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11 October 2015, 08:17 PM   #1
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The old shop on Main Street has hosted the Occult shop for as long as anyone can remember. In fact, even town records are a little hazy on exactly when the odd little shop opened up in the current location. If you don't know what you're looking for, you may just pass it by. The bell jingles softly as you push open the protesting doors. The interior is dark and cool. Once the door closes behind you, the noise of the town ceases. Water burbles into the old tank that looks to be holding a jjuvenile sea monster specimen. A pall of exotic incense curls sinuously in the air, intermixing with the pungent scent of old books and fragrant oils. It feels ancient. The shelves overflow with rare books, artifacts, relics, and other items coveted by both the supernatural and human community alike. The only staff members are known as 'The Twins'. They own the shop and hold a vast knowledge on the occult and archaic wares and cures, and it is said that there is powerful magi within them. Looking for help with love? A one-of-a-kind gift for someone special? If you can't find it anywhere else, you know it will be here. The curator is always on the lookout for new talismans and artifacts to add to the collection. The question is... do you really want them? Sometimes, you get more than what you bargained for.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 09:05 PM   #2
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It's been a slow day at the occult shop. Only one sale was made: a "God" amulet
sold to two brothers who were just passing through. Poor saps; the 'amulet' was just a
piece of wood Ollie had carved and painted some old runic symbol on.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 09:11 PM   #3
Joined: 11 Oct 2015
Posts: 67
Odette entered the shop with a familiar ding. She dropped her stack of newly
bought books on the counter. 
"Here we go." She said hopping on to the counter. "Every book I could find on Stephanie
DeWitt and the murders."
Odette McClain. Fifteen. Psychotic bitch. You know what they say about the crazy ones
Oliver McClain. Fifteen. Sarcastic asshole. It was more fun in hell

11 October 2015, 09:14 PM   #4
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"Don't you already know everything there is to know about those?" Oliver teases, a
brow raised as he pulls a book off of the top of the stack. "Stephanie DeWitt: The
PROXY. The fuck is a proxy?" While Oliver was overall fairly creepy, he had little
knowledge of anything otherworldly and usually referred people to his sister if that's
what they seeked.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 09:22 PM   #5
Joined: 11 Oct 2015
Posts: 67
"The proxy is the vessel the Operator takes control of to do his bidding." Odette
said with an eerie smile. There was a reason they called her Oddie. She picked up a book
and flipped through the pages. "Did you know she disemboweled someone and out there
eyes?"
Odette flips the book so her brother can see the grisly crime scene photos. "There's also
evidence that she ate parts of him!"
Odette McClain. Fifteen. Psychotic bitch. You know what they say about the crazy ones
Oliver McClain. Fifteen. Sarcastic asshole. It was more fun in hell

11 October 2015, 09:24 PM   #6
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Oliver's smile turns up as he looks at the photo. Crime scenes were so much more
his style. 
He picks up another book and begins to flip through it until an interesting bit of
information catches his eye - "Stephanie DeWitt is caught on record feeding her brother
chili made with meat taken from a human she had killed. At the time, Stephanie would have
been only seven years old." His brows knit together and upwards. "Brutal."
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 09:39 PM   #7
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Posts: 67
Odette smiled recalling a memory. When they were eight, Oliver claimed to have
found a dead cat-or was it a rat?-in the woods and said he grinded up for her to eat. In
reality it was just a bowled of hamburger meat and food coloring. Odette had eaten half
the bowel before he told her the truth. She didn't like losing dares. 
"Stephanie Dewitt. Age eleven." Odette said holding up a picture of a young girl. "She
looks so normal."
Odette McClain. Fifteen. Psychotic bitch. You know what they say about the crazy ones
Oliver McClain. Fifteen. Sarcastic asshole. It was more fun in hell

11 October 2015, 09:47 PM   #8
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Oliver nods as he looks at the photo, though a smirk slips its way to his lips.
"Yeah, except for her eyes." He points at the photo, the younger Stephanie who's eyes were
clearly black through and through.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 09:56 PM   #9
Joined: 11 Oct 2015
Posts: 67
"God, she was so wicked!" Odette exclaimed gleefully. "What if we actually bring
her back and she like murders us?"
Odette turned her head thinking about it, "It'd be a hell of a way to go."
Odette McClain. Fifteen. Psychotic bitch. You know what they say about the crazy ones
Oliver McClain. Fifteen. Sarcastic asshole. It was more fun in hell

11 October 2015, 09:59 PM   #10
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"You'd love that." Oliver kicks back in the lounge chair behind the counter and
props his feet up near the register. "Not only would you make it into the history books
for bringing her back to the Falls, but you'd be her first victim." He chuckles, ever so
gently, and shakes his head.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"

11 October 2015, 10:01 PM   #11
Joined: 11 Oct 2015
Posts: 67
Odette's eyes go wide as she grins. She leaps off the counter and walks over to
her brother. She falls into his lap. 
"Oh, come on, Ollie!" She exclaims. "We have to bring her back. We'd be fucking legends!"
Odette McClain. Fifteen. Psychotic bitch. You know what they say about the crazy ones
Oliver McClain. Fifteen. Sarcastic asshole. It was more fun in hell

11 October 2015, 10:20 PM    #12
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Oliver cocks a well-kept brow upwards. "Us? Bring back Stephanie DeWitt?" He
stands and rounds the counter to where she is. The tips of his fingers find her chin and
he lifts her head up so he's looking down into her eyes. "Us?"

With a defeated sigh and a wicked grin, he nods and goes back around the corner to lock
the register. "Grab whatever you think we will need. I'll run home and grab The Box. Meet
me in Deadwood Hollow."

With that, he grabbed his keys and disappeared out the door.
Jenny DeWitt. 24. Owner of J's Diner. Suffering from The Sickness.
Maybe
I've always been more comfortable in chaos.

Stephanie DeWitt PR⨂XY
And the young girl said, "I started to
get a ringing in my ears,"


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