Here's the next chapter to my One Direction/ Supernatural story :) I hope you all like.
And I apologize in advance at the lack of One Direction in this chapter.
#supernatural #OneDirection #story
"I knew there was something about her," Dean muttered, glancing over at Sammy right after I told them that Violet is a fairy.
"I am guessing she's a leprechaun because of her size and she doesn't have dwarven ears or anything. She looks like a normal human," I replied. The Winchesters nodded agreeing.
"Oh yeah, before I forget, someone is here for you," Sam piped up. I knitted my eyebrows as to who would visit me. On cue, a brunette girl entered the area where the three of us were standing next to the front door.
"Sarafina!" I squealed as I tackled her into a crushing hug. Sarafina was a young hunter just like I was but I don't believe that she has met the infamous Winchester boys before.
Sarafina has this complicated thing going on that most hunters wouldn't be pleased with. She was the girl that would attempt to make friends more rather than ganking. Then again, her twin sister turned into a vampire. Her sister, Augustine is the sweetest vamp I have ever met.
When I first encountered the Douglas twins, it was tragic. It was the very day that Augustine was bitten and changed forever into a creature of the night. This was around nearly three years ago and the two of them were passing by the town because they were on a hunting trip.
But, there was this one guy named Ralston who was dating Augustine for the longest time and they just so happen to be able to meet in my town. It was their first year anniversary. They were utterly in love with one another. But I couldn't even imagine the expression on Augustine's face when her boyfriend told her he was a 300 year old vampire. Sarafina didn't know at the time but Augustine went 'full-Bella' and decided for herself that he wants to be with Ralston forever.
And that's basically how I met them because Papa heard about how there's this vampire couple running around stealing hospital vans that were filled with donated blood pouches. But I was on their side because I found out how nice the girls and Ralston were. I couldn't bare to let them all be killed because they were 'monsters'. Plus, Sarafina had nothing to do with it but since she's sisters with a newly vamped chick, she would be killed too. So I had helped the three of the escape before Papa could find out who it was. Sarafina, Augustine, and Ralston continued to hunt after all that has happened (only the bad creatures).
And we exchanged numbers, so we have always kept in touch. Although I am quite surprised with the visit. "What are you doing here, Sari?" I asked her. She glimpsed over to the boys behind me with an unsure look and realized that she wanted to talk to me in private. "Dean, Sam we're gonna go up into my room, ok?"
They were alright with it.
I lead Sarafina up the stairs and into my room. I got the chance to see that Gus was enjoying some wrestling on the television in the guest room. He looked all well even when he was punctured days before. After I talk to Sarafina, maybe I can mention to him that he's ok to go to his own home and be with his family. Dean was able to call Gus's home and leave a voicemail saying they were in strict business and Gus might have to stay for a couple days over security issues. I didn't understand how that lie worked but as long as he's off the hook I guess.
I entered my room and closed the door behind me as Sari sat onto the edge of my bed. "Alright, what's going on?" I questioned her straight away.
"Hunters want to hunt us," a male voice answered from behind me. I let out a shriek of surprise as I spot Augustine, Ralston, and a new guy in the corner of my room.
"Jesus Christ! How did you get in?" I asked them frantically.
"Slightly open window," Augustine said, pointing over to the slightly ajar window. I went over to the window sill and locked it closed in case for any more sneak ins. I stared at the four of them incredulously, in disbelief that three of practically invaded my home.
"Ok," I sighed out once relaxing. "Firstly, who's this guy?" I gestured over the person I have not met before.
"I'm Dylan. Sorry ma'am that we have broken into your home," he responded for himself. I was taken aback by his politeness. "The twins and Ralston you are a person we can trust. I am a werewolf of the good kind and I've been traveling with these three for about four months."
"Um ok, so we have five hunters, two vamps, and a werewolf all under one roof. Brilliant," I grumbled out, pinching the bridge of my nose.
"Whoa, three more hunters?" Ralston sputtered out. His girlfriend smacked at his shoulder. He winced at the random impact.
"Those are the Winchester boys, Ral. They're the best hunters around and the most wanted on earth, Heaven, and hell!" Augustine rambled out. "You know the Supernatural books you've read over and over?" Both Dylan and Ralston replied with a yes. "They are Sam and Dean. The official and real Sam and Dean. And the Supernatural series is their life story."
"Are you serious? You think I can get them to sign my copies?" Ralston asked with giddiness. All of us stared at him as if he was mental. He probably was because asking Sam and Dean for autographs on the very books that publicized their lives is suicide. "I'll take that as a no. Who's the third hunter then?"
"Is it not your dad?" Sarafina asked me.
"No, I would've sensed him if he was here," Augustine muttered with crossed arms.
"No, it's a really bulky, muscular hunter names Gus--"
"GUS?!" The four of them said in unison. I raised an eyebrow at their immediate reaction. "Olivia, he is one of the hunters that is hunting us," Augustine frowned.
"Oh well sorry. How could I have known?" I said a little irritated.
Then, there was a knock on the door. "Olivia? Do I hear more people in your room?" I heard Sam's voice ask me.
I hurried to the window and clicked it unlocked. "No!" I shouted out to him. "Meet up with me tomorrow somewhere. I'll give your details later," I whispered to the three friendly creatures. "We definitely have more to talk about." Augustine, Ralston, and Dylan all exited through my window and they disappeared into the night.
The door opened without my permission and all three men stood at the doorway staring at me and Sarafina. The two of us managed to make it to the bed so it didn't look like I was fumbling with the window. "It's good to see I have privacy in my own home," I grimaced at the three.
"We're sorry, Ollie. But we swore we heard other voices in here," Dean said.
"Well, it's just the two of us here," I said. "And if it’s ok, we still like to talk to one another about... Private girl problems." Sarafina's cheeks flared a bright red as I told them the boys that. She gave me a wide eyed look. But my lie had worked because the three of them apologized repeatedly and closed the door. I glanced at the girl next to me again and she looked horrified. “What? You think Gus recognized you?”
“No, it’s just that why did you have to say that in front of Sam? He must think I’m on my period or something,” Sarafina muttered.
“Oh my god, shut up. Don’t talk about Sammy that way around me! You are the second person today to like the Winchesters in that way,” I groaned.
“Why? They’re really attract--”
Sarafina laughed and then her expression changed into a more serious look. “Ok, but Gus has caught on what Dylan and Ralston looks like because they were being reckless like boys usually are. He knows that Dylan and Ralston are travelling with two other people. I don’t want him to find out who we are, Ollie. I’m absolutely terrified. We are only here in this town because we wanted to see One Direction…” A smirk appeared on her face as she mentioned it. “What was it like being sung to?!” She went from terrified hunter into a total fangirl in barely a second. That must be a record!
“All of you were there in the crowd?” I asked with knitted brows.
“Yeah, near the back. Ok, back to the problem. We were just enjoying the concert but then we found out Gus was there. He actually spotted us from afar but it was dark. He seemed to have changed his mind and went back towards the stage. All of us left after that. I guess we’re lucky we left before whatever happened though… What exactly happened, Olivia? It sounded bad on the news.”
“Demon attack basically, but we handled it,” I told her.
She nodded. “What can we do, Olivia? Gus is close to finding out about me and my sister. There are hunters all around. We won’t be able to escape.”
A light bulb popped over my head… figuratively speaking. “I have an idea. You and the group meet up with me in Copperfield Café tomorrow, ok? Tell the others. My idea might be able to take you somewhere across the country.”
“Trust me, alright? Copperfield Café around noon.”
“Ok, Olivia. You haven’t failed me yet,” Sarafina grinned.
Sari chuckled away. “Kidding.” The two of us stood up and went all the way to the front door. I spot Sam, Dean, and Gus talking to each other in the kitchen. “Tell Sam I said bye,” Sarafina winked. I scoffed and pushed her out the door. “See ya tomorrow.” She left down the dirt path then before I knew it, with a flash, she disappeared… Um.
I closed the front door and entered the kitchen since that’s where everyone seems to be. “So what are you guys talking about?” I asked the three of them with my arms crossed. They stopped their conversation to look down at me. It was very intimidating since they all towered over me. “Are you talking about the demon?”
“Yes and other things,” Dean told me, his arms also crossed. “You should go to your room and then we’ll call you down once Sam and I go get some food.”
I glowered at all of them. “Why can’t I know what’s going on? What other things are you talking about?”
“Olivia, you really don’t need to know—”
“All three of you have been living under my roof for a few days now and I am a hunter too. I can handle whatever stuff you all are talking about,” I yelled to make my point. Plus, I knew what Gus was talking to the boys about. If this involves Ralston and Dylan, I have the right to know.
“Ok, fine,” Gus said. “There’s this vampire/ werewolf duo. We have to stop them and I got from a source that they’re not alone. They have two others with them, I’m not sure what creatures the other two may be but we have to stop the four of them immediately before they kill people. I’ve been following them since Rhode Island.”
I narrowed my eyes. “Did they kill anyone? Are you sure they’re murdering people?”
Gus glanced at me suspiciously. “They have, I’m sure of it… well…”
“Well?” Sam asked.
“I haven’t had proof if they were the one’s killing humans but I believe they are killing their kind.”
“What do you mean by ‘their kind’?” I asked.
“They have ganked demons, they have killed creatures, and they beheaded some of their own kind, the vampires. I don’t understand some of it but my theory is that the four of them have made deals with some of them and just kill them off when the deed is done.”
“Or what if they’re just nice people that actually hunt for a living?” I put in, hoping that this might be a possibility for Gus to think of.
“Really? You must be too young to understand. Vampires and werewolves are out to kill and devour the humans. We cannot let that happen to innocent people,” Gus argued. This was when Sam and Dean jumped in.
“Gus, that’s not true. Olivia is right. There are monsters out there that aren’t really monsters,” Sam said, defending my statement. I nodded my head and gave off a cocky smirk. I couldn’t help it. It felt good to have the Winchesters on my side.
“Are all of you crazy? Werewolves and vampires are dangerous!” Gus snapped.
“Not all of them, I promise,” Dean told him. Gus looked at all of us in disgust and stormed off to the door. We followed after him. “Gus, c’mon. Don’t be so hasty. I know that your wife and kids were killed by a vamp--”
“DON’T YOU DARE MENTION THEM TO ME!” Gus boomed. He opened the door and slammed it shut. He left.
“His family was killed?” I muttered. “Then who did you call to late at night the other day?”
“His sister, Kathy. Gus has been living with her and her family for the past few years. He’s still not over his wife and kids’ death,” Dean answered with a frown. His expression changed and he clapped his hand. “So, I’m going to go pick up Gus, smooth things over, bring him to Kathy’s place, and we can get the food. Is that good, squirt?”
I nodded. He kissed my forehead, said his goodbyes, and he too was gone. Sammy patted my head and then walked into the living room in which has become the area for most of the Winchesters’ research. I trailed behind him. I took a glimpse of some of the papers that were scattered on the coffee table and taped on the wall. Most of which I put together as puzzle pieces in my mind. Far into the early fifties was this evil trio that enjoyed causing chaos. They have killed many people and broke the law numerous of times. Two men and one woman. Just like the demons we’re hunting. Well at least we got two thirds of them.
“Which of the men in this photo is the demon we’re finding?” I asked. Sammy went up behind me and pointed the man in the farthest right.
“Him. His name was Jordan Summers. He was a pretty messed up guy,” Sam answered. “We’re still trying to find him. We don’t know what his motive is now that his partners are gone.”
“Ok, I’m going to head up, alright?”
I went upstairs and into my room. For my time, all I did was lay on my bed, staring up at the ceiling until Dean came back with food.
I was able to convince Violet and Artemis that we should all hang out since the boys will be too busy the whole day. The Direction girls were able to pick me up 11:30. We drove over to Copperfield Café for a lunch and so I could meet up with Sarafina, Augustine, Ralston, and Dylan.
“Oh, hey there,” I greeted as I spotted Dylan and Sarafina sitting in a two people booth. “Where’s Ralston and Augustine?” Sarafina mouthed the word sunlight and I nodded, understanding their condition. I took an unoccupied table and scooted it over to connect the tables together. “Violet, Artemis, these are two of my friends Sarafina and Dylan. You don’t mind if we combine our group, do ya?”
Violet grimaced but Artemis was fully ok with it. “Sure! I love meeting people!” She sat in the chair next to Sarafina. Violet sighed and sat in the seat across from her, which got her to be next to Dylan. I sat at the very end.
“Olivia, I thought we were going to discuss this idea of yours,” Sarafina muttered.
“Well. Ok. Let’s get things settled out first.” I turned my focus to Violet. “I know you are a fairy. I’m guessing a leprechaun?” Violet’s eyes widened and for a moment, it flashed into this golden color. “And if you ever think of leaving, you don’t get this.” From my bag, I took out a bottle of crème. I was actually surprised to have found one in my pantry. I popped the lid open and clanked it down in front of her. Violet took one whiff of it and snatched it up, taking graceful sips of it.
“I haven’t had this in so long!” Violet sighed in delight. She glared over at me. “I knew you were one of those hunters.” She glimpsed around and held her head up as if disgusted. “And we have quite a group here. Another hunter and the pureblood werewolf. I guess once you’re a hunter, you meet interesting people.”
“Look, Violet. I mean no harm. There’s these two and two vampires. I just want to ask you if you can help them. Hunters are trying to kill them and this is only because they are who they are. If you don’t help them, then they might as well be dead already. They have the town swarming with hunters,” I said.
“Aw, Vio, c’mon. You can do it right?” Artemis urged her on.
Violet looked downright pissed. “Hold on a minute. No way. I am not going to do another human’s bidding!” I could see the color escape Artemis’s face when she said that. Before I knew it, Violet disappeared into thin air. I took a scan around the café and was relieved that no one had their attention on us.
“I’m sorry guys. I thought I could convince her to teleport you all out of here,” I muttered to the two.
“Olivia, it’s ok,” Dylan grinned.
“No, you all don’t deserve to die because of what you’re labeled as,” I growled. “I’m no done with this. I am going to get you all safe out of here one way or another.” I huffed and glanced at all of them. “C’mon, you all will be safe in my house.” I stood up from the table and picked up the keys that Violet has carelessly left. I glanced down at Artemis. “You mind dropping us off? And would it be ok if we talk more about everything at my place? I need to get my head wrapped around what’s going on.” Artemis nodded reluctantly. “Thanks. So ok, does Augustine and Ralston have a phone so we can call to them to meet up with us later?”
“It’s ok. I can head to the motel we’ve been staying in. We have our equipment. They'll need help bringing those things to your home,” Dylan offered.
“Alright, sounds like a solid plan,” I agreed. “We’ll see you later then.” Dylan nodded and then left before us. I glanced at the two girls in front of me. “Let’s get going to my house then.”
“Is Sam still in your house?” Sarafina asked me.
“Is that really a relevant question?” I responded, looking at her incredulously.
“Oh my god, her cousins are gorgeous right?” Artemis piped in.
“Ok, there’s a lot more things to talk about once we get to my house as so it seems.”