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Thanks for taking the time to look at my site, I hope you enjoy some of the ramblings. Please keep in mind that everything here is a first – or at best – second draft and hence will be full of typos and errors. Some things have swearing in them or adult content, so please again keep that in your mind. If you can’t accept that then back away now, back to safety.

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Outcasts - D1

Outcasts – Epilogue.

Faustus.   Faustus lay on the basement floor, his acolytes all dead; he was the only one left alive. Alive but unable to move, unable to do anything. Why? He thought. We, I did everything right. He was asking himself this question all the time, what had gone wrong? “Who says it didn’t work?” A voice said. The voice was female, cocky, confident, and full of humour. “I do not suppose it ever occurred to…

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Outcasts – CH9

The bulldozers worked brushing what remained of the house and its contents to one side like a child’s toybox’s contents. Everything lay upon something else. The houses long tale now a wreck of wood, plaster, plastic and metals. The dust that rose from the debris sticking to the morning dew and covering everything. “Keep the basement clear”, one of the drivers shouted as another almost pushed a selection of walls and ceilings into the hole.…

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Outcasts – CH8

The following day they had all agreed to meet back up at the Institute to discuss what they had found and what they would do next. Lisa, Martin and Crystal were all there when David and Daniel had finally arrived. David sat down in a chair. The chair wheezed as he did so. He was then the first to talk. “Here is what I am going to do”, he said. “I am going to listen…

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Outcasts – CH 7.5

Ramblings of a madman extract (1963) (edited by author) – Lilith Legend: Risen EDITORS NOTE: Ramblings was a jumbled mess when I first came across it. It had been written by a patient at Cranleigh Hospital who it was later believed to have been possessed. I cannot speak to the validity of the possession. All that I can say is that he died shortly after being admitted. I have tidied the notes to make them…

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Outcasts – CH7

David rushed to the other car, leaving Daniel, and peered inside. “Where did they go?” He asked. Daniel shrugged his shoulders then added, “No idea, I came straight to your car”. It was the truth. Why mention that he had felt the car was empty and had just glanced at it? “Copper or criminal I thought. Figured it was best to go to the copper first”, Daniel said. The others had left the Escort and…

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Outcasts CH 6.5

Ramblings of a madman extract (1963) (edited by author) – Lilith Legend: Rising EDITORS NOTE: Ramblings was a jumbled mess when I first came across it. It had been written by a patient at Cranleigh Hospital who it was later believed to have been possessed. I cannot speak to the validity of the possession. All that I can say is that he died shortly after being admitted. I have tidied the notes to make them…

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Outcasts – CH6

The car powered down the street. Its wheels shrieked at every twist and turn. It had taken only four people to cause the car to cry out in pain. It was an older model, but still, it was not made for hit and runs. The first had been the old woman, a needless one, but fun none the less. That had damaged the windscreen, point one to the human body. The second and third had…

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Outcasts – CH5

The cloud, our outcasts, just waited and watched from afar. The Church had been fun. The Church had been excellent! Like any of us, it was still learning; it would always be learning. It needed something. It wanted to have more fun. It hovered near a department store, looking and waiting for something to take its fancy; it did not take long.   Daniel sat alone at home. His head was banging. Playing the greatest…

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Outcasts – CH4

John hated Churches, and if he had believed in any of the spiritual mumbo-jumbo, he would have thought himself a creature of Hell. Not that he was evil, Heaven must be a place of preaching and boredom. Give him the sex, rock and roll and alcohol. He could live without the drugs. Churches repelled him, and he could feel his spirit dragging itself away, wanting to stay free of it all. This was all psychological. He…

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Outcasts – CH3

Daniel slept, and unlike the sleep that had plagued him for half a decade, this had been a night of good sleep. This was sleep where he did not wake sweating. Not waking to feel his heart beating in his neck, trying to escape his body. Shivering and checking the corners of the room. Did he dream? He supposed he must have, he did not – for the first time in an age – remember. Daniel sat…

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