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Squirrels: This Time It’s Personal (Part 11)

PART ELEVEN! A shift toward the “Supernatural”.


Continued from Squirrels:  This Time It’s Personal (Part 10), a chain story event started at The Community Storyboard.


Darlene’s head felt like someone had dropped a safe on it. She didn’t want to open her eyes, afraid of the pain and of what she might see. She could hear and smell the rodents that had thrown her into the back of the SUV. They were snickering and scraping and farting and belching off in some distant corner. She was in a chair and the pain in her wrists and ankles made clear that she was tied to it. And there was some disgusting cotton material stuffed in her mouth. She slowly turned her head toward the sounds and peeked through one eye.

The light was dim, gray almost, maybe it was the pain in her head that made it difficult to see well. She could barely make…

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