Adventoor, part 6"Wonderful...." Hawk said, more annoyed than disgusted. "This trip keeps getting better and better."
"Well if you two are done, there are bags we need to get." Amy said, as she started heading off, to hunt for their equipment, among the piles of other luggage. "Then we need to get the rent car, and more sammiches! We can't have an investigation, without sammiches!"
Twitchy heard his stomach gurgle at the thought of sandwiches.
"I really would prefer no...urp.... food... ugh I need some pepto."
"They took my pepto bismal away in airport security..." Dakota looked sad.
"Oh man...think I'm gonna yak again.....urp" Twitchy looked like the bile was rising up his throat again.
"Y'know, I think I'd actually prefer ghosting..." Hawk said, not particularly wanting to get puked on, again. He had kids, it wasn't like he wasn't used to it...but this just meant more time spent here, cleaning up, and less time getting to business. "You guys go find Amy...I'll meet you after I get cleaned up a bit."
Adventoor, part 5"Wait..but these rows go by three..so...does that mean someone has to...sit with strangers?" Dakota asked, frowning.
A cracking was heard on Hawk's walkie talkie. "Hey...hey...hey Hawk....you're in coach...how's it feel loading in last and exiting last hm? oh oh, and look Hawk..the menus for first class...it's complementary meals...and there's crayfish Hawk...mmm yummmy." Twitchy taunted him.
"What the..." Hawk said, somewhat surprised. "How the hell did this get in my pocket-....nevermind." he sighed, as he flopped down in a seat, next to Jake. "Amy can sit with the strangers. You'll sit with us. One less crazy person in this row, the better." he mumbled, leaning down further into his seat.
"I'm going to ignore everybody. Wake me, when we get there."
Dakota sat nervously on the plane.
"Hawwwk.....Hawwwwwk....I'm gonna get lotsa crayfish...delicious crayfish..hey...you should upgrade to first class...it's great." Twitchy pestered Hawk. "You shouldn't sleep Hawk, it'll give you more jet
Adventoor, part 4Upon getting home and getting some rest, the evidence was reviewed. Hawk discounted virtually everything, until they got to snapshots of the footprints, one of them had taken. "You saw footprints, and you still don't believe me?" Jake whined.
"They're footprints, Jacob. We don't know what made them. Therefor, not solid evidence." He said, and discounted those, as well. "By the way, where's your camera? You didn't get any photos." Jake slightly panicked; "I...uh...kinda lost it...it was...sorta stolen...." he said, a bit afraid that he'd be in trouble. "Let me guess....the Jersey Devil girl took it, so you wouldn't get any evidence?" Hawk snarked. "Exactly! I thought you didn't...." Jake stopped, mid-sentence, as Hawk gave him a glare. "Right. Sarcasm." Jake sighed, as he sat down next to Hawk, to help review what little evidence they did get.
"I'm telling you Mister Fuller she's real! I'm scarred for life." Dakota whimpered as he curled up in a corner.
"Much as I hate saying you're wro
Adventoor, part 2"N-night owl? But...we're outside....at night...and it's dark.." Dakota whined. Twitchy smirked "It's moments like this that make things great to be nocturnal."
"Why..why not a motel? Or hotel? Or back home? Oh yes, home sounds good right? Right?" Dakota pleaded, whining as he looked into the woods. "What if the m-monster comes out?"
"That's kind of the point, dude." Jake said, grabbing a camera. "What fun is an adventure, if you stay in a motel with no monsters?" he continued, with a grin.
"Plus it doesn't get you paid." Hawk added. "Besides....there's not actually any monsters. Never was, never will be. Might as well take advantage of the believers, though." he said, with a devious smile.
The creature in the trees watched and listened, her tail swaying back and forth, and a grin crept along her face. "Heh....oh, this will be more fun than I've had, in years." she said, softly, as she continued to study her newest victims.
Dakota whined as he walked off with Jake. "But...we have no pr
AdventoorBright red eyes burned through the tree lines, like blazing embers. It stared down at the unsuspecting hikers, below, watching every movement they made, quietly observing.
The branches rustled and leaves gracefully flowed down, as a movement in the treetops stalked the now-unnerved prey. A loud screech was heard, an otherworldly noise, that couldn't possibly be anything from this realm.
It swooped once, and vanished into the shadows, of the trees. It swooped a second time, knocking somebody off their feet, this go. It screeched again, before swooping a third time, sending two others to the forest floor.
Then, silence. The creature was gone, no longer could it be seen or heard. The hikers were shaken, but unharmed. A horse-like head peered down from the treetops, a sadistic grin now painted on her face, as she proudly observed the commotion she had stirred.
The full figured model Donna Williams smiled, as she opened the door to Hawk Fuller's home. In front of her was her blue skinned, g