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The Simpsons: Bobfather, Chapter 1Maggie stared across the room at the golden idol. She put her hands on her hips. The journey had not been easy, but now, being so close to her goal made all the trouble worth it. Her partner stepped forward.
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“Let us hurry, there is nothing to fear here”, he said with a greedy smile.
Before he could complete his first step, Maggie stopped him; she slammed him to the wall, “that’s what scares me…” she exhaled.
Maggie took a deep breath, a mix of stale temple air combined with cool air that wafted through the drafty ceiling now and then. Bending down to examine the floor, Maggie tipped her fedora back as she looked over the various booby-trapped tiles that stood before herself and her prize.
“Stay here”, she instructed the man.
“If you insist, senorita”, her partner smiled and let Maggie pass by.
Maggie calculated each step. It seemed like an eternity between each foot fall. Carefully she made her way across the floor. One, two,
Legend of Sleazy HotelBecause I watched Disney’s ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,’ I give you this:
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(By the way, it’s set in regular times. And I promise, it will not go off into random plot stories, or follow Sleepy Hollow’s legend all the way, as it is set in modern days. And the setting is in a city, so how much sense would it really make if there was a headless horseman in the middle of a town, surrounded by people? Sorry, rambling.)
Its beginning is often misunderstood—most people believe it is Lucifer’s birthday. Which, in all fairness, is not too far from the truth.
What those people do not know: Celtic priests (commonly known as the Druids) would honor Samhain, Lord of the Dead, on October thirty-first to November first. It was rumored that on the thirty-first, Samhain would conjure the souls of the dead into bodies of animals to pay for their sins. This day was believed to be All Hallows Eve. Over the many years, it wa