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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic

Madeline Carson isn't the only vampire in Ohio.
When James Franklin explores the cemetery, he attempts to get rid of the vampires once and for all.

The ninth sequel to "Feed".

The vampires had been a curse in Ohio for a long time.

I gripped the hammer in my right hand.

And the sharp stake.

It was time to end the endless horror in the dark city.


I saw Madeline Carson's rotten grave.

It was empty.

Sighing, I saw the ravens circling around the graves. The intense fog swirled and swirled around a dead boy. He had three bite marks on his neck. Someone was feeding on his blood; someone hideously evil.


I turned around.

"You can't kill me. I am immortal", Madeline Carson stated. She had long, black hair that was greying; she glided towards me barefoot. She had black eyes, and looked vampiric in the moonlight; she looked at me, and the hammer, as well as the stake. "I shall kill you because you spread horror to everyone who visits here". She laughed, and strode forward. "I need to feed on your blood", she added.

And, before she could, other vampires blocked the cobbled path.

They smirked at her, as she glared unhappily at them.

"Who are you?", she asked.

"We're the Order of the Dark Blood. You have stolen some of the human blood from us, Madeline. I'm Lord Christian". She looked at them out of intense fear. Her two daughters stood by the ancient graves, and shuddered. 

"You can have the human".

"That will be arranged soon. Unfortunately, you must share the cemetery will all vampires". Lord Christian waved his right hand, and fed on the man. He screamed as blood gushed like a geyser, and it spilled down the cobbled path. He was dead before he could be rescued. And, in the end, the black crows' eyes focused on the blood, and remained still as a statue, while the darkness consumed the dead who slept in their mahognany coffins in the eerie silence.


To be continued....


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Submitted: September 01, 2019

© Copyright 2021 Robert Helliger. All rights reserved.

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