Category Archives: Short Stories

What you chase, sometimes you catch

“Thank for coming out here with me,” Amy said as she adjusted the tab on her rearview mirror. “No problem, Babe,” Cody said cheerfully from the passenger seat of the old civic they shared. “Honestly, these youtube dudes sound kinda … Continue reading

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Interview with Matron Nemesis

Date: {REDACTED} Casefile: 5734968-21 Home: NA On/Off site: Off Interviewer: Samuel Horn (I.D.) Scribe: Gemma Lewis (S.D.) Notes: For security reasons, Champion Baines and Champion Gallo are present. Champion Gallo is accompanied by Claudia Paris, an I.D. agent from Home … Continue reading

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Interview with the Wolfs (Part 3)

Date: {REDACTED}Casefile: 5734968-3Home: NAOn/Off site: OffInterviewer: Samuel Horn (I.D.)Scribe: Gemma Lewis (S.D.) Notes: Subject one is Glenn Wolf. Alpha apparent and elder sibling of Subject two. Subject Two is Sabine Wolf. Common werewolf and packmate of Subject one. TRANSCRIPT I: … Continue reading

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Interview with the Wolfs (Part 2)

Date: {REDACTED}Casefile: 5734968-2Home: NAOn/Off site: OffInterviewer: Samuel Horn (I.D.)Scribe: Gemma Lewis (S.D.) Notes: Subject name: Sabine Wolf. Worldborn. Werewolf. 14 Y.O. Female. Mixed Race, favoring caucasian. Dirty blonde hair. Light green eyes. Natural height 5’ 10”. Natural weight 158.  Distinguishing … Continue reading

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Interview with the Wolfs (Part 1)

Date: {REDACTED}Casefile: 5734968-1Home: NAOn/Off site: OffInterviewer: Samuel Horn (I.D.)Scribe: Gemma Lewis (S.D.) Notes: Subject name: Glenn Wolf. Worldborn. Werewolf. 16 Y.O. Male. Mixed Race, favoring caucasian. Dirty blonde hair. Light green eyes. Natural height 6’. Natural weight 217.  Distinguishing marks: … Continue reading

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The Journal of Jake Fontane

June 3rd This was a lot less silly when I was eight and they made me do it in school, but Dr. MacNamara said it would help with the healing process. You get it out on paper and then it’s … Continue reading

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