Alright after the other day of troll hunting Steve’s new girl proves herself a valuable team player, but Steve well he still misses Athena (and really guys if u like my articles please feel free to leave a tip even a small one that would help me and my team to know u guys actually enjoy reading)
In a sleepy village in England nestled in a small wooded area there sits the ruins of a church. If you didn't know it was there you might miss it as the nature surrounding it has consumed it and camouflaged it well amongst the trees. It is one tree in particular situated on the grounds that this tale was born from. A single oak tree that has grown up through the middle of the church.
Ok so well, as the break ended and the sun rose I got in an argument with Steve over an idea to use his wife as creature bait due to her psychic abilities she would be able to attract the entity much easier, although Steve objected which got us in a little fight I swung a punch but Steve ducked and counter hit me in the face and then flipped me over his shoulder onto the RVs floor and I jump kicked Steve who flew out the half opened door and after grabbing a metal pellet gun I shot steve 20 times although Steve having a high pain tolerance kept on running thru and tackled me then head butted me and b-slapped me 10 times before pointing the gun point blank in my face “she is not a toy to use in your thrill-seeking scientific pursuit of that which is the paranormal doctor” he said to me, however as Steve cocked back the hammer I tried pleading with him, however the only thing that which stopped Steve right as he started to pull back the trigger was when his wife agreed to do it much to Steve’s shock “I understand the doctors desires Steven and I agree....ugh boys, so childish” she said as she went to take a shower.
They say spirits move on when they pass as others walk the earth because of unfinished business. Most people don’t know some stay because they’re trapped and can’t leave or move on...
"I told you before: I don't know what you want from me, but please, leave my family alone."
The town we are assigned to is small. Secluded. Close minded. Literally everyone who see’s us, stops to stare at my mom’s car as she drives through, heading out east to the house by the cliff. I shrink in my seat, hiding away from their eyes until the only thing left watching are the trees and the animals who live in them.
Tom swatted the mosquito leaving a bright red mark all over his forearm. The little bastard had been buzzing in his ear for the past twenty minutes and it was driving him insane. “R.I.P. bitch.” He mumbled to the foliage around him. Tom thought it strange that only the females did the buzzing while the males just floated dumbly around. There’s a joke in there somewhere, he thought, but his wit wasn’t sharp and his attention was elsewhere. Tom was all eyes and all ears on the secluded suburban house below him where Jessica, in a floral nightgown, was sipping tea and reading a book . He raised his binoculars to see the book title: My Struggle by Adolf Hitler. “…the fuck…” he muttered. Tom’s heart sank like the Lusitania to the cold depths of embarrassment and regret.
Jen finished cleaning the pee bowl. Needless to say she received limited to no pleasure from the act but had done it so many times that the indignity and dirtiness had warn off. Mr. Ulrich was fast asleep and she was thankful for that because he was a talker and a little too touchy with nursing staff. That was her one saving grace for working the night shift at the hospital: most of the patients were knocked out from the countless opioids pumping through their system. Jen dreaded human interaction ever since she was a toddler. It wasn’t that she wasn’t personable, but rather most kids seemed to have a bad feeling around her as if there was a dark cloud hanging over her that made the other kids feel nauseous and scared. They treated her like a leper and left her alone. At first, she felt abandoned, but that feeling was quickly replaced with a serenity that she embraced. Upon graduating she started and finished the nursing program and began work at the only hospital in the county. Jen never had aspirations to leave the small Valley Falls and was quite content with her day to day.
Has something strange ever happen to you and it takes a while for you to internalize what happened? It still doesn’t make sense to me and I’m having trouble trying to understand the reason behind it. I just know I’ll probably never go camping again. A few days ago I went on a camping trip with my best friend Lumi. She’s not really the type of person who would want to go camping. I planned on bringing a tent and sleeping on the ground in a cozy sleeping bag. On the other hand, I found out that she had rented a cabin on the campgrounds we were staying at. “Don’t worry about it, Jess!” She persuaded. “You won’t regret it! It’s still camping.” I remembered scoffing. “It’s really not.”
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