Lee held up a light bulb and watched as light flared to life. They smiled at their trick but the smile was short lived. Something was wrong, or it was going to be. The atmosphere was bearing down, the air crackling with tension and pressure. Lee didn’t like it but they didn’t know what to do about it. Wait out the storm by playing tricks with light bulbs?
It was all Lee could think to do. They paced back and forth across the small floor of their shack. The shack was nothing to brag about. Lee could walk from one end to the other in a mere five steps. It was one room with a small kitchenette and a single bed. A table with one chair was pushed against the wall. The shack boasted one window and it was through this window that Lee paused to look out.
Something moved outside the shack. It was big and dark and hulking. The thing turned its head and seemed to look right at Lee as Lee stared at the thing. Without warning the creature leaped into the air. It disappeared in flash of