The Panic Room (A Supernatural One-Shot)“Dean…? Dean?”The Panic Room (A Supernatural One-Shot)10 months ago in Horror More Like This
The name felt like lead on Sam’s tongue, so thick and heavy that he wasn’t sure if the syllable had actually made it past his lips.
The only reason he was aware of something cutting into his neck was the trail of red that was marking a small pathway against the stark fabric of his shirt. The dark suit and tie that usually accompanied the white-collared look were missing, but he couldn’t remember why.
His brother’s name seemed to drop soundlessly into the dark space before him. Everything felt heavy. Dull. Maybe he was dreaming.
But dreams shouldn’t smell of dust and abandonment. They shouldn’t be framed by cobwebs and wallpaper so aged that their floral design has faded into funeral bouquets. They shouldn’t have flickering candlelight and robed figures looking down on you.
No, dreams shouldn’t be like that.
But Winchesters don’t have dreams. They have nightmares. Sam smile
One Way or AnotherOkay. So when "borrowing" a car, maybe you shouldn't pick one that belongs to two guys who are armed. Live and learn.One Way or Another11 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
In my defense, they didn't look like the type that would be packing heat. They looked like the type who would be serving beers and hitting on girls at a Friday night frat favorite in the college town a few miles over.
"... BETTER GET YOUR ASS OUT OF THAT SEAT BEFORE I—"
The wheels spun on damp, moonlit asphalt, squealing loudly enough to drown out the threats coming from the smaller guy. Ah, well. It didn't take much imagination to guess how that sentence was going to end. I chanced a glance in the rearview mirror, and caught a peek of his pal hastily trying to get him to put away the gun he had pulled from the waistband of his jeans. These backroads weren't exactly thriving at this hour, but the convenience stop had enough people milling about that waving some steel around wasn't going to draw any good kind of attention.
"... SON ... OF A..."
Man, he had a