Midnight in Texas

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πŸ“… Published on July 9, 2019

"Midnight in Texas"

A Sunset in Texas got a sequel! StarlessandBibleBlack brings us another creepy pasta story about cannibals and a horror related secret.
Narration by: MrCreepyPasta

Cooper jostles slightly in a seat is the
pickup truck bounced its way down the
countryside Road the asphalt has long
since faded giving way to cracks and
bumps that marred its surface as the
vehicle cruise down the road he looked
out his window at the fields that flash
by rows of corn past hypnotically by his
gaze as his destination drew near he
peered into the rearview mirror to see
his stepson Andrew staring out the
window as well the teenagers blond hair
danced in the air their strings the
cracks at the top of the window Cooper’s
gaze was suddenly diverted back to the
front of the cab as his wife placed her
hand over his well he gripped the
gearshift Susan gave him a warm smile
squeezed his hand you know I really
didn’t need to take the afternoon off to
come with us here we get it just come
next time you’re free from work Susan
said Cooper grinned as he continued to
stare out the windshield
I’d both made her break I know all three
of us missed spending afternoons out
here with gunner Susan let out a little
chuckle that was nearly lost in the wind
through her open window and the statical
a song emitted from the radio
finally Cooper let out under his breath
the familiar white farmhouse gunner
inhabited came into view over the top of
some low-lying bushes Cooper let off the
accelerator causing the truck to slow
down before turning into the gravel
driveway as I drew closer to the
familiar home rocks crunched under the
tires and the smell of freshly cut grass
entered through the open windows Andrew
perked up in his seat the eyes went wide
you didn’t tell me we’re gonna go visit
uncle gunner exclaimed without any
hesitation to keep the excitement from
his tone
Cooper chuckled and glanced at him in
the rearview mirror if I told you in
advance you would have been bugging me
the whole way here on how much longer
that’s going to be Andrew had now tuned
out his stepfather’s voice and at his
face pressed against the window with one
final press of the brakes cooper brought
the truck to a halt to the passenger
side facing the front door and as if on
cue screen door was flung open and
gunners tall slender frame stepped out
into the sunlight he wiped the palms of
his hand on the front of his pants
before out stretching his arm into a
welcoming embrace oh it’s wondering when
you all get here better let out as
Andrew threw open the door to the truck
he bolted across the narrow span of
grass that stood between the front steps
of the house and the driveway
Andrew shut down his hand and pulled the
man into a hug I know it’s only been a
couple of months and you realized here
but I could swear you’ve grown at least
another inch figured you would have
stopped growing at your age I’ll give
you a run for your money maybe I’ll make
six-foot by the end of the summer and
you’re let out as a joke Gunnar Russell
his hair and looked up as Cooper stepped
out of the truck walk in the direction
they shook hands
but Cooper quickly found himself being
pulled into a bear hug you should know
better than to greet me with a basic
handshake Gunnar said as his voice
trailed off in a laughter in the end of
the sentence he let go of Cooper as
Susan approached with a large smile
across her face Gunnar bent down
slightly to reach her height and
embraced her as well it’s been a good
few months as I’ve seen you as well
uh-huh my job keeps me busy most of the
time trust me it’s nothing I’d been
wanting more than just to come out here
relax sometimes Gunnar nodded and turned
to Andrew who was now swaying back and
forth on the porch swing you know Andrew
better called out new carriage is born
earlier this week why don’t you and your
mama go over the stable to have a look
almost your dinnertime anyway still
remember how to feed the newborns who
take care of last summer
Andrew nodded with excitement before
bolting down the front steps and long
stride and taking off in the direction
of the stables on the other side of the
Susan shook her head with a grin for
walking behind him boys sixteen still
gets excited as a child when he comes
season said little laugh and she
quickened her pace to catch up with him
once the two were out of earshot the
smile slowly started to fade from
Gunners face as he turned to look at
Cooper I have a feeling I know what it
is about he said with a concerning
neutrality to his tone Cooper kept his
gaze on Andrew and Susan as they
continued towards the stables day was
gonna come eventually gunner Cooper took
a deep breath as a cool breeze blew
across the property yeah I wish I had a
little more time to prepare my answer
properly got another doubt he walked
back up the front steps with the board
squealing under his weight
Cooper followed close behind go ahead
have seat make yourself comfortable I’ll
fix us each a drink I’m feeling we’re
gonna need one at least it was of course
of this conversation cupid let his body
collapse into the cradle the rocking
chair kicking his feet up on the railing
as he slowly pulled himself forward and
back as he listened to Gunnar fooling
around in the kitchen now for a couple
minutes he stepped back outside with a
glass in each hand White Russians Cooper
asked with an amused hint of surprise in
his tone my god you really are
old-fashioned Cooper took the glass and
stirred the liqueurs and heavy cream
together with a small plastic straw
Gunnar took a seat in the chair next to
him stared out over the field to Jason
to the property the air had gradually
gotten cooler over the course of the day
evolving from a discomforting heat to an
enjoyable coolness you know coop I’ve
been dreading having this conversation
with you ever since you married that
Gunnar took a sip from his glass while
Cooper kept his eyes locked on him in
complete silence I don’t mean this in a
bad way every man in this town needs to
have this conversation with their kid at
some point some people don’t mind it
because they already know the answer but
other tried to put up a fight and fear
the possible disapproval their kids have
for them customs
yeah I’ll know what results in their son
and daughter disagreeing so I can I can
hardly blame the parents were fighting
all this Gunnar delighted a heavy sigh
before resting his drink on the porch
railing I know that andrew has no clue
with Google on this down but you have
any hunch of how will I will respond
when he finds out GUP there’s a moment
of silence between the two men
bugs tripped in the grass and the faint
crackle of a radio could be heard from
somewhere in the house Cooper swore he
could make out the lyrics to the the man
in me by Bob Dylan that the static they
sent without saying a word
gunner had his eyes locked on Cooper
while he stared out over the land and
thought for a moment I have to tell you
the truth gunner I I have no idea how
he’s gonna respond all this tried taking
him hunting and then to test the waters
shot a deer last winter it’s very
hesitant when I came to getting the
thing harvesting the meat Cooper made an
agitated sound before a pinch and the
bridge of his nose
that’s the only thing even remotely
close to testing his feelings about all
this but what we’ve done notice they
have no eye
which way he’s gonna go about this I was
terrified that you know that they’ll
have to kill him
gotta let out with no emotion in his
tone another awkward silence hung in the
air as Cooper’s stuttered at the cold
realization that he’d been so afraid to
confront Cooper stretched and reached
for his glass resting on the porch
railing in one gulp he finished off the
drink and placed the glass back down on
whether it would yeah it’s never easy
Gunnar said while continuing to stare
out of his property something Strongest
Man I come to know in this town cried
like a baby when that kid was taking
away never easy for me either
no no matter how many times I do it I
don’t think I’ll ever get over the
feeling of knowing that I’m more
responsible for killing someone’s child
then why do we keep doing it
Donner turned a look at Cooper he was
now sitting fully upright in his chair
and staring at him
the most serious look plastered on his
face that Gunnar had ever seen some of
you know the answer to that qu don’t
make me explain it Cooper sat in silence
for a few seconds before grabbing his
glass and we’re treating inside he’s
lost more liquor and heavy cream into
the glass hardly paying any attention to
the proportions that he had been
throwing together as Cooper came back
through the doorway he stirred the light
and dark liquids together with his
finger before wiping it on his shirt he
took a large sit before falling back in
the rocking chair all right let me
rephrase the question I know your
reasoning as to what would happen if we
didn’t do it but there must have been
some incident that caused you to set
this in motion I find it hard to believe
that you’re doing this just as a
precaution something did happen or or I
got really close to happening
get our smiled and look over it too
sometimes I forget how smart you are ku
there’s a damn fine reason you’re the
only person I’ve ever abducted who’s
walked out of his house alive he said
with a chuckle gunner let out a heavy
sigh and propped his feet up on the
nearby end table it was probably about
12 years ago boy named Rodney just a
year or two younger than Andrew now
they’re able to get away with not
sending their kids to school for a
little while but eventually we knew
they’d need to get the proper education
much my father’s just like anything I
let him go back to school took longer
than my father had originally expected
but it was still only about five months
for the incidents occurred he was in a
class for other kids from town there’s
one girl named Lily sat next to him for
the whole day growing up together so it
only makes sense they’re really good
friends because of this they confide in
each other the one day I really went
home told her dad that rot and he wanted
to go to the police tell him everything
that was going on was a little down that
very night her father came running in
our front door and started banging on it
I was already in bed but could hear from
the downstairs in our living room
explaining everything to my dad
immediately after that my father grabbed
a shotgun hanging over the fireplace
nestled on the covers of my bed heard
him slam the door to his truck engine
roaring life he peeled out of our
driveway and my young mind raced trying
not to imagine what was gonna happen
Paul and a-rod knew it in school on
there the next day either when any other
day after that I made the assumption
what happened
old man skirted the question whenever he
asked year later when my old man passed
the tradition on the mean he fully
explained what had happened that night
pulled up to old Rodney’s house that
shotgun slung over his shoulder it was
late at nights as parents answered the
door a lot of confusion father told him
not to interfere simply pushed him away
walked upstairs Rodney’s mother screamed
and collapsed on the floor my father
dragged the boy downstairs screaming
fine the entire way kind of paused for a
moment the void of silence was once
again filled by the surrounding bugs and
soft blowing breeze my father took
Rodney outside lemmed even the property
put a bullet in the back of his head
Cooper was sitting with his hands
clasped together holding his chin up his
gaze was now focused out over the
farmland the Setting Sun being to
disappear behind the horizon and he you
are incorrect in your assumption coop
don’t just do this some paranoid
precaution we do it as it almost
happened huh I don’t want anything like
that to ever happen again
sharing one discover what goes on this
down I don’t want to be I don’t want to
be around to witness it witnessed the
fallout of members of our society would
have you know the armed authority if you
ever considered just ending this
letting the generations that remember
and participated in it just fade away
was time
Nona chuckled and finished off his drink
he kicked his legs up on the patio
railing and rocked himself in his chair
trust me I considered it on more than a
few occasions be a weight off my
shoulders but I don’t trust some of the
people in this town this was a reason
I’m the sole person he goes out and gets
meet those wanting I’m terrified but if
I give up the whole thing those who
crave it bad and awful just defy my
authority so I get it themselves let’s
face it not everyone is a smooth clean
and tedious as I am terrified that
someone would easily get caught in the
whole town and be busted off in the
Cooper could see Andrew and his mother
returning from the stables he steps on
it down something which was now held in
his hands but Cooper was unable to make
out what it was from a distance now I
know it’s not ideal
gunner said in a somewhat defeated
manner however it’s the best I can do
with the situation my father put us in
all those years ago personally I never
see an end to this so the best thing we
can do is just try control it the best
of our ability two men sat in silence
once again
Cooper ran through the multiple
scenarios in his head while gunner did
his best not to let emotion cloud his
judgment if we end up having to go
through with it
I am I I want to be the one that does it
gunner raised an eyebrow and turned to
give Cooper a surprised look you know I
had parents offered to do the same for
their kids in the past but I never
really expected that to come out at you
you sure you’d be up for it I killed my
own father didn’t I humor us with a
sense of pride as he recalled the night
in vivid detail yeah but your father was
someone that you despised with every
fiber of your being his look and that’s
a lot different than killing someone
that you’ve come to know and love as
your own son Cooper open his mouth to
respond but he found he was he was
unable to say anything
I look to up I’ll give you a note mara
afternoon to go through with all this if
you pull Andrew aside tomorrow if I pull
Andrea aside tomorrow I know you haven’t
asked him about it no I have to do it
myself you and I both know that it would
pain me deeply to do that to the poor
kid soon over your sake and my sake I
want I want I want you to go through
this cooper nodded
focus his gaze on the two members of his
family as they drew closer to the
farmhouse Andrew came bolting across the
yard with a large grin plastered on his
face clutched in his hand Cooper could
make out that he had a post of a wrought
iron fence a spike adorned the top and
Russ dabbled numerous spots on its
surface well looks like you found part
of the fence that used to run around his
property that thing fell into disrepair
before I was even born
kind of said probably reached into his
pocket and retracted a pocketknife with
the one swift motion he flipped it over
and scraped at some of the rust and
orange powder fell into the air
revealing the dark metal underneath
looks like it looks like most of the
rust is only on the surface so how about
after dinner you and I go ahead and
clean that thing off and get it treated
Andrew nodded his head with excitement
and rested the large length of metal
against the doorframe
Susan opened the screen door and turned
her head back as she stepped inside
Andrew how about you come and help me
fix dinner and reheated his mother’s
instruction and followed her inside as
the sound of shuffling pots and pans
echoed through the screen door gunner
turn back to Cooper with a serious look
on his face if I were you I’d talk to
him after dinner I should worse come to
worse we have to we have to take care of
I personally think it’d be best of the
last memories he had were of a night
like that it’s surrounded by family
gonna stood up from his chair placed a
hand on Cooper shoulder put a lot of
faith in you coops please don’t let me
down well the final heavy sigh got I
went inside to help prepare dinner
Cooper found himself sitting alone on
the front porch
the sounds that were drifting outside
from the kitchen were filtered out all
he could hear with a buzzing of cicadas
and a slight breeze wafting through the
tall grass near the edge of the property
just like the first time he’d ever been
in this house but sunset was casting an
eerie orange glow over everything
what have once been a living nightmare
when he woke up strapped to a chair and
Gunners living-room was now a place he
considered to be his true home he had
come to love and accept Gunnar as a
father figure
only never had growing up out of the
corner of his eye he saw faint movement
the door to the barn had been left open
causing it to rock slightly on its
hinges as it caught in the breeze a soft
groan would escape the hinges barely
audible to Cooper over the distance as
he stared at the building had dragged
his father into the smell of blood began
to fill his nostrils all the memories of
that night came flooding back he shook
his head and jolted up from the rocking
chair not wanting to think about it
he walked inside just as dinner was
being gold from the oven the four of
them aided the dining-room table had
been adorned with the first flowers of
spring there were plenty of stories told
and laughter to be had as night began to
fall over the small Texas farmhouse the
entire time
Cooper’s mind swarmed the thoughts of
what is going to have to do later that
however he managed to keep his composure
and put on a pleasant demeanor during
all of it after Susan had served dessert
Andrew helped clear the table and put
all the dishes in the sink after they
had all been scrubbed and placed on the
drying rack the four of them sat in the
living room and watched a movie on
television the clock about the mantle
was just about to strike 10:00 when
Cooper leaned over and whispered
something in Andrews ear hey would you
mind coming outside helping about
something Andrew didn’t ask any
questions simply followed Cooper outside
as he opened the door a symphony of the
night filled their ears the entire
landscape had come to life for the sound
of birds insects other night life that
inhabited the surrounding land
Cooper stepped off the gravel driveway
into the freshly cut grass his boots
leaving prints in his wake the two men
walked in the direction of the stables
guided by the faint shadows of
vegetation and the moonlight what do you
think of living in this town Cooper
asked bluntly not knowing how else to
start the conversation I mean it’s not
bad or anything I just not a big fan of
the isolation Cooper continued to walk
as he pondered how to continue the
conversation yeah well there’s a reason
that this town has remained isolated
when money others have evolved expanded
over the years there’s a reason I’m
smooth move there coop he thought to
himself I know
Cooper felt his heart skip a beat he
almost tripped in a shallow hole causing
him to stumble slightly before regaining
his balance whatever you think the
reason is I guarantee you that it’s not
I mean it’s not because the people is
town practice cannibalism Cooper was now
at a complete loss of words he had
ceased his stride causing him to stand
completely stare at his stepson silence
hung in the air around him save for the
sound of the surrounding wildlife
although Cooper was tempted to say
something immediately his loss for words
caused him to think over his next words
damn uh-huh even smarter than I
originally anticipated Andrew did not
respond to this he stood motionless and
stared at Cooper with unblinking eyes I
guess well before we get too deep in his
conversation I have to know how did you
find out uncle Gunnar and I do our best
to keep all this a secret from the kids
and remotion has had to decide signaling
for Cooper to follow him as he began
walking again deciding it was best not
to question the sudden leadership role
that his stepson had taken Cooper
not every kid knows let me rephrase that
some kids know but not all of them
believe it the first time I heard these
stories was in middle school I was in a
group of friends and some of the older
kids started trying to spook us with
tales about how how some members of the
town would go about abducting people
across the state butchering them as they
continued to walk across the field
Cooper kept his gaze straight ahead he
didn’t speak a word and simply listened
to Andrews explanation at the time we
didn’t really think of it as anything
more than some sick and twisted joke
somewhat pathetic attempt to spook us so
when did you find out that it actually
was all real Andrew paused for a moment
as he gathered his thoughts it was the
day I spent the night at this kids house
my birthday we had been good friends for
years so his parents let me stay for
dinner and spend the night after all the
other kids had gone home his mother made
a roast that filled the entire house
with an intoxicated aroma at the time I
thought she just splurged and spent a
little bit of extra cash on a good pork
roast from the butcher
Andrew sighed and stared up at the stars
in the sky
it wasn’t until we were all seated
around the dining room table and his
mother placed the still steaming pan
down in the middle that something struck
me as odd whatever meat this was it
certainly didn’t look like any kind of
roast I’d ever had before when I asked
what it was his parents just stared at
me for a moment the mother didn’t know
how to respond so the dad just asked me
if I wanted to try a piece
Andrew ceased speaking causing a silence
to fill the space between them
what did you do Hoover asked in a dry
I thought about all the rumors of people
being abducted in butchered I also
thought about the instances where some
kids would stop coming to school it
suddenly occurred to me in that moment
that perhaps perhaps there was some
truth to those stories my mind suddenly
began to fear what would happen if I
acted out at the dinner table so I did
the only thing that was guaranteed to
keep me safe I took a big slab of it on
my plate and I ate every last bit
Cooper could hear Andrews swallow loudly
he assumed his stepson was having to
swallow down vomit after reliving that
I don’t really disagree with it I guess
the only thing I don’t like is that
innocent people are usually the ones
abducted for all of this I guess it’d be
different this was done with criminals
or other degenerates of society Cooper
tuned out Andrews voice immediately
after the sentence ended from deep
within his mind a consideration came
back that he tried to keep tucked away
deciding this is as good a time as any
he stopped in his tracks Andrew did the
same when the familiar crunch of
vegetation under his stepfathers boots
follow me Andrew there’s something I
need you to see super turned on his
heels and started back in the direction
of the barn and you followed close
behind during the walk over both remain
quiet and to themselves when they
finally reached the tall and looming
shadows of the barn structure Andrew ran
back to the house and soon returned with
the iron post clenched tightly in his
grasp trust me you won’t need to defend
yourself Cooper said with a forced
chuckle but I guess if it makes you feel
more comfortable go ahead bring it
Andrew stood in front of the large doors
one of them hung slightly ajar causing
the smell of old wood motor oil and
decaying plants to come spilling out
into the cool night air it should go
without saying but I want to make sure
that you understand the severity of what
I’m about to show you if you speak a
word of this to anyone I won’t hesitate
to put you down I’ve come to think of
you as my my son my own flesh and blood
as much as I as much as it would pain me
don’t think that there would be any
resistance for me to put a bullet
through your attitude do I make myself
Andrew swallowed the lump in his throat
and nodded his head
Cooper swung the door open fully in
motion first steps on the Fallen side as
Andrew stepped over the threshold he
placed the sleeve of his flannel shirt
under his nose to avoid the growing
severity of the smells inside Cooper
continued towards the back of the barn
where a rickety flight of stairs
ascended into a loft before going up
onto the first step he grabbed the
shotgun that was hanging from a hook on
the wall as the two men climbed up the
the ancient wood groaned and squealed
under their weight when they finally
reached the top
Cooper reached out and flicked the light
switch that was mounted on the
structural post but the wires crudely
stapled to the frame of the barn to the
right of the opening in the floor where
the stairs came up Andrew could hear a
light bulb crackle to life in a sickly
yellow glow filled the area in front of
them Cooper stepped into the loft and
waited for Andrew to reach his side
Andrew could see that the floor was
covered in a thick layer of dust
although it had been disturbed in some
places his eyes then focused on a set of
chains they were bolted to a large beam
overhead the links drooped down from the
ceiling until about halfway between the
beam and the floor were curving out
towards the back of a loft and
disappearing into the shadows before
Andrew was able to question what they
were there for Cooper lifted his boot
and banged it loudly on the floor wake
up he screamed in a deep booming voice
that echoed throughout the building and
since I chilled on Andrews spine there
was a moan of silence before shuffling
could be heard the chains rattled
slightly causing a metallic clinking in
the air
Andrew watched in horror as one hand
with a chain shackled around the wrist
stretched out from the shadows and
crawled at the floorboards before it
soon after another one came forward with
a matching chain shackle and caused the
crackling of its joints to fill the air
and who found himself unable to move as
the two arms extended into the light
heaving a body from the shadows the head
that was covered by greasy disheveled
hair emerged from the darkness a mouth
appeared from beneath matted locks of
hair and opened as if to scream but only
a painful squeak escaped
it’s head slowly turned from
side-to-side attempting to locate where
the sound of Andrews heavy breathing was
coming from the thing led on a raspy
wheeze as its gaze locked directly on
him Andrew started to step back but
Cooper quickly grabbed his shoulder and
halted his movement brought someone to
see you called out
this caused the creature to let out
another a pitiful attempt at speaking
extending a hand further it caused the
chains above to rattle and echo through
the building went a step toward you we
don’t want any trouble like last time do
we the head started to hang towards the
I said now Dewey Cooper slammed the heel
of his boot harder onto the wood floor
the boom caused the creature to throw
his hands around its head and bend down
into the fetal position
stay close to me and listen to anything
I say Cooper said his emotion for Andrew
to follow him
together the two took slow and cautious
steps towards the thing that was now
huddled over in a ball on the floor with
each footstep it connected with the
floor Andrew could see its body tremble
with fear now within the close distance
Andrew could tell this was not some
starved creature but a human being death
who is that
and you’re asked as he stopped in front
of the individual without speaking a
word Cooper used the barrel of a shotgun
to put the greasy strands of clumped
hair away from the person’s face in the
dim light from overhead and who stared
down to the face a face that he had not
seen in years
although yellowed bandages were wrapped
around his eyes he was still able to
recognize some facial features he felt
his limbs go numb in the iron post fell
fur was hand it came down to the floor
with a loud thud causing the man that
lay there in front of him to throw up
his hands and self-defense
I thought you your mother had to keep
you from the truth for a reason and
return to Cooper with tears starting to
run down his cheeks your daddy never
died in a car crash like your mother
always told you she did that to spare
you from the truth until she felt that
you were ready to hear about it she
personally would have liked for you to
stay oblivious to all this for a few
more years but I don’t I don’t see a
better time for you to know the truth
than right now
Andrew continued to stare down at the
malnourished and weathered figure of his
biological father on the floor the image
in his mind of a once muscular and
powerful figure were now replaced with
those of the weakened person that lay
before him why why did you do this to
him Andrew barely managed to choke out
through heavy sobs Cooper took a deep
breath and prepared himself for the
conversation he had dreaded that would
come I’d only known your mother for just
a couple weeks when I first met your
father at first he was respectful to me
I agreed to respect him however things
immediately started to reveal themselves
one night when your mother pulled me
aside she told me about all the times
that he would beat her how she thought
that I was the person that could finally
help her escape the living hell that he
had turned her life into
andrew looked up from his father to look
at Cooper a dead expression was
plastered across his face as he glared
down the man before him that wasn’t even
the worst of it she told me that he had
just recently started to sexually abuse
her it was small things at first but
they eventually grew to be extremely
dark sinister got to the point where
your mother would would fake having late
shifts at work so she could sleep in her
car in the parking lot instead of going
home to him all that Andrea ever thought
of his father over the years suddenly
came crashing down around him as he
stared down at the monster that lay
trembling in his feet for the first time
in his life Andrew could feel an emotion
towards his father that he never thought
would come forth blistering anger
I told Gunnar about this in confidence
one night when I was visiting badly as I
wanted to tell the police about all this
we both know I’d only lead to the
possibility of them finding what goes on
in his town if we turned her father into
the police he could just as easily lead
them back to what goes on here any sort
of law enforcement in this town is
extremely frowned upon so so we decided
the only sensible thing to do was to
take matters into our own hands
Cooper paused for a moment and sucked in
a deep breath before continuing gunner
and I hopped into my truck and drove to
your house one night when you were at a
as soon as we opened the doors we walked
into the front yard I’d hear your
mother’s screaming from inside he ran
towards the front door we could see her
father pinning her onto the floor
thankfully he had left the door on long
so he burst in took aim at him with our
weapons continually punching her in the
stomach and our sudden presence that
hardly seemed to slow him down as badly
as I wanted to blow his head off right
there and then your mother was too close
for me to guarantee that she wouldn’t be
hit as well got I ran up behind him
before he had time to react and smacked
on the back of the head or the butt of
his rifle Cooper crouched down and he
was the barrel of a shotgun to remove
even more hair from around the father’s
neck area a grimy bandage similar to the
one around his eyes was wrapped around
his throat and who had no exact estimate
as to how long it had been on him but he
guessed it had been there a few years we
came to later find out that your mother
had been pregnant he didn’t want another
child decided to kill the baby himself
at a drunken stupor we didn’t reach your
mother soon enough she miscarried a few
days later your uncle gunner and I
decided that it would be too merciless
to kill your father after that night
instead we decided to keep him alive so
he could spend the remainder of his days
tortured by the consciousness of his
action he brushed the back of his hand
against the man’s cheek causing him to
flinch in the redneck Cooper reached
into his back pocket retrieved a
pocketknife he slipped the blade under
the bandages causing Marko to stiffen
out of fear with one swift motion Cooper
sliced off the bandages with the
sickening tear as it fell to the ground
and drew stared at the darkened scar
crossed his father’s throat stead of
gagging him I came up with the idea of
slicing off his vocal cords I’ll never
speak again but his breathing is in
troubled like it would be with a sock
stuffed down his throat should something
ever happen when the authorities find
him he’ll never be able to say what
occurred here Cooper grabbed Mac’s hair
and lifted his face up towards Andrew
this caused other painful squeak to
escape his throat as Cooper placed the
blade under the bandages around his eyes
Andrew already feared that he knew what
was going to be underneath Cooper sliced
off the fabric you’re feeling his
father’s eyelids zigzagging stripes of
black thread held them together and
Andrew could feel bile beginning to rise
in the back of his throat
he ever found a way to escape we didn’t
want him to simply tear off a blindfold
and find his way to the police I also
didn’t want to completely remove his
eyes and ruin the possibility of getting
an infection and dying prematurely so
gunner kept him knocked out and stitches
eyelids closed although this was a crude
method it was extremely effective
Andrew opened his mouth to speak but
found himself unable to utter a single
the man who he had idolized for years
and missed so dearly now sat is a broken
man in front of him but that excel the
father that he had known and loved for
many years a few more tears fell down
his cheeks as he struggled to swallow
the lump in his throat and I know this
is a lot for you to take in right now
Andrew no man should ever have to see
his father in such a state like this but
I have to make it clear to you but not
every bad action that goes on in this
town is given to those who are
undeserving there are a lot of times
when your uncle Gunnar and I have
disposed of some horrible people on this
earth I just hope that you understand
this now when we go back in the house
I’m gonna sit you down with your uncle
Gunnar and the three of us are gonna
have to talk about before Cooper was
able to finish his sentence Andrew
picked up the wrought iron from the
ground and swung it high over his head
the length of metal came crashing down
on max with a sickening crunch small
droplets of blood scattered across the
few of them spatter on the bullet their
another gasp escaped max throat this one
even louder than the previous a crooked
hand slowly lifted up in defense only to
be met with Andrew swinging the post
with all of his might Cooper could hear
the bones within his hand cracked and
protrude through the surface of the skin
Mac immediately retracted the limb
against his body before he was able to
huddle up anymore Andrew brought the
metal down into his father’s back Cooper
stumbled back and collapsed on the floor
although no bones could be heard
breaking this time it was a sickening
thump when I made contact Andrew could
hear his father sharply taking a breath
proceeding to violently heave and call
his blood dripped down the corner of his
lips Andrew let out another
blood-curdling scream as he continued to
bludgeon his father in various spots on
the back and head one blow in particular
came with such immense force to the back
of Mac’s skull that the stitches over
his eyes began to tear and I partially
protruded from between the crusty skin
and looked out upon the world after
years of being shielded and hidden away
the last thing max saw was his own son
raising the iron post for one final blow
Andrew gritted his teeth and smashed the
iron into his own father’s head all the
fractures that I’ve been created along a
skull finally connected and caused it to
cave-in Andrew could hear a stomach
churning squish as bone fragments were
forced into the soft and now exposed
tissue of his brain with one final
breath Mack dropped onto his head and
into the puddle of blood that formed
beneath them the ones shaking figure was
now motionless Andrew could feel his
chest heaving as he took deep breaths
Cooper stared to the body and complete
all of his position on the floor he had
expected Andrew to have a few choice
words for his father but never
anticipated the situation to escalate to
this severity Cooper wiped the blood
that had spattered on his face at the
back of his sleeve and looked up at
Andrew although Cooper had been spared
for the majority of the bloodshed
Andrews clothes were heavily doused in
the dark crimson fluid the flannel shirt
and jeans would have to be burn later to
dispose of any evidence and possibly the
shoes that were now slowly being soaked
in the blood puddle that crept towards
his feet Andrew why
Cooper was unable to form a complete
sentence he continued to stumble over
his words while glancing at his stepson
the blood on his face reflected in the
sickly yellow light overhead Andrew
continued to stare down at his father’s
lifeless body as his breathing finally
returned to normal the loud clang that
echo through the barn the wrought iron
post fell to the ground
part of it landed in the blood puddle
causing some droplets to fly into
Cooper’s shoes took care of this later
Andrew said without any sort of remorse
or victory and his tone
Andrew bent down and pulled at Mac’s
hand there was a sickening crunch as
Cooper heard the bones and his fingers
crack something was now clamped to
Andrews fist but Cooper was unable to
make out what it was with one final
glare at the mangled corpse before him
Andrew slightly turned on his heels and
walked towards the stairs he passed
Cooper staring into his stepsons eyes
the joy and innocence that once filled
them had left and now replaced with a
cold emptiness Cooper stood to his feet
and quietly followed Andrew back to the
ground floor as they turned towards the
open doors and passed under the loft
Cooper felt blood seep through the
floorboards and fall into his hair the
small puddles that were forming on the
ground squelched under his boots as the
man could once again hear the bugs out
side stepping out into the coolness of
the night Andrew pointed his head
towards the heavens and sucked in a deep
breath his eyelids fluttered shut as he
slowly let the air out between his lips
Cooper stepped up next to him although
hesitant at first he slowly reached out
and placed a hand on Andrews shoulders
he didn’t immediately react but slowly
turned to face Cooper
the emptiness still lingered in his eyes
but a glimmer of happiness cause the
corner of his lips to slightly pull into
a smile you know right there under your
perast in a soft tone Andrew let out a
light chuckle and stared off the
farmhouse in the distance gunner and
Susan suddenly stood up from the rocking
chairs she bolted down the front doors
and sprinted in their direction with
gunner following behind at a walking
pace I’m fine yet perfectly fine Cooper
felt the wind suck from his lungs at
that moment
andrew had never called him dad before I
expected that day to not come for a long
time and returned and gave Cooper a warm
smile before wrapping his arms around
him taken by complete surprise
Cooper slowly lifted his arms and
returned the embrace you make me proud
to call you my son who prepared tears
and I’m proud to call you my dad Andrew
said just before Susan reached them I
could see the blood all over your white
shirt from the porch coupe what the hell
happened she froze in places and
returned to reveal the dark spots
scattered all over his clothes
Susan clasped a hand over her mouth
Jesus Christ Andrew what the hell did
you do she struggled to hold back tears
when her hands began to tremble Mack’s
gone no Andrew laid out under his breath
Susan gave me a confused look before
shaking her head from side to side
no baby if dad’s been gone for a long
long andrew step forward and grab one of
her arms he placed his hand over hers
and gripped it tightly blood ran down
his wrist slowly cascading over Susan’s
skin the still warm fluids almost caused
her to pull back
I know the truth my mom he’s finally
gone though Andrea pulled his hand away
from Susan looked down at what her son
had left in the palm of her hand sitting
in a small pool of blood
was Mac sweating man tears began to
stream down Susan’s cheeks as she held
the tarnished gold ring between two
fingers unable to speak she threw her
arms are on Andrew and held him tightly
the wrought iron slip from Andrews
fingers wants more and fell into the
grass to his side his arms wrapped down
his mother as she sobbed into his
Cooper watched on the side is gonna
finally reach the group he walked up to
Cooper and examined the blood stains on
his shirt for the first time since his
own father had been killed Cooper saw a
look of the wildermann on Connors face
the man looked up at the barn and back
to Cooper without having to even ask the
question the men exchanged glances and a
smile Andrew let go of his mother and
slowly turned to Cooper with blood still
speckled on his face he smiled come on
dad weather’s perfect for a bonfire I
know Uncle Gunners been meaning to burn
off some trash for a while
with a pat on the back
Cooper wrapped his arms around Andrews
shoulders and the two men started back
towards the farmhouse
no not hung in the center of the sky
bathing land at an eerie blue tent gonna
retrieve the wrought iron posed from the
ground he and Susan followed them as
they walk she sniffled got her placed an
arm over her shoulder Susan smiled and
wiped her eyes with the back of her
sleeve as they returned to the farmhouse
the iron post tripped blood the entire
way small dark splotches livid the grass
and their wake the doors to the barn
swung slightly in the breeze causing a
haunting korone to echo into the night
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