able to claim his body? It didn’t make sense to her.
When asked, the EMT’s had said that Seymon had died before he’d ever gotten to the hospital. Her parents had accepted the ‘reasoning’ without a word of protest. She was less sure and less willing to believe that story. The
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