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The Ruins *updated version*
, The boys struggle to survive
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Who will Survive?
WARNING: There will be lots of blood and some sexual content so children under 15 should not read
Characters: Dean, Sam, Andy, Jo, Sarah, Ellen, Bobby, Ruby, Bela, Gordan, Jake
Short Summary: Dean's stuck in his deal and Ellen an Bobby send Sam and Dean head out to an island to save Jo and battle flesh eating cannibals with unlikely friends.
I posted this story before but it didn't turn out right. So I redid it. Please read and comment!
Dean, Bela, Gordan and Jake turned when they heard something collapse behind them. Immediately Deans eyes grew wide when his brother wasn't there, neither was Jo. He gulped and ran to the edge, shining his flashlight down thehole. "Sammy." he called, trying to spot him. He couldn't tell how deep the hole was either with how dark it was.
Relieve rushed over him when he saw his brothers dirty face staring back at him. "I'm okay." he coughed.
Dean felt his heart twist at the sound of his baby brothers voice. "Sam" he yelled, when there was a pause. "I think I twisted my ankle."
Dean handed Bela his duffel. "I'm going down." he stated, starting to put his legs over the edge.
Jake grabbed him. "Is that such a good idea?" he asked.
"Come on Dean, let's just get out of here." Bela whispered, looking around the dark cave.
Dean glared at her. "I'm not leaving my brother, Jo and Sarah down here with these freaks." he spat.
"Dean, you saw what they did to Andy." Gordan reminded him.
"And, that's not happening to my brother, now move." he ordered, getting ready to jump.
"Dean." Sam started. "You have to find Sarah and get out of here."
Dean shook his head at his brother's protests. "I'm not leaving you." he said.
"I'll get him out of here." Jo spoke.
"Don't worry man, I'm in good hands." Sam assured him.
"Jo." Dean began, shining the light on her face. She looked up at him and met his sympathetic gaze.
"I won't let anything happen to him Dean." Jo finished.
Dean nodded at her and stood back up, grabbing his duffel beside him. "We'll be back as soon as we can." he told her. Dean turned back to face his three companions. "Let's go find Sarah."
"She's probably dead by now." Bela muttered, her british accent shining through her voice.
Dean turned to face and pushed her into the wall. "We're looking for Sarah." he spat. "No one leaves until we find her." he added.
Bela pushed him off of her. "I'm finding my own way off of this island, then." she said, walking off.
Dean shook his head as he looked down. "Want me to go after her?" Jake asked
"Just leave her." he admitted.
Jake looked back after her. "We shouldn't split up."
"She'll be fine on her own." Dean yelled, grinding his teeth together. "I know Bela."
"Yeah right." Jake mumbled. Dean glared over at him and started heading toward the guy when Gordan stopped him.
"Dean." he started. "We don't need this right now." Gordan yelled.
"He's right, for now on we stick together." Dean announced, glaring at Jake.
Jake wanted to respond when Dean walked off but Gordan pushed him backwards. "As long as we stay with him, we get out of here alive." he reminded him.
Jake nodded and stared him in the eyes. "What about the others?" he asked.
Gordan grinned at Jake. "Who cares about the others. As far as I know, we're the only two left." Jake looked back at Gordan and glanced up ahead at Dean, who was trying to look around the area. He looked back at Gordan when a voice startled him.
"This way." Dean said. The two followed him, with grins on their faces'.
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48 hours earlier
"Bobby wants us to check it out." Sam reminded him.
"It's in the middle of nowhere surrounded by gallons of water." Dean stated. " I'll pass."
Sam looked over at him. "Coward." he said.
Dean glanced over at him, trying to come up with a smartass remark. "Shut up." he spat, turning onto a dusty dirt road, leading to the rebuilt bar, known as Harvelle's Roadhouse. A hunters bar run by Ellen and her daughter Jo. He hadn't seen the place since the old one suddenly was bunt to a krisp, killing dozens of hunters inside, Ash included. As the bar came into view he looked up at the place, laughing to himself. The roadhouse looked the same front to back like an exact replica.
The red sign hung above the door in red lit up letters and the building had a western feel to it like before. Dean parked in a spot and looked to his brother. "Bobby wasn't kidding when he said we could miss it." he joked as he got out of the car. Dean headed around to the trunk and popped it open, opening the secret hatch to grab theirduffel's. He figured the place would be empty this early in the morning , Most hunter sleep during the day and hunt at night but with a brother like Sam, he'd be lucky if he could even get past four hours without a wake up call. He looked at Sam as he got out of the car as well.
"So, why don't you want to go?" he asked his brother, again.
"I don't go anywhere that's not....you know." he looked at Sam with a stern look on his face.
Sam laughed out loud when it dawned on him. "You can't be serious."
Dean scoffed at him and rolled his eyes, slamming the trunk down. "How far away is Bobby?" Dean asked, gripping his duffel in hand.
Sam sighed and took the hint as he looked around the parking lot, scanning th few old cars."Don't know. I thought he'd be here by now." he admitted.
Dean looked around and shrugged. "Let's go." he growled, making his way toward the front entrance. Sam caught up to him and started to open his mouth when Dean cut him off."Sam, I know what you're thinking and stop."
Sam snapped his jaw shut and sighed. "Dean," he started, feeling the weight of the question pull at him.
"I said, drop it!" he yelled as he pushed opened the wooden door. Sam stared after him and followed his brother inside, scanning for the woman who owned the place. Thebrunette was wiping off the counter when she heard the screen door slam shut.
"Boys" Ellen smiled, looking up at them.
"What brings you two here?"
Sam nodded her way and walked up to the bar, sitting his duffel on the empty stool beside him while taking a set, while Dean did the same. He noticed his brotherlooking around the place and rolled his eyes, Ellen catching the small gesture. "Jo's not here." she said, eying Dean.
Dean snapped his head around, slyly smirking at her. "I wasn't..." he paused, knowing that he couldn't lie to this woman, ever since the last time when Jo snuck off and got herself kidnapped. "Where is she?" Dean asked, changing the subject.
Ellen grabbed two beers and centered them in front of him and Sam. "I don't really know. I haven't been able to get a hold of her short after she left Duluth." she explained, popping open the beers. "Bobby should be here any minute." Ellen added, assuring them.
Sam shifted in his seat and glanced at Dean when Ellen mentioned Duluth. That was where he attacked Jo. He never called her or anything. Well neither did Dean. He felt bad for involving Jo period, but Dean assured him over and over that it was Meg and not him. Deanglanced over at him and frowned as Sam cleared his throat. "When did she leave Duluth?" Sam asked.
"A couple months ago. We keep in touch every three weeks but I haven't heard from her in a little over four now. She's probably just caught in a hunt but I'mbeginning to get worried about her." Ellen admitted.
Dean took a swig. "Need any help finding her?" he asked.
"That would be great." Ellen replied. "She was last seen in Kentucky."
Sam looked at Dean, who sharply sent him a glare. "Are you boys okay?" she asked.
"Yeah, we're fine." Sam lied.
Ellen raised her brow as she eyed them both. "Bobby told me about the deal you made for Sam, Dean." she admitted.
Dean looked at her immediately. It had only been two months since the events in Cold Oaks took place. "I could try and find some way to help." Ellen added.
"I sold my soul for a one way ticket downstairs." Dean told her. "There's pretty much no way around it." he confessed.
Ellen eyed him and grabbed the whiskey from under the counter along with two shot glasses as she heard the screen door yet again, open.
"Better not be trashing me boy." Bobby replied, walking into the bar. His boots hit the floor as he made his way up to them and sitting beside Dean.
Sam grinned. "Hey Bobby."
Bobby nodded toward Sam and looked at Ellen. "How are you Ellen?" he asked, eying the liquor she poured into the glasses. She handed one to him and down hers.
Ellen placed the glass down and looked up at the old hunter. "I have my good days and bad days." she replied.
Bobby nodded and looked down as he pulled out a yellow folder from his jacket, placing the folder in front of the brunette. "This is a job I wanted the boys to check out." he began, while the woman skimmed through the pages. "And some friends of mine spotted a blonde over there."
Ellen glanced up at him and eyed the boys fearfully. "How long ago?"
"Couple of days back." Bobby told her.
Dean and Sam stole glances between one another when they looked to Ellen. Ellen's heart dropped as Sam took the folder from her. "That's nowhere near were she is." she pointed out.
Dean smirked and he took a sip of his beer. "Well, we all know how Jo can be."
Ellen shot him a glare, Sam stepped on his foot and Bobby smacked him over the head. Dean pouted to himself when Sam spoke up. "You think Jo is still there?"
"I sure as hell hope not. If she were, she'd be dead by now." Bobby stated matter-of-factly.
Dean sat his beer bottle down and brought his fist to his chest before saying 'excuse me' "What was she hunting?" he asked.
Bobby glanced at him and dug in the cream folder as he pulled out a picture, slapping it down in front of the boys. "In 1936, residents on the island had to evacuate immediately as an unknown deadly toxic swept through the town but the warning came too late as it killed everyone on the island." Bobby explained, he paused as he pulled out three different newspaper clippings. "Twenty years ago, a couple went missing on the island and then a couple years later, a group of college kids went missing as well." He said.
Sam curved his lips into a pout and as he read over the articles. "You think it's the spirits of the town?" he asked.
"These must be some pissed off spirits, then." Bobby answered, showing them a couple pictures of mutilated corpses.
"I think we are lost." Andy said, stopping in his tracks and sitting down on a log. He looked u at the woman in front of him. "Besides, I'm hungry." he added, unzipping his backpack.
Sarah Blake turned to him and rolled her eyes as she walked over and sat beside the man. "Will you stop eating all our food? I know where we are going." she assured him, smiling over at Andy.
Andy glanced up at her and smiled as her dark black hair hung down over her shoulder and her bright blue eyes sparkled in the sun. As he leaned in to kiss her he heard crunching from behind, grabbed her hand and lifted her up as he led her behind a tree, peering out to see whoever it was.
A young woman walked out, holding something that seemed valuable in her hand. "Damn." she hissed, starting to walk back the way she came. She had already came this way earlier. Bela turned and started to walk back the way she came, maybe she missed a path.
"Hey." Andy called, stepping out from his hiding place. He obviously scared the woman as the brunette turned around, immediately pointing her gun to him.
"Don't shoot." Andy told her, his hands flying into the air.
Bela stared at him and studied the kid keeping her gun on him. "Who are you?" she asked.
Andy whistled to himself and smirked. "Uh, Andy."
She hesitated about lowering the gun when Sarah rushed out. "Don't shoot him." she pleaded.
"There's two of you." Bela eyed them both and lowered the gun.
Andy gulped back his fear and put his hands on his legs as he bent down. "I think i just peed myself." he breathed.
Sarah smiled at him and looked at the woman."What's that in your hand?" Sarah asked. "It looks old."
Bela looked down and wrapped the cloth around the thing. "It is." she snapped, putting the object away. She turned back and stared at the two. "Would any of you know how to get off of this island?" she asked.
They both shook their heads. "We've been going in circles all day." Andy admitted, glaring at Sarah.
Sarah shrugged innocently at him and he couldn't help but grin. Bela rolled her eyes and looked around. "Great."she grumbled.
"Hey, you can stay with us." Sarah suggested.
Bela laughed. "No thanks honey."
Andy tugged at Sarah's hand and started past the brunette. "Well bye then." he waved.
Bela watched the two and started walking down the path where they came from. "I wouldn't go that way." Andy added, turning to face her.
"And why not?" Bela asked, turning to face them.
"We just came that way." Sarah told her. "It was a dead end."
"I'll be fine." Bela assured her. "If I get lost I'll shoot." she joked, walking off.
Sarah shrugged and looked back at Andy as he gulped. "She seemed rude."
"What kind of person points a gun at you in the middle of nowhere?" Andy asked in a whisper.
Sarah shrugged and took his hand in her. "Come on, she shouldn't be out here alone." she stated, leading him in the direction Bela went.
"Whoa, Sarah, you can't be serious." Andy started. "She held a gun to us." he reminded her.
Sarah stared back at him and rolled her eyes. "And, why would she even have a gun on her?" he asked, throwing suspicion toward the woman.
"I don't know, Andy but we can't let her walk off alone." she protested, pulling him toward the path.
Andy looked at her and shook his head. "Fine, but if she points that gun at me or you we're leaving." he told her.
Sarah nodded and the two followed down the path to catch up to the brunette.
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Jo slid herself out of the hole once she knew the thing was gone. She lifted herself up and planted her feet on the ground as she scanned the tree tops for any sign of the them. Squinting against the sun, Jo sat back on the rock, ripping her longsleeve and using the cloth to wrap around her cut. She hissed and moaned as she tightened it.
Pushing off the rock with her hands, Jo bent down and reached in for her bag, pulling ut out and shouldering it as she slowly tiptoed down the trail until she saw something shiny stick out in the dirt. Crouching down, she picked it out and examined it carefully. Groaning. she threw it back down and stood up. She had no phone and no weapons to defend herself incase they came back. Great.
Jo looked up when she heard shouting from a short distance and took off in the direction when she stopped abruptly. Listening closely, she continued on knowing it wasn't a trick. She ran as fast as she could and stopped, ducking behind a couple bushes as she looked saw two people come toward her. She furrowed her brows when she caught a glimpse of their faces' and pushed through the bush, cutting them off. "Hey." Jo started.
Sarah and Andy had been in their own conversation talking about some woman when they turned to look at the blond in front of them. turned to see who it was. "Hi." Sarah said. She looked over at Andy and back at her. That has been the second person they ran into. "You're hurt." she noted, moving toward the girl.
Jo glanced down at her wound as Sarah grabbed her arm and pulled away. "It's nothing." she whispered, walking over to a log and sitting down. She let her bag drop to the ground and started searching through it when she pulled out a flask. She took a swig and offered it to the two when they passed.
"Are you lost?" Andy asked, watching her put the flask away.
"Not exactly." she started, facing them. "I came here to..." Jo trailed off and gave them a weak smile. "I'm Jo." she blurted, holding out her hand.
"I'm Sarah and this is Andy." Sarah told her, shaking her hand.
Jo nodded when Andy sat down beside her. "How did you get that?" he asked, pointing to her cut on her arm.
Jo looked over at him, absently cradling her arm and let her hand drop to her jeans. "I fell. Gotta be careful around here where you step." she covered up.
Sarah saw the look between the two and cleared her throat. Jo and Andy looked up at her and Sarah faked a smile. "Hey, is there another way off of this island?" Andy asked her.
"Not that I know of. I've been here for a couple of days now." Jo admitted.
Both of their brows flew up. "Days." Andy repeated beside her.
Jo nodded and looked up at the black haired girl. "You don't happen to have a phone on you, do you?" she asked
Sarah shook her head at her and leaned against a tree. "We lost signal about two hours ago." Jo nodded and sighed.
"What about yours?" Sarah asked.
"Dead." Jo blurted. Sarah stared at her suspiciously when Andy snapped his fingers.
"What about that other woman?" Andy asked.
Jo looked at him. "What other woman?" she asked.
"Some crazy woman we ran into." Andy said jokingly, throwing his hands p beside and waving his fingers. "Tried to scare us with a gun."
Sarah shook her head as Jo's eyes widened. "We were trying to find her but we ran into you instead." she told her.
"What's her name?" Jo asked.
Andy and Sarah exchanged uneasy glances. "We never asked." Andy replied, looking down shamefully.
"Well." Jo began. "I hope she had better luck on the island than I did." she mumbled.
Andy looked at her. "Wait, what?" he asked. Sarah looked over ans Jo glanced between them.
"Nothing." she said, getting to her feet. "Let's just get to shore and find away off of this island."she picked her duffel up off the ground and shouldered it with her good arm Andy got up beside her.
Sarah stood up herself. "Couldn't agee with you more there."
Andy looked over at Jo and smiled. "After you." he offered.
Jo looked at him and picked up a long stick, making her own path to the shore. "So, what brought you to the Island?" Andy asked, walking beside her as Sarah hung back, glaring at the blonde.
"What brought you?" Jo asked, reversing the question.
"The quiet." he replied.
Jo looked behind her and smiled at Sarah. "I bet. She your girlfriend?"
"What? Her? No. Why? Does she look like my girlfriend?" Andy asked.
Jo glanced back at him and laughed. "So, how did the two of you end up here?"
"Well," Andy started, "I was going through some stuff and decided to get away. I asked Sarah if she wanted to come with me and here we are." he explained.
"So, you have a boat." Jo announced, stopping him.
Sarah stopped as they did and watched them from a short distance. "We had a boat." he corrected her.
Jo stared at him and started to respond when she heard something in the distance. "Do you hear that?" she asked.
Andy's eyes widened. "That's sounds like a boat." he exclaimed, taking off in the direction of the sound. "We're saved."
"Wait." Jo called, running after him.
Sarah looked up and started to run after them when she heard a noise behind her. The sound of a twig snapping had her looking around but no one was there. She pressed forward as the noise got louder.
Andy ran out into the open and stopped dead in his tracks. "Whoa." he yelled, kicking a stone down the steep bank. He peered over the edge and saw the waves splash against the rocks. He heard Jo run up behind him. "That's high." he said.
Jo stopped and looked down into the water. "We're not getting down this way." she told him. She looked out as she saw the boat in the short distance and looked to Andy. "We gotta find another way down." she yelled. pulling him when she paused, looking behind her. "Where is Sarah?" she asked, scanning the woods.
Andy turned and looked everywhere for the black haired girl and called for her. "Sarah." he yelled.
Jo gulped and scanned the shore line. "It's coming." she stated.
Andy looked down and back out into the woods before facing Jo. "I have to find Sarah." he insisted.
Jo looked back down as the boat neared the shore line . "Okay, I'll go find her, while you get down to the boat." she started. "Tell them that there are still three people out here." she added, before heading back into the woods.
Andy watched her go and started to make his way down to the bottom.
"I'm gonna kill her." Dean spat between clenched teeth, as the boat neared the edge.
Sam looked at his brother. "You aren't gonna kill Jo."
Dean glared at him and loaded his gun. "Watch me." he snapped, hopping out of the boat. "Where are we?" he asked, looking around in disgust.
Sam hopped out behind him and held up the printed map Bobby gave them. "Some island."
Dean clenched his jaw. "Well, that narrows it down." he grimaced, starting to walk off.
Sam looked back at the boat and nodded to the guys before going after his brother. "Let's look for Jo and then hunt whatevers here." Sam suggested.
Dean grinned. "Once I find her, I'm gonna cuff her to this boat." he spat.
Sam tried lightening his brothers mood. "Bet you would." he said, grinning from ear to ear.
Dean glared at him. "Dude, she's just a kid, trying to grow up to fast." he argued.
"She's smart for her age." Sam protested.
Dean laughed. "Alittle to smart. Her bad hunting skills is whats going to get her killed. " he started, trailing off into the woods.
Sam stopped to think for a minute and headed in after his brother. He had been right about Jo. she was just a kid, trying to grow up to fast. Dean on the other hand really didn't have a choice. Neither of them did, but Jo could of walked through the other door. Evil wasn't after her. She could of chose a better life. One that wasn't this.
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As Bela continued down the path, she could feel eyes on her. She paused and looked around. Maybe the two followed her. Rolling her eyes, she continued forward and glanced around nervously. "I'm not the person you want to mess with." she threatened, moving her hand down to her gun as her voice bounced off the trees. Twigs and branches began snapping behind her. "I mean it." she yelled, turning around and pointing the gun to them, again. Her eyes widened when she didn't she the two. She scanned the area and shook her head as the wind pick up. Starting to feel foolish now, Bela stuck out her neck and kept walking when the crunching of the leaves started up again. "Will you two leave me alone." she cried, turning around.
She yelped and threw her hand over her heart as the guy held stared back at her with a grin on his face.
"Scared you?" Gordan asked, as his buddy walked out behind him.
Bela glared at him lowered her hand and looked over at his friend. "Whose he?" she asked.
Gordan looked over at Jake. "A friend of mine." he said.
Bela smiled politely at him. "Does your friend here have a name?" she asked, eyeing the guy beside the hunter. He had on camouflage cloths and a gun strapped to his back. He made eye contact with her and Gordan laughed.
"If he tells you, he might have to kill you." he replied, wiping the smirk from her face.
"I see." Bela said. She directed her attention back on Gordan. "So, well where is this boat?" she asked.
"Not here." Gordan replied.
"I beg your pardon."
""There is no boat." Gordan repeated.
Bela crossed her arms. "You promised me a boat. " she snapped.
Gordan grinned at her and shook his head. "There's something on this island." he stated.
"So." Bela spat. "Deal with it yourselves."
"You don't get it. Nobody's leaving this island." Gordan warned her.
Bela crossed her arms. "Your threats don't scare me."
"What about this?" Gordan asked, pulling out his machete.
Bela's eyes trailed over the knife. "We can work some kind of a deal out. After all, I did tell you where those pesky boys were." she reminded him
"But they got away. And a killer is still on the loose." Gordan growled. "Sam Winchester is a monster."
Bela rolled her eyes. "Listen, I just want to get off of this island so you better call the boat." she insisted.
Gordan lowered the machete to his side and looked over to Jake. "Let's go." he said, walking pass her.
Bela turned around. "You can't just leave me here." she yelled.
Gordan smiled back at her. "Watch me." he whispered, before walking away.
"I'll double what I'm paying you." she shouted after him. She grinned when Gordan stopped dead in his tracks. "Half now and the rest later."
Without turning around, Gordan said, "You'll be dead by morning, anyways."
Bela watched the two men walk off with a confused look on her face. Was he trying to scare her off? "Fine, but how do you suppose you're getting off this island?" she asked.
Gordan froze in his spot and glanced over at Jake before slowly turning toward her. "We're not." he stated, turning and walking down the path she was headed.
Bela glared after him before walking in the opposite direction. She had a better chance getting off of the island then Gordan Walker.
"Dammit." Dean cursed, slapping his neck. "I'm getting eaten alive out here." He brought his hand out in front of him and stared in disgust. "What is that?" he asked, wiping the bug off his hand.
Sam laughed at his brother and knead him in the leg. "Keep walking sleeping beauty."
Dean rolled his eyes and shot his brother a look as he pressed forward and smiled. "Remember the last time we had to hunt in the woods."
Sam nodded. "Yeah, you and Haley got kidnapped by that Wendigo." he reminded him.
"And I told you, that was my plan all along." Dean protested.
"Sure." Sam whispered. Dean kept his eyes strained ahead and silence fell upon the boys once more until Dean snorted.
"That's why I brought the M&Ms." Dean started. "Chicks dig chocolate."
"To eat, Dean. You can't go five minutes without eating something." Sam snapped at him.
"Well, at least we got the job done." Dean shot back.
Sam bit his lip and grew quiet knowing his brother was right. They did stop the killings at Black Ridge, Colorado and safe Haley's brother Tommy. He snorted as he looked around the area. Bet, there lives have never been the same. "So, how is Haley?" he asked.
Dean shrugged and Sam sighed. "Maybe, we should go see her when we get back.* he suggested.
Dean stopped in his tracks and turned back to face his little brother. "Why would we do that?" he asked, eying him, suspiciously.
Sam met his brother's gaze and stopped too. "I don't know." he admitted. "I just thought it would be nice to see her again." he added
"Bull." Dean said. Sam's brow's flew up as he tilted his head and Dean ran his hand over his mouth. "This is about the deal." Sam nervously looked at him and directed hisattention elsewhere as he felt tears come to his eyes.
"Look, I don't wanna fight Dean." he admitted.
"Then let's not." Dean yelled.
Sam stared at him and he shook his head. "I can't walk around with a smile on my face knowing that someday you won't be here." he confessed as tears started rolling down his cheeks. "Dying might not mean anything to you but losing you means everything to me."
Dean stared at him in shock when something black ran from out of the corner of his eye. His head whipped around and gun flew toward the tall grass as he scanned every bush in sight. Saminstantly did the same without any hesitation. The grass in front of then started moving and Sam looked at Dean. "Something's moving out there." Dean whispered to him.
Sam nodded and followed his brother slowly toward the grass when Dean signaled with his hand for him to go one way while he went the other. Whatever it was they would surprise it from both ends. Sam nodded inconfirmation and walked silently around to the edge of the bush and looked back to his brother as Dean counted quietly. "One.." he whispered. "Two....thr..." Dean didn't finish as both Winchesters whipped around with their guns on the man's temple.
"Don't shoot." Andy yelled, holding up his hands while standing like a statue. He glanced out of his eyes and eyeballed the guns pointing at him. He could feel the cool steel on his skin.
Sam raised his brows as he lowered his gun. "Andy."
"Hey Sam." Andy started, licking his lips as he realized Dean still had his gun on him. He glanced over at him and saw the older brother glaring at him. "Do you mind?"
Dean grunted and looked at Sam before lowering his back into his jacket. "What are you doing here?" he asked.
"Well...uh," Andy mumbled still eying Dean's jacket.
"Andy!" Sam yelled, shaking him from his state of panic.
"Right," he turned toward Sam. "Wait, why are you guys here?" he asked.
"Business." Dean told him.
Andy and Sam both eyed him. "Dean, I think it's safe to tell me what's really going on." Andy joked. "We are pals."
Dean cleared his throat and Sam snickered to himself. "We're hunting spirits on the island. Have you seen any?" Dean asked.
Andy stared at him. "Spirits." he repeated. "No, not really, Why? Are we all gonna die?"he panicked
"No-Yes." Sam and Dean said at the same time. Andy looked between the two and San strained his neck before eying Andy sincerely. "No." he assured him, glaring toward Dean.
"Look, Andy, there's a boat on the shore. I want you to go to it and stay put.* Dean ordered.
Andy nodded "Okay," and started to walk off when he turned back to them. "No, wait. I can't." he told them.
"And why not?" Dean asked, looking away from Sam.
"Sarah's out there." he replied.
Dean stared at him. "Who''s Sarah?"
"Some hot chick I met a couple weeks ago. I think she digs me." Andy went on.
Sam grinned. "Did you happen to run into a blonde by any chance? Her name would be Jo." he said.
Yeah, we ran into her earlier." Andy stated.
Dean and Sam looked at each other and back at Andy. "What do you mean earlier?" Dean asked. "Where is she now?"
Andy looked at Sam then to Dean noticing how overprotective he was acting about this girl. "Somewhere in the woods. She went to go find Sarah when she wentmissing." he explained.
"Jo went missing." Dean wondered.
"No, Sarah. Jo went to go find her" Andy paused and looked over at Sam. "What's wrong, Sam?" he asked.
"This woman, does she have black hair?" he asked.
Andy nodded. "Yeah, how did you--"
Sam looked at Dean and it was his turn to look confuse. "Sarah, back in Provenance."
"Sarah." Dean started, snapping his fingers. "Isn't that the girl...."
"Yes." Sam snapped. He looked at Andy. "How did you exactly meet her?" he asked.
Andy looked between the two. "Okay are these girls like your girlfriends?" he asked. Something just didn't seem right about this.
Dean laughed and Sam glared at him and cleared his throat. "We met at some auction house." Andy told him.
Sam smiled. He was afraid she would have given art up. Andy still stared at them looking confused. "So, they're not your girlfriends" he guessed.
Sam stared blankly at him for several seconds. "No." he replied.
Andy nodded again. "So is this Jo chick like a hunter or one of us?"
"She's a hunter." Sam told him.
"A bad one at that too." Dean added.
Andy looked nervously between the two. "Okay, guys," he called, directing their attention back to him. "Those girls are still out there and we better go find them." he paused as the brothers stared at each other "Like, now!"
Sam nodded and eyed his brother. Dean nodded himself and looked at Andy. "Stay behind us and yell if you see anything."
Andy gulped and pointed toward the hills in fear. "Like that."
Sam and Dean looked over and saw the guy stare at them from a distance. "Dean, that's a human." but how? Sam stated.
Dean looked over at him and then back to the man but he was gone. . "Was that one of them?" Andy asked in a whisper.
Sam nodded. "No." Dean answered, looking around before turning back to Andy. "Are you sure there's no one else on this island?"
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"Sarah." Jo called, pushing a branch to the side so she could pass. She kept to her pace while glancing at her watch every minute. Sunset would be setting soon and then she'd have a hard time finding her. Where could she have gone though? Didn't she hear the boat? Jo found herself thinking every angle to what could have happened to her. She hasn't seen any animals on the island but there were other people here beside that mysterious woman. And, not the type you want to invite over for dinner. The type that want to have you for dinner.
Jo dug in her jacket pocket for a weapon by just thinking about those people. Whoever or whatever they were, they lived here for a while. The way they knew these woods, had set traps all around the island, these people were just waiting for their victims to walk right into them. Jo's finger tipped the edge of the blade and she hissed as she pulled out her little knife that was once her dads. She still missed hima lot and wished she never heard that version that Sam told her back in Duluth. 'My daddy shot your daddy in the head.' She wasn't even sure if any of it was true but she never called her mom to see if it was either.
Looking down, she held her finger out in front of her and examined the cut as blood started seeping out of the wound...She never suspected that from Sam neither, but Dean told her he was possessed and apart of her believed him. She knew Sam and he never would have hurt her, intentionally.
Jo snapped out of thought when the bush to her left shook. She looked over and whispered Sarah's name but got no reply. Squeezing the knife in her hand she gulped and started forward when she felt something tighten around her ankle. By the time she looked down, she had been flipped in the air and hung upside down. She stared down at the grass and moved her head to look upward and followed her gaze up a tan thin rope , following therope with her eyes as it wrapped around three tree to her far right. She let out a groan and hung her head.
"Great." she muttered, rolling her eyes as she used the knife in her hand to cut the rope by lifting herself up. Jo bit her lip as she stretched as far as her arm could when the knife slipped out of her hand, dropping to the ground. "Dammit." she cursed to herself when she saw a shadow on the ground in front of her. Jo's head shot upward when she saw something jump branch to branch from the tree tops. Her face flushed as her heart pounded in her chest. "Oh, not now." she pleaded, trying desperately for her knife again. She froze and looked forward as she heard leaves and twigs swish and break from a short distance. "Sarah." she whispered.
Jo kept a close eye out for any surprises when she saw a little girl come out behind a tree. The girl had to of looked nine years of age withraggy cloths and a stuffed teddy bear in her hand. "Hey, can you help me?" Jo asked. She didn't want to frighten the girl. "Do you know where your parents are?"
The girl smiled at her and pointed toward the sky . Jo stared at her and looked up to sky as she saw the sun getting ready to set. She scanned the tree tops again and when she looked back over toward the girl she was gone. "Where did you go?" she cried, looking around for her. Did something scare her off?
Looking back up at the sky, Jo saw the sun start to move behind the trees and quickly looked back to where the girl was. "Hello" she yelled.
Jo's ears perched when she heard the crackling start up again. Putting the tip of her fingers on the ground, she slowly turned her body around wondering if the girl was just playing a game with her when she saw him staring at her with a large machete in his hand with blood dripping off the blade.
Sarah looked over and tried calling out for her but found it useless with the cloth over her mouth. She looked up at the other person, who had been dragging her by her hair as her hands were tied behind her back. Her whitet-shirt was covered in bloodstains and her jeans covered in mud. The guy who had her pulled out a long sharp knife and crouched down with the blade inches from Sarah's throat as she was forced to watch the blonde die in front of her.
Squirming in her binds, she watched as the guy attacked Jo and screamed through the gag as a hand yanked Sarah up and pushed her against the tree. Sarah looked over with tears in her eyes at the guy in front of her and watched his hands trail over her curvy chest. He laughed and showed her his half tooth as he breathed into her face before wrapping a hand around her throat. She cried harder as she felt his hand slid up against her jeans. Sarah tried glancing over toward Jo and screaming for her when the guy grabbed her head, bringing her face out toward him and slamming her head backagainst the tree.
Sarah yelled beneath the gag covering her mouth as pain shot through her and she kicked him in the groin and pushed him away from her with her weight. Once the guy fell over Sarah ran out toward the opening and saw the guy looking over at her, then to his buddy and back to her.
Sarah stared at him and back at Jo, who yelled for her to run. And that's what she did. She turned and ran farther in the woods, trying to distance her self from those freaks as much as possible. She just hoped Jo knew what she was doing.
Jake looked at Gordan "Was she a hunter?" he asked, as they walked down the path.
Gordan smirked. "Not really. She's a merchant." he told him. A lying thief."
"And you're working with her because she helped you out once."
Gordan nodded. "Yep," he breathed. "Bela would do anything for a short fee." he smirked. *But, don't let her fool you. The bitch can pull a fast one on ya real quick." he told him.
Jake followed Gordan when he stopped in his tracks. "Hey, aren't those your buddies?" he asked.
Gordan turned and spotted Sam, Dean and some other guy. He smiled down at them and reached behind his back for his sniper. "Sam Winchester." he muttered, pointing the gun toward the shaggybrown-haired man.
"Why you think he's here?" Jake asked, remembering Sam back in Cold Oaks.
"Who cares." Gordan hissed, steadying his finger on the trigger as he looked through the eye piece. "I have a clear shot." he stated, waiting for the dot to center on Sam.
"What about his brother?" Jake asked. "As soon as Sam hits the ground, he'll know something is wrong."
Gordan grinned. "He'll be dead before he can even move." he stated. "So will the other guy."
Jake looked over to the third male and squinted as Gordan whispered "Just a little closer."
His heart pounded though he had done this more than a hundred times. He should have been used to death by now. Jake's head popped up when he heard a scream echo through the woods. "What was that?" he asked, looking in the direction where the noise came from.
Gordan shrugged and looked back at Jake. "Who cares" he snapped and looked back in the lens. "Damn. I lost him." he muttered, trying to look around.
Jake watched the three run and tapped Gordan on the back. "They went that way!"
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Bela!" Dean exclaimed. His nostril's flared as he made his way through the woods.
Sam followed Dean as he sighed. "Let it go Dean."
"Who's Bela?" Andy asked, hovering behind Sam.
Dean laughed and shook his head in anger. "Let's just find Jo, Sarah and Bela." Sam told him.
"Why?" Dean yelled. "She shot you, remember, smart ass."
How could he not forget? Shaking his head, Sam couldn't help but smirk. "Wait, she shot you." Andy repeated.
Sam shrugged. "It was just in the shoulder."
Andy gulped when Dean huffed. "Is this woman dangerous?" he asked. She did have a gun pointed to him when they last ran into her.
The older Winchester laughed out loud. "Bela's harmless, really"
"You just have to be careful around her, that's all." Sam assured him, looking at the back of Dean's head. His tongue pressed into his cheek as Dean turned to glare at him.
"Shut up." he shot and moved forward. Sam chuckled and Andy stared between the two. "So, who do you think was that?" Dean asked his brother.
Sam shrugged again. *I have no idea. Maybe there were survivors, I mean, did you see the man's clothes?"
"That's impossible." Dean said. "Don't you think someone would have known about the guy, like Bobby for instance?" he asked.
Sam paused and lowered his lips into a pout. "I thought you said there were spirits here." Andy panicked.
The brothers looked at each other. "That would explain the missing people." Sam added.
"What if there are no spirits here at all." Dean guessed.
Sam's brows flew up when Andy spoke up. "We have to find them guys."Andy yelled.
Dean looked sharply at him. "That's what we are doing." he spat.
"If there are no spirits here and just people, who knows what could happen." Sam pointed out.
Andy laughed. "Really? You're scared of people, now?"
The boys glared at him. "People have gone missing dumb ass."
Sam stared back at him as his eyes widened. "You thinking cannibalism."
Andy looked at Dean and back at Sam, feeling the knot in his throat. Did he just say cannibalism?
Sam didn't like the idea of it but if that's what they were dealing with a simple spell would be useless. His head shot up to the sky and he groaned. "Sun is setting soon guys." he whispered. "We'd have a harder time finding them in the dark."
Before Andy and Dean could respond, all three heard a scream to their right. Sam pulled out his gun as Andy's legs shook out from underneath him. "What was that?" he asked.
Dean peered out into the woods. "Sounds like one of the girls."
"Jo!" Sam breathed, taking off in the direction of her scream. Andy and Dean ran after him.
Sam picked up his pace as he heard Dean right behind him. He slowed to a stop and ducked down behind a bush while pushing back some branches to het aclear view of her and her attacker. That looks like a different guy, he thought when he turned around. Sam caught a good look of his face and put his gun back in his jacket as he pulled out a knife. He looked around for Sarah when he saw her. Fidgeting in his crouched position he started to run out when his brother stopped him. "Hold up, Sammy." Sam looked back at him. "We need a plan first."
Dean eyed the two guys and looked around for any others when Andy caught up to them. Dean covered his mouth when he saw what the guy was trying to do to Jo and licked his lips as he looked back at Sam. "Try to find Sarah." Sam told him, hoping she wasn't too far. He faced Andy and handed him his gun. "Once I cut Jo free get her back to the boat and stay there."
Andy nodded and Dean stopped Sam. "Whao, whao, whao, I don't like this plan." Sam shrugged him off and ran out into the open, trying to get the guy's attention. Dean's eyes widened as he saw another guy come out from nowhere with a battling ax. "Sam!" he yelled, running out to help his brother. Andy watched the boys and tightened his grip around the gun as he looked around.
Dean grabbed the ax and held it in the air as the big smelly guy in front of him kneed him in the side. Dean grunted as he lifted his leg in the air, kicking the man in the stomach. The guy didn't budge even when Dean hit him twice across the jaw.
The guy smiled and laughed as he backhanded Dean, watching the hunter fly head first into the tree. Dean grunted again and turned as the man held the battle-ax up against his throat. Dean grabbed it and stared into his eyes as he was being choked. He glanced over at Sam who was having better luck with his guy and tried calling out to him.
Dean!" Jo yelled, still hanging from the rope as Sam was pushed into her. With a swift turn, Sam cut her down and was tackled by the man as Jo hit the ground. She recovered quickly and reached for her knife as the guy held Sam's knife inches from the hunter's throat. She pulled herself over and stabbed the guy in the neck while Sam punched him off of him. Jo retrieved her knife as the man fell beside him and Sam looked over to Jo before glancing toward Dean. He got to his feet and ran over to help his older brother as Jo heard someone whisper in the bushes. She looked over and saw Andy come out and take her hand before leading her back into the woods. "I can't leave them!" Jo protested.
"They'll be right behind us." Andy assured her. Jo nodded and froze in her spot and looked ahead, watching the man she stabbed get up off the ground.
"Andy." she whispered. He looked over at her and turned to see the guy glaring at them as he got to his feet. He grinned at them when an arrow hit the tree next to their heads.
Andy and Jo arched their backs and looked over to see another guy standing on a branch high in the trees. They watched as he reached back for another arrow and placed it in the bow before Andy yelled, "Run!" Jo pushed him forward as the arrow flew between the two and Sam looked back as the other guy ran after them.
Sam looked over at the guy with the bow an arrow and gulped as he glanced back in the woods. Dean noticed too and yelled for Sam. Together, Sam and Dean moved the guyin front of the shot as the arrow went through his chest. The guy didn't budge as he turned his head to look over at the brothers and started to pull out the arrow. "Alright, new plan, run!" Dean yelled, pushing him towards the woods where Jo and Andy ran off too.
Dean looked behind him as he saw the guy with the bow an arrow move beside the other guy. He gulped down the bile rising in his throat and turned sharply with Sam as they made it to another path. Sam turned on his heels and faced Dean. "They don't die."
"I know, why are you stopping?" Dean asked, eying his brother.
Sam looked over to where they once were and stared at his brother. "Sarah's still out there." he said.
"Yeah, we're find her together." Dean promised.
Sam shook his head. "Jo and Andy need you."
Dean continued to stare at him. "If you think I'm letting you go off alone think again."
Sam looked down. "We're find Sarah quicker this way."
"Sam, no" Dean growled.
Sam gave him the look and Dean looked around. He dug in his other pocket and pulled out another gun. "Fine, take this." he tossed him the gun and ran his hand down his face. "I am so kicking your ass when we get back to the roadhouse."
Sam nodded. "Fair enough." he stared at Dean for several seconds before running off in the opposite direction, leaving Dean standing their alone when he heard a gun shot behind him. Turning around, Dean's eyeswidened as he ran toward the fired gun shot where he knew Jo and Andy were.
Bela checked her watch as she made her way down the hill. "Damn, sun sets soon." she muttered, picking up her pace. She wouldn't even be here if Gordan followed through with their deal but there had to be a boat near by. He got to this island on one and he'll surely leave on one .Where were those nice people at? She hadn't ran into them since earlier but what was that god awful scream she heard?
Bela blinked when she thought she saw a face in the distance stare back at her through the trees. Shaking her head she stomped her foot. She wasn't in the mood for any of these childish games. Bela twisted around real fast when she heard a cackle form behind. "Time to get your jollies from somewhere else boys." she yelled, scanning the woods in front of her. The bushes shook and Bela held her hand gun tight as she walked forward. She reached her hand out and started to pull back the branches when Sarah fellforward and let out a cry.
Bela stared down at the woman and saw the blood all over her and her hair messed up. What on earth? She had just ran into this woman not to long ago. Sarah lookeda little disoriented and lost as she stared around her while trying to catch her breath. "You got to help me." she cried. "He's after me."
"Who?" she asked, swatting her hand away. "Why are your hands tied behind your back?" Bela asked, raising an eyebrow.
Sarah looked back and gasped. "Where did he go?" she asked.
Bela rolled her eyes and started to turned from the woman as she started to walk away. "I don't have time for games." she shouted back to her.
"What? No this isn't a game." Sarah pleaded to her. "Someone's after me and I think he's trying to kill me." she explained, getting to her feet.
Bela stopped and turned back to her, walking back over to the girl as she pulled out a knife. She turned Sarah away from her and cut her binds as Sarah's hands were free. "And, they have Jo." she added, rubbing her wrist as she turned back to the brunette.
"I'm sorry, who?" the woman asked.
"She has blond hair. We have to go back for her." Sarah cried.
Bela's eyes widened as she backed up. "Oh, no. I am not looking for some girl in the woods."
"But," Sarah started. Bela held her hand up and walked off leaving Sarah alone. "You're the only one who can help me." she admitted.
Bela stopped in her tracks and came back over the hill, making Sarah smile. The british woman froze in her spot. "What's that?" she asked, pointing her finger up toward the tree tops.
Sarah followed her gaze and her mouth dropped open as she hurried around behind Bela. "It's him, it's him." she whined.
"Oh will you shut up?" Bela hissed, pulling her down to the ground.
"I told you I wasn't lying." Sarah said.
Bela glared at her. "I was fine until you showed up."
Sarah bout had it with the bitchs' attitude. She grabbed Bela before she could turn and pulled her face close to hers. "Well, now you're stuck with me. Deal with it." she snapped.
Bela scoffed and pulled out of her grasp, getting to her feet once the man was gone. "I don't have to deal with anything." she shot at her.
"There's a boat." Sarah announced. She may have been desperate but she was running out of options.
Bela's eyes lit up. "A boat?" she asked.
"It can get off us off of the island."
You mean me. She smirked to herself and Bela held out her hand in front of her. "Lead the way."
Sarah got to her feet, grasping her hand around her arm. Bela felt herself jerk forward. "You mind?" she asked.
"I think I sprained my ankle." Sarah replied, as she hobbled off with Bela helping her along the way.
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Andy and Jo ran out of the woods and got to the shore. "There's the boat." Jo yelled, pushing forward.
Andy hurried past her and made it to the boat when he stopped and yelled. Jo caught up to him and looked down, seeing the bottom of the boat covered in blood. She looked around and saw a guy lying in the rear and through her hand to her mouth when she noticed his arm was missing. "Oh, god."
Andy's eyes widened. "That's a lot of blood."
Jo looked over at him when they heard someone growl behind them. They both stood straight up and slowly turned to see the guy that was chasing them. He was eying them hungrily with saliva running down his chin. "What do you think he's doing?" Andy asked, leaning into Jo as the guy stood there, watching Jo like she were a model.
Shut up." she hissed, seeing that the guy started walking closer to them. Jo grabbed Andy's hand and backed up until their legs hit the boats side. "Shoot him."
Andy looked down at the gun in his hand and looked back up at her while shaking his head. "I never fired a gun before." he confessed.
Jo rolled her eyes. "We might die here Andy. Shoot him."
Andy glared back to the guy. "Where's Sarah?"
"Andy, he won't tell you where she is." Jo told him.
Andy ignored her and raised the gun to him. "Tell me where she is."
The guy smiled at him and looked back at Jo, licking his lips as he inched closer. Jo gagged to herself and tightened her grip on her knife turning her knuckles white when she heard a gun shot. Seconds later the guy went down and Jo glanced over at Andy. "I thought you said you never fired a gun before."
He kept staring at the fallen man. "I can't believe I just shot a man."
Jo smirked. "Yeah, you're my hero." she stated, looking back in the boat for the keys. She spotted them in the corner buried in a puddle of blood and jumped in the boat, bending down and grabbing them.
"What are you doing?" Andy asked, looking back at her.
She wiped off the keys and shoved them in her pocket as Andy helped her out.
"Getting our ticket out of here." she assured him.
"I can't leave without Sarah." Andy reminded her.
"Duh." Jo breathed.
Andy bit his bottom lip as he looked back toward the woods. "What if more come?" he asked, running his hands through his hair.
Jo stared forward and looked down at the guy on the ground as she slowly started walking towards the body. "What are you doing?" Andy asked in a whisper.
She looked back at him. "I'm gonna search him." Jo said.
"You're gonna what!" Andy exclaimed.
Jo glared back at him. "You have any other ideas?" she asked.
Andy watched her search the guy and held his breath while keeping an eye out. "Find anything?" he asked.
Jo held her breath as she checked the mans pockets while trying not to vommit. The stench filled her nostril's and traveled down her throat, making her choke as tears filled up behind her eyes. She started coughing and Andy pulled her back and fell to the ground behind her. "You okay?"
Jo shook her head as she kept coughing. Andy smiled at her and pointed the gun quickly toward the woods as a male figure walked out. "Dean." Andy called.
Dean looked over at the two and ran toward them. He stopped when he saw the guy. "Whoa." he whistled. "You sure he's dead?"
Jo nodded while coughing and Dean looked down at her. She stared into his eyes and looked behind him. "Where's Sam?"
Dean scratched his head. "He went looking for Sarah."
Andy nodded and handed his gun up to him. "You'll probably want this back."
Dean nodded at him and took it, placing it back in his waistline. He pointed between the two and lowered his lip. "Am I interrupting something?" he asked.
"No, why?" Jo asked as she got to her feet. She looked over to Andy and back to Dean while crossing her arms.
Dean's smirked at her when his eyes widened. "What happened to the boat?" he asked, making his way past them. He noted all of the blood and saw themutilated body inside. "Oh, god, did they do this?"
Jo and Andy followed Dean to the boat and stopped right behind him. "Did you know him?" Jo asked.
Dean put his hand over his mouth and looked back at her. "He was a friend of Bobby's." he stated, looking back at his bloodied corpse.
Jo looked down and so did Andy. "Dean." he started, seeing a light trail of blood in the sand. ""Look!" he announced.
Jo and Dean followed the blood down the side of the boat and turned to gaze out into the woods where the trail ended. "Those slippery son of a bitches'." Dean cussed.
The blonde reached out and grabbed the older hunter as he started to move forward. "Dean, where are you going?" she asked.
Dean looked back at her. "To follow it. The blood might take us to them."
"We have no idea how many are out there. It could be the whole town for all we know." Jo pointed out.
Dean stared at her. "The toxic that spread throughout the air in 1936 could have turned the town into flesh eating zombies." Jo told him.
Dean smirked back at her. "They're not zombies Jo. They're cannibals."
"They still eat people though."
Dean started to respond to her when he furrowed his brows toward Andy. "You okay, Andy?
Andy nodded and then shook his head. "No, not really." he admitted.
"Just breathe." Dean assured him, following the trail of blood.
Jo eyed Andy and the two followed Dean closely behind. "What if Sarah and Sam come back."
"We won't go far." Dean stated.
Andy closed his eyes and gulped. "Oh great. We are all going to die."
Jo glanced over at him. "We are not going to die." she spat.
"There it is." Sarah cried out, seeing the boat in the distance.
Bela found that the girl wasn't lying and started for it. "Come on. You want to get off of this island, don't you?" she asked.
"Yeah, but Andy and Jo are still out there." Sarah reminded her.
Bela breathed out. "I don't have time to look for your friends."
"They could die." Sarah protested.
"oh...in that case," she turned to the woman and pouted. "They're already dead."
Sarah watched Bela walk off proudly with her mouth open wide. She turned on her heel and glared after her. "Wait." she called, catching up to her. Bela turned to her and Sarah looked down. "Let's just go." she whispered. Bela grinned and the two women hurried toward the shore where the boat was.
Bela was the first to reach the shore and smiled brightly at the boat. Sarah came up behind her and hobbled toward the small boat when she noticed the wood coated in blood. "Bela." she gasped.
The brunette walked up behind her and glanced down. "You sure it works?" she asked.
Sarah nodded. "It should." She looked over at Bela and watched the british woman look inside the boat. Sarah walked up behind her and threw her hands to her mouth. "Oh god."
Bela ignored the body and scanned the bloody boat. ""Where are the keys?"
"To the boat. Where are they?" she yelled.
Sarah started to reply when she heard a familiar voice behind her. Turning, she smiled when she saw Andy come out of the woods. "Andy!" she cheered as she hobbled toward him.
Andy looked over and ran to her, taking Sarah in his arms. "I've been so worried about you." he confessed. Andy pulled apart and checked her over, noticing the blood and the sprained ankle. "What did they do to you?" he asked, kissing her forehead.
Dean finally ran out after Jo and looked around. "Is Sam with you?"
Sarah looked back at him. "Dean." she exclaimed. Her smile faded at the mention of Sam. "No, I haven't seen him. Why, is he alright?" she asked, starting to panic.
Dean looked back out into the woods. "I hope so." His eyes averted on Bela's and he crossed his arms. "Bela, isn't this a nice surprise."
Bela looked at Dean and grinned. "Hello Dean," she turned away from him and studied the boat again. "Does this boat work?" Bela asked, examining it from front to back.
"Well, we didn't bother checking after...." Jo started.
Bela looked back at her. "It does." Dean assured her, glaring at the woman.
Andy prayed silently. *Alright, let's get out of here." he started to pull her toward the boat. He glanced back at her. "What's wrong? Why aren't you moving?" Andy asked.
"I can't leave knowing Sam's out there." she confessed.
"Sarah, he'll be fine." Andy assured her. "Believe me. I know Sam."
Sarah stared at him in confusion. "How do you know Sam?"
Andy paused and looked over at Dean. "Alright, you guys stay here. I'm going to go look for Sam."
"I don't think we should split up." Jo pointed out.
Dean looked back at Jo. "My brother's out there and I'm not leaving without him."
"Are you actually suggesting that we stay on the island?" Bela asked.
Jo looked back at her and crossed her arm. "Our friend is out there." she stated. "And, I'm not leaving either."
"Honestly honey, Sam's probably dead by now." Bela chimed. "And I'm not one to wait." she added, turning back toward the boat. "If you want to stay on this island that's fine by me."
Jo clenched her jaw and looked at the two, before stepping up behind Bela. "You really don't want to do that." she warned.
Bela paused once again and stared at the blonde. "Was that a threat?"
Jo blew a strand of hair from her face. "Have fun trying to start the boat without these." she confessed, pulling out the boat keys.
"Give me them." Bela spat.
Jo crossed her arms over her chest. "Not gonna happen."
Bela rolled her eyes and scoffed at her. "If those things don't kill him, I'm sure Gordan will."
Dean's eyes perked up. "And, why would Gordan kill Sam?" Jo asked, sarcastically. "He's a hunter."
"Gordan's here." Dean stepped in.
Bela nodded and Dean's heart dropped as he balled his fist. "We gotta find Sam."
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"What are you doing here, Bela?" Dean asked her.
"I was here on business. My client needed something and I got it." Bela stated matter-of-factly.
"And what was it that you needed to travel all the way out here for? " he asked, annoyed with her all together. "What were you after this time?"
Bela smiled sweetly at him. "That's confidential between me and my client."she told him. "Now if you will kindly ask your blonde friend for the keys, I have a half a million waiting for me back home." Bela explained.
Dean looked up ahead toward Jo. She really changed since Duluth but she could still get herself killed. He sighed and smiled back at Bela. "Sorry, Bela, but you're not getting off this island so easy."
She glared at him and crossed her arms. "You're scared I'm going to run off and find Gordan to let him know Sam's somewhere out here." Bela guessed with humor.
Dean jerked her backwards by her arm. "I wouldn't put it past you." he admitted.
"You shouldn't be so quick to judge, Dean." Bela whispered. "Besides, I didn't know Gordan would go after Sam." she said, bluntly.
Dean stared at her and she rolled her eyes. "Alright, I did but I didn't think you two idiots would ever get caught."
His eyes widened when Bela looked in front of here in disgust. Dean directed his gaze on Jo. "Am I interrupting something?" she asked, grinning at Dean.
"Actually, no." Bela assured her. "So, how about you give me the keys to the boat and I'll be sure to send my regards."
Jo glared at her. "Do I need to cuff you two together?" Dean asked, smirking.
They both shot him dirty looks and Bela walked off. Dean watched her and looked back at Jo. "What were you thinking coming out here Jo?"
Jo bit her lip. "How did you even find out there was a hunt here." he asked.
"I overheard someone in Kentucky talking about it. Thought I'd check it out." Jo explained.
"Alone? Why didnt you call your mom?" he asked.
"She never would have let me come out here." Jo answered.
"Well, you're right." Dean snapped.
"She sent you here didn't she?"
"Actually Bobby did," Dean corrected her. "Some of his friends spotted you out here."
"Oh, and my mom?" she asked.
"She knows you're here too." Dean replied. "And she's not happy, but I promised her I'd get you home safely."
Jo nodded. "Well, three hunters are better than one, now." she grinned at him.
Dean stared at her. "That makes sense. Not only do I have to babysit you now, look out for the others while watching out for flesh eating cannibals, I also have to keep an eye out for Gordan." Dean said.
Jo rolled her eyes. "Well, what if we both looked out for everyone?"
Dean glared at her and started to open his mouth. "So, it's settled." she flashed a smile at Dean and gave him that look. "Sam will be okay, Dean."
He looked back at her with a sincere look on his face. "No, he won't." he admitted while staring out into the woods.
Jo titled her head at him. "Dean?"
Dean shook his head and looked back at Jo. He smiled at her and snapped his head forward. "It's starting to get late, Dean."
Dean looked around and noted the some of the tress weren't as visible as they were. "Alright, let's find someplace to lay low for the night."
"Excuse me?" Bela snapped.
Jo smirked. "Jo, I need your help though." Dean pleaded.
She whipped her hand back to him. "If Gordan finds Sam first, who knows what he'll do to him so I want you to stay with everyone tonight while I go looking for Sam." Dean explained.
Jo's eyes widened and Dean handed her the gun that was Sam's. "We know bullets kill these people."
"But, what about you?" she asked.
"I'll be fine." Dean assured her.
"Oh, shut this woman up already." Dean and Jo looked up at Bela.
"What's wrong?" Dean asked.
Andy looked back at Dean while balancing Sarah. "Sarah's ankle is really bothering her." he told him.
Dean glanced at Jo and walked ahead, stopping in front of Sarah. "How bad does it hurt?" he asked.
Sarah hissed as Andy helped her sit down. "Really bad." she answered him. "I think it's swollen."
Dan lifted her leg up and pressed his fingers into her ankle when she yelped. He looked up at Sarah and to Andy and the others. "It's swollen alright." He sighed and gave Jo a worried look.
Jo stared back at him and bit her bottom lip. "Maybe we should head back to the boat." Andy suggested. "We can look for Sam in the morning."
"Boat's too far back." Dean stated, glancing up at him.
"And, it's getting dark." Jo added.
Bela crossed her arms and blew a strand of hair out of her face. Dean directed his stare back on Sarah. Sarah eyed him and pushed up with her hand. Dean reached out to grab for her. "You sure you wanna keep going?" he asked her.
Sarah nodded at him and wrapped her other hand around Andy's neck. "Sam's still out there with those monsters. Besides, there's no way I'm turning back now." she smiled at him and patted him on the shoulder as she walked past Dean. Dean smirked himself feeling Andy's hand on hs back and turned back to the other two women.
Jo raised her brows to him as Bela walked past him. Who does she remind you of?" the blonde asked, waslking up to him.
Dean turned back around, eying her. "Sam."
Jo looked at him and furrowed her brows. "I was going to say you."
Tilting his head, he looked back at her. "They had a thing once." he confessed.
"Least we know he's here though." Jake reminded him as the two guys walked down the trail.
"Next time, I won't miss." Gordan said.
"What if they find us first?" Jake asked, kicking a rock by accident.
Gordan paused as he watched the rock roll down the hill and smirked. "Highly doubt it Jakey."
Jake looked back to Gordan. "My name's Jake" he spat.
"Whatever." Gordan whispered. He groaned and noticed how dark his surroundings were getting.
"It's getting really dark out." Jake pointed out. "Maybe we should find somewhere and camp out."
"We should keep moving." Gordan insisted.
Jake nodded and continued on. His head perked up and he gazed around the darken woods. "Do you hear that?"
Gordan froze in his place. "Running."
"And, it's getting close." Jake noted, pulling out his own gun. The both of them turned toward the sound and aimed their guns when suddenly, the shuffling noise stopped.
Gordan squinted his eyes and scanned the area through the lens of his gun. "Must have been a rabbit." he finally said, lowering the gun.
"That had to be a big rabbit than." Jake muttered in the background.
Realizing there was no threat Gordan turned back to face Jake. "Come on."
Jake kept staring out into the night when his eyes fell on a single brown leave falling to the ground. He glanced up at the tree tops and noticed the wind had started dying down. "Jake." Gordan called. A couple more leaves fell from the tree as Jake scanned the tree top when he turned to his buddy.
"I'm thinking you might be right. We should find a place to stay low for the night." Gordan looked back at Jake. "We can pick up our search in the morning."
Jake nodded and looked back up at the tree. He shivered feeling like he was being watched but carried on. After a moment later, Jake stopped in his place and furrowed hi brows as he stared toward something. "Hey." he whispered, walking up to a couple boulders. "There's something behind here." he stated, pulling the vines away. He finally stepped back and looked in the opening.
Gordan walked up and looked into the dark hole. "Very good Jakey." he said, patting him on the back, as he walked in. "I wonder how this got here."
Jake watched him enter and then followed into the darken cave. "It's Jake." he hissed while looking around. "Why was it hidden?" he asked
Once inside, Gordan let out a laugh and looked over to see the form of Jake's face. He glanced around the cave. "Hang on." Jake said pulling out his flashlight. "I have some light." he assured him, shining it around the cave.
Gordan stormed up to him and hit him over the head. "Turn that thing off." he warned.
Jake looked up at him and turned the light off. "Gordan, I can't see a thing."
"I know. That's the point." Gordan spat, finding a rock and sitting on it. He turned his body and rested laid his gun down beside him. "Looks like we weren't the only ones who have found this place."
Jake sat down and looked over at him, even though he couldn't hardly see him. "What do you mean?"
Gordan felt the walls and the ground. "Someone dug this place out."
Jake nodded and paused. "What are you doing?"
Gordan flexed his shoulders and rested his back against the wall of the boulder. "Waiting."
Jake grinned and closed his eyes as Gordan started humming a song he never heard of before. His eyes shot open when he heard Gordan go quiet but closed them again, letting sleep consume him.
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Keeping a close eye on the roadhouse, Ruby watched the older man leave the Harvelle bar from a distance, her blonde hair blowing against her face as her knife glinted from the moonlight. She gazed upon Bobby's car as he backed it out of the parking lot and sped down the road, kicking up sand dust and clumps of dirt with his tires. Staying hidden in the shadows, the car passed her and Ruby descended out onto the parking lot as Bobby's tail lights were no longer visible.
The man still didn't trust her as a demon, neither did Sam for that matter but they knew what she could do for both of them. She was going to save Dean Winchester from going to hell. And before she could safe Dean, she needed to safe Sam first.
Walking across the deserted parking lot, Ruby made her way to the front door and hesitated as her hand snaked around the doorknob. Breathing deeply, Ruby dropped her hand down to her side and stepped back before slipping around back. Laying low while staying on full alert as she scanned the area from the side of the bar to the phone booth, Ruby looked in the back window, seeing the older woman grab some straws and napkins from the shelfbefore leaving the storage room.
Ruby looked to the burning light and sighed before moving on. She stopped in her tracks and ducked down beside a dumpster as she watched the bar owner walk out of the back into the fresh air toward a shed. Silently crouching in her position, the older brunette opened a door anddisappeared into the darkness before her figure became visible again.
Ellen walked toward the back and opened a freezer whiling pulling out to bags of ice. Wrapping her hands tightly around the wet plastic, she reached up and shut the silver lid, pushing it down to seal into place with her elbow. She turned and paused just gazing out into the night with her brows raised close to herforehead. Ruby pulled back away from the edge and slowly slid her knife into her boot as she heard the woman's voice.
Hearing the doors clang shut, she peered over the side again and saw the bags of ice lying on the dirt between the bar and the shed. Her eyes scanned for the woman and Rubyaimlessly shot her hand down to her ankle and lifted up her jeans where the hilt of her knife was showing. She whipped it out and started to run forward when she heard heavybreathing behind her followed by a click of a gun."I want you to tell me who the hell you are right now." Ellen growled, seeing the knife in the blonde's hand.
The blade glistened in the moonlight and caught Ellen by surprise as Ruby stretched out. "It's you." Ruby's eyes widened and a smirk formed on her lips as she turned toward her.
Before Ruby could say anything more Ellen backhanded her with the gun and held it inches from her head. Ruby's neck cracked as she felt the stingaffect her cheek. She gulped and tossed her hair behind her shoulder while looking up at her. "You have some nerve coming here." Ellen went on.
Ruby grinned and ran her finger against the freshly cut on her face. "Why exactly are you here?" the older woman asked.
"Because, I need your help." she confessed.
"Sweetheart, I don't help demons." Ellen stated. "Bobby did tell me about you though. Sam and him both think you can safe Dean from the pit."
"It's true you know."
Ellen stared at her, not convinced. "Most demons would be thrilled to have Dean Winchester in the pit."
"I'm not most demons."
Ellen glared at her before dropping the gun down to her side. "Fine, come in." she maneuvered past the blonde and walked in the back of the place. She heard the door shut and smirked as she left the room, stopping outside the door and turned on her.
Ruby ran into the force field and flew back. She caught the hunter smirking at her and looked up toward the ceiling. Her brows rose to her forehead and Ruby grimaced.
"A devil's trap. I'm impressed. I didn't take you for the hunter type." Ruby admitted.
Ellen looked at her and pulled out a jug of holy water, holding it close to her stomach. "Look at that, a demon with a death wish."
Ruby glared back at her and watched the woman put the jug on a stool before walking out of the room. Seconds later, the blonde overheard the woman on the phone speaking low into the receiver. She heard her name being mentioned and stepped toward the edge of the devil's trap as she tried listening as best as she could. Something was said about a trap, theneverything grew quiet followed by the sound of the door opening. Ruby heard two pair of footsteps followed by hushed voices'. One was male and another wasfemale but neither voice sounded like the owners.
Demons. Hey eyes widened and she glanced around the room before snapping her head around toward the door. "Hello Ruby." Derek said, leaning against the door frame. He looked up and smirked toward the ceiling.
Ruby eyed him. "What are you doing here?"
Derek walked over to the holy water and grinned back at the blonde. The man stood 5'6 with brown hair and rich chocolate brown eyes. He had a brown vest on over a dark green shirt and long dark blue jeans on, covering his brown boots. "We followed you."
Ruby raised her eyebrow when a dirty blonde stepped up beside him. "It wasn't easy though." the woman stated. "It took us a while to find you, at first."
Derek whistled and snapped his fingers. "But it was all worth it." he assured her. "I told you we'd get our revenge." Derek glared at the blonde and smiled. "Now, where's that pretty little hunter at?"
"We can find our way around these woods by ourselves you know." Bela protested.
"You want to be alone with those things, that's fine by me." Dean told her, coming up behind her.
Bela rolled her and smirked. "Sam is and I don't see you doing anything about it." Bela felt someone jerk her back, whip her around and slam her into a tree. She closed her eyes and finally glared at the hunter in front of her. The other three watched without saying a word.
"You listen to me Bela, I want to go look for Sam, believe me I would, but I'm not. I'm trying to keep all of you safe. Those things are monsters and if weseparate they could kill us all. Do you want that." he explained, breathing hot air in her face.
Bela clenched her jaw and shook her head. Dean roughly let her go and backed away from her. "So , where do you expect we stay tonight?"
Dean looked at her and before he could get another word out something moved in the bushed to his left. It was something dark too. He pulled out his knife and looked to Jo as she pointed the gun toward the bushes. Nodding her head, She watched as Dean walked toward him while hearing a crackling sound behind her. "It's them." Sarah whispered, clinging to Andy.
Jo turned to peer into the woods when Sarah yelled. "Sam! Is that you?" She turned back around and saw Sam standing in front of Dean.
"Sammy." Dean gripped him on the shoulder and looked him over. "Where were you?" he asked.
Sam smiled at his brother and shone a light on Sarah. "I was looking for Sarah when those things found me. I got away and found you guys." he told him. His light jumped to Bela and Sam quickly nodded her way when Jo heard another sound from behind, this time it seemed closer. "I found a cave up ahead." he added.
"Guys." Jo began. "I think we have company."
Sam flashed his light on her as Dean looked around. A branch snapped here and there and every bush around them shook as they all looked carefully around. "What do you think they'll doing?" Sarah asked.
Sam looked at her with sympathetic eyes. "They'll surrounding us."he replied.
"Everyone, stay close." Dean ordered.
The group started huddling together except for Bela wo rolled her eyes when the noise stopped. She glanced over at Dean. "It's Gordan." she stated.
"Gordan." Sam asked, looking strangely at his brother. "What's Gordan doing here?"
Dean stared back at him. "Probably looking for you now let's go." he whispered.
"Wait, what?" Sam went on when he felt someone run into him. He glanced down at Jo and pulled her in front of him.
"You don't scare me Gordan." Bela yelled.
Everyone glared over at her. "Bela!" Sam spat.
She looked over at him and started walking toward them when she stopped, feeling something breeze past her face. She heard something hit the tree and glanced over in horror as an arrow stuck out of the bark. Seconds later, another arrow split the wood down the middle before Bela hit the ground. Shelooked up to see Sam above her. He must have pushed her down. The man quickly turned off his flashlight and looked into Bela's eyes. She looked back into his andnodded as he mouthed her to move.
Sarah stared to scream when Andy put his hand over her mouth, following Dean's order and couched to the ground. Jo started to do the same when anarrow nipped her arm, slicing her skin open just a little. She bit her tongue and fell onto her knees, bringing her hand up to wrap around her arm and looked over at Dean. She could hardly see his face but he could tell she was hurt.
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"What do they want?" Sarah whispered, as she followed behind Dean.
"Dinner." Dean whispered back.
Sarah's brows rose up. "They want to eat us." Andy told her.
Sam overheard them while keeping an eye on Bela and Jo. "This is embarrassing." Bela muttered.
"If you stayed quiet, maybe they wouldn't have shot at us." Sam spat.
The brunette glared at him and Dean held his finger hushing everyone so they could all know to be quiet. Everyone froze as Dean looked back to them, pointing upward.
They followed his gaze and saw someone in the tree. "So, that's how they get around." Dean smirked and looked over when he heard a branch snap. A tall thin guy walked out with ripped overalls on and stopped in front of them as he looked around, sniffing out the humans.
Sarah gasped and held her hand over her mouth as tears started rolling down her cheeks from the stench that came off of this guy. Andy shot his hand to her mouth and stared at him before glancing over to Dean. The older Winchester kept eying the dude who had his back turned on them.
The group stared silently at the man before looking up at the other person in the tree. He spread his arms open and pointed away from them. He walked away as the person jumped to the ground, shocking all the girls and Dean glanced back at Sam. "Come on." he whispered.
Sam reached up and stopped his brother from moving forward. "Wait," he paused and scanned the area. "They're toying with us." Sam said. "Seeing what we'll do next."
Dean stared at him when Sarah asked, "Why?" she cried.
Jo pulled her hand away and looked at the blood on her palm. "They can smell our blood." she blurted out.
Everyone looked back at her and Sam grabbed her arm, examining the cut. His eyes widened as he looked at her and glanced back to Dean. "Dean."
Dean stared at the cut and nodded to Sam. "We gotta make a run for it." he admitted.
"What?" Andy protested.
"The cave can't be too far." Dean assured him.
"There's no way we'll all make it." Bela persisted.
Dean looked at her. "You wanna stay out here all night?"
Sam shook his head. "I think we have to risk it."
"What?" Sarah squeaked. "Sam, I can't run like this."
"We don't have much of a choice." Sam reminded her.
"No, it's okay Sarah, I can just--" Andy started when the younger Winchester cut him off.
Sam looked at her and noted her pouty look. He always loved that about her. "Don't worry. I won't let them hurt you." he promised her. "I'll carry you." he added.
Sarah smiled at him and shook her head, as Sam turned back around. Andy, Jo, Bela and Dean all raised their eyebrows. Sam shot his brother a glare and Dean chuckled to himself.
"Ready." Dean said, "On three...one, two..." Dean took off first and everyone looked at Sam.
"He said on three." Andy whined.
"He can't count that high yet." Sam told him, picking Sarah up. "Let's go." Sam ran out with Sarah in his arms and the three looked at each other before following. Jo kept looking around when she saw them again in the trees. They set another trap for them. She glanced forward to where Sam and Dean were when she noticed they weren't going after them. Just following them.
They made a path for us!
Jo ran faster trying to catch up to the Winchesters. She had to let them know.
Stopping at the end of the road, Bobby looked up in his rearview mirror and stared back at the roadhouse. He kept his eyes on the bar and watched the blinking red sign glow in the night before it shut off. Squinting his eyes, Bobby put the car in drive and turned in a circle and switched off his lights as he started back down toward Harvelle's Roadhouse. Reducing his speed to five miles an hour, he pulled out his cell and tried calling the roadhouse. As soon as he did the lights went out and he hung up right away. Ellen wouldn't close up yet. Hunters would be pouring in around midnight, unless she was more worried about Jo then this bar.
The rest of the bar finally came into view and he reached over and opened his glove compartment, pulling out a silver flask of holy water. He even made the case himself.
Engraved certain symbols on it along with a devil's trap on either side. He then, reached under his seat and pulled out the Colt that Ruby had fixed. Why the boys didn't take it with them was pretty stupid of them if you asked him. Dean and Sam insisted Bobby needed it more. Damn idjits!
Another reason they needed the Colt. Incase that damn demon comes back. Bobby didn't care if Sam could trust her. There's no way a demon would safe Dean from going to hell. There's no reason she'd help fix the Colt either. Not that they didn't need the gun working again. The Colt was their only weapon against this war. It would kill them instantly but it couldn't safe the innocents locked inside. Exorcisms saved the innocents but couldn't kill the demons. Just send them back to hell, unless the demons were trapped in a devil's trap.
Something didn't feel right. Bobby took another glance around the parking lot as he came to a complete stop. He continued to stare at the dark building as he turned his car off. Opening his door with a squeak, the hunter got out and Bobby froze in his spot and backed upagainst the wall when the front door opened. The girl stepped out, letting the screen bang shut against the frame.
He ducked behind a barrel and peered over the top as the woman looked around. Her eyes were soulless black just like a demon. How man were in there, he didn't know but Ellen was trapped with them. Maybe he should go through the back. Waiting for the demon to go back inside, Bobby slowly backed up and spun around to the side, staying low from the windows as he made it to the other side.
Crouching to the ground, Bobby looked over to the shed and scanned the yard when he saw the bags of ice in the dirt. A lump formed in his throat and he looked back to the shed, running quickly over to the buildings. He opened the doors and got inside, closing thedoors behind him and turning on the light. He scanned the metal shelves lined against the walls and gulped when he spotted the ice box.
Oh god, no! His heart sank as he ran over to the box. Bobby lifted up the silver lid and looked in it to find a couple clear plastic bags of ice laying on the bottom. Some were stacked nicely on top of each other but thankfully, no Ellen. That only meant that she was in there with them.
Dropping the lid, Bobby hit the top with his fist when he heard the door open behind him. The noise sounded like claws scratching on the walls and a loud howling screech. Hequickly whipped around and saw the same woman from earlier holding Ellen with her hand squeezed around the brunette's neck. "Surprise." the demon taunted.
"I was wondering when you'd show up." she admitted.
Bobby stared at her and started going for the Colt when the demon jerked Ellen forward. "I wouldn't do that if i were you." He stared at Ellen and back at her as the demon pulled out a knife, holding it to her stomach. "What shall we do now?" she sang in a lullaby, staring between the two.
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"This way!" She heard Dean yell. Jo looked forward and saw the cave.
"Dean, wait!" she yelled. She looked back to her right and the figures were gone. Sam made it with Sarah and turned to face her and the other two as he letSarah down and Jo caught him looking around. She could tell they were talking but she couldn't make it out. Glancing over to Bela and Andy, she hurried in front of them and caught the Winchesters by the entrance.
"Finally." Sarah whispered, resting against a rock.
"Dean, it's a trap." Jo said in between breaths.
"What?" Sam asked, looking at her.
"They made a path for us." Jo replied.
Sarah looked between the three and stood up. "I'm not staying here if it's a trap."
"It's not a trap." Dean assured her.
"Then, why didn't they come after us?" Jo asked him. "They were right beside us and maybe even above us. Thy could have grabbed us but they didn't."
Dean stared at her when Andy asked from behind. "What's wrong?"
Dean looked over at him. "Nothing."
Jo rolled her eyes and turned to face Andy. "They set a trap for us and we walked right into it."
"What do you mean by a trap?" Andy asked her.
"I mean, they wanted us to come here. We should be dead but we're not. They had their chance and they didn't bite." Jo explained.
Dean started to call for the blonde when Bela came up behind them laughing to herself. "I am not staying in a rock."
"It's not a rock." Sam stated.
Jo started to protest when Dean cut her off. "We are just lying low for tonight." Dean reminded everyone, looking back at her. "I'm gonna take the first watch, than Sam will take his." he paused and looked devilishly at Bela. "So, no one can try and sneak their way out of here." he added
"What if those people come back?" Andy asked.
"We have weapons." Dean said.
"What if Jo's right and this is a trap?" Andy pressed.
Dean looked over at Sam and the man shrugged. "We'll take care of it." he assured him.
Bela laughed. "And, if you can't?" she asked.
Dean clenched his jaw and glared at her when Sarah pushed off the wall.
"Let's try and get some sleep, guys." she chimed in, staring between the two before limping into the cave. This wasn't so bad.
Bela watched her leave and turned back to Dean. "I suppose I can sleep in here for tonight, but if you try anything..."
"Believe me Bela. That's the last thing on my mind." Dean snapped.
Bela nodded and headed into the cave after Sarah with Sam closely behind. She stopped and turned to face him. "What is it?" she asked.
Sam smiled at her. "We're just trying to help."
"I don't need his or your help." she snapped. "I can manage on my own."
Sam smirked. There was no lie there. "Just don't do anything stupid that will get you killed."
Bela shook her head and sat down on a rock. Sam turned and walked out, glancing down at Sarah. "Are you okay?"
Sarah looked up at him. "I'm fine, Sam." she lied.
Sam sighed and sat down beside her. "What's wrong?"
Sarah glanced over at him and laughed softly but knew she couldn't avoid him. "I'm scared."
Sam sat down next to her. "Bout what?" he asked.
Sarah looked over at him and pointed all around. "About all of this Sam. Before I met you, I never knew that there was a world like this, where spirits, demons and monsters existed. I thought that stuff was only made up and just..." she paused, feeling a couple tears come down her cheeks.
"Nightmares." Sam finished for her. "Yeah, I know the feeling. When I was younger, I thought all of this stuff wasn't real either, but then Dean told me and let's just say I didn't take it to well. The day I found out, I wanted to run away." he admitted.
"I don't know who would want to live this way..." Sarah paused and looked over at Sam, taking his hands. "I didn't mean it like that."
Sam faintly smiled at her. "I know what you mean." He glanced toward his brother and back at her. "This is who i am now and I just have to accept it."
"But." Sarah whispered.
Sam hesitated before answering. "It's not something I can just turn my back on. It feels like.." Sam choked up and Sarah placed a hand on his shoulder. He gazed into her eyes and frowned. "It feels like hunting is all I have left."
Sarah furrowed her brows. "You have Dean." she assured him.
For how long? he wondered to himself. "Yeah." Sam whispered, sadly.
Sarah smiled back at him. "I'm really glad you're here." she confessed. Sam looked up at her and tilted his head. "No, I mean I'm glad I met you." she corrected herself.
He smiled and gazed into her eyes when someone in front of them cleared their throat. "Sam," Andy started. "Dean wants to talk to you." he said.
Sam nodded and got up before looking between the two and walked out. Andy looked down at Sarah and sat where Sam was. "What were you two talking about?" he asked.
"Nothing." Sarah mumbled as she looked over at the younger brother. Sam stopped in his tracks and looked back at her. He smiled at her when Dean pulled him around to face him.
Jo watched the other's head into the cave and looked back at Dean. She started to protest when Dean pulled her aside. "They're setting us up Dean." she hissed.
Dena turned back to her and grabbed her arm. "Why would they lead us all here together? Why not split us up" he asked, squeezing her arm.
"I don't know." Jo admitted. She looked to his hand around her arm and glanced up at him. "You mind?" she asked.
Dean glanced toward his brother and looked back at her letting her arm go. "I told Bela, Sam and I will handle it." he reminded her.
"Not if you two end up dead." Dean glared at her. "Let me help." he crossed his arms. "It's better than two against however many are out there." she protested. "And, what if Gordan finds Sam?" she pressed. "You can't protect everyone and Sam at the same time, Dean."
"Jo, I promised your mom I would keep you safe." Dean spat.
"Am I?" Jo challenged. "Are any of us on this island safe?"
Dean stared at her and sighed. "Fine." he finally said.
Jo blinked at him and scoffed. "We need to come up with a plan."
"Alright, let's go get Sam" Dean told her. They both turned and met Sam halfway.
"Hey Jo."Sam whispered.
"Hey Sam." she quickly directed her attention back toward Dean. Sam glanced at her and eyed his brother.
"She wants to help." Dean told him.
Sam wrinkled his forehead and looked down at the blonde. Jo eyes his and placed her hands on her hips. "You got a problem with that?"
Sam shook his head as Dean snorted to himself. "What if we run into Gordan?" Jo asked.
Dean pulled back the barrel of his gun and cocked it toward her. "I'll put a bullet between his eyes."
"You think he could help us?" Jo asked.
Both brothers looked at her when Bela laughed. All three turned to her. "Gordan won't help anyone?"
Jo looked at her and shrugged. "He could if we just ask him."
Bela stood up and walked over toward her. "You have a lot to learn about Gordan Walker."
Dean stared between the women. "Point is, he won't help us."
Jo turned toward him and sighed. "We need all the help we can get though."
"What if we don't?" Dean asked. "If the four of us work together maybe we can kill these things."
"What about Sarah and Andy?" Sam asked.
Dean looked over at the two and groaned. "We just have to try and get them off of this island." he said.
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Around 2:00 A.M, Dean shook Sam a little. "Sam." he whispered, stepping back when Sam flew forward. Three hours ago him, Sam and Jo with Bela's help thought of a plan and had decided to take two shifts during th night. Sam would stay up with Bela and he'd stay up with Jo. They were tired and after no sign of the creatures or Gordan anywhere, they thought they could get some sleep.
"Calm down, it's just me." he assured him, watching Jo lay down in a corner off to the side. He couldn't help but feel bad for her even though he was angry she was here in the first place. During the night, she had told him all about the family and the traps all around the island. She admitted she never handled anything like this before and Dean told her she was way in over her head and it shocked Dean when she agreed with him. After that, silence drifted between them until Jo asked about Gordan.
Jo asked him why Gordan thought Sam was such a monster and why he needed to be stopped. Dean opened up to her and told her some of it leading to Sam kidnapping her in Duluth. Jo decided not to tell him about what was said in Duluth between her and Sam so she asked about his deal instead and Dean brushed her off and said it was complicated. Nothing else was said but Jo could see something in the man's eyes. She could tell that he didn't want to leave his brother. The truth was, going to hell would be the only way to safe him.
He saw Jo turn away from them and knew she probably wasn't sleeping. Who could blame her? Looking back at Sam, he watched as Sam let out a yawn and rubbed his eyes. "What time is it?" he asked, in a groggy voice.
"Two in the morning." Dean replied. Dean could hear the tiredness in his voice and frowned as he let his hands drop to his side. Hid hand rested on something warm and helooked down to see Sarah's sleeping form. Sam blew out between his lip and looked over to where Bela was sleeping.
"Should we wake her up?" am asked.
Dean glanced over at Bela and back at Sam. "I think she's better off staying right there." he admitted.
"I agree. Knowing Bela, she'll probably just get us killed." Sam said.
"The fact that she's willing to get us killed..." he paused and eyed him. "I don't wanna take my chances." Dean stated.
Sam cleaned off his jeans and stood up, quietly following Dean outside into the cold night. He looked around the woods and saw the glimpse of the moon "Man, I could really go for some coffee." Sam blurted, sucking in a breath of fresh air through his nose. He exhaled and turned to Dean while leaning against a boulder.
"Yeah, me too." Dean agreed. He paused and looked to the ground when he caught his brother staring at him. Dean sighed and made eye contact. "Sam, I just want to let you know.." he trailed off and looked back in the cave.
"We still have time." Sam assured him. Dean up at him quickly. "You're not going to hell, Dean."
"It's already been two months Sam." Dean reminded him.
"So, there's ten more months left," Sam pointed out. "We still have time." he promised.
Dean shook his head and pushed off the rock. "I don't know how it'd be any different." he admitted.
"What is that suppose to mean?" Sam asked, crossing his arms.
"What if there's absolutely no way out of this deal?" Dean asked.
"There has to be." Sam snapped.
"Bobby doesn't even know one. I don't know man, maybe this it it for me." Dean confessed.
"How can you even say that?" Sam glared at him.
Dean stared a his brother. "I'm just tired Sam."
"Well so am I." Sam spat. "But, I'm not giving up on you."
Dean snapped his jaw shut and looked to his younger brother. "Because you're my brother." Sam added.
Dean stood in silence and turned to head back into the cave without saying a word when he turned back to him. "You're not gonna fall asleep on us are you?" he asked.
Sam slumped his shoulders and frowned at his brother as he shook his head. "No, I'm up." he told him.
"See you in a few hours." Dean said, disappearing into the darkness. Sam turned in his spot and focused his gaze on the trees. He knows he can find a way to safe him. Ruby or no Ruby. He wasn't going to let Dean go to hell.
His head jerked when he heard a crunching coming to the left of him. Sam squinted his eyes, trying to gaze into the woods when he heard soft giggling and started toward the path with his gun in his hand. "Who's there." his voice was strong and high as he pushed back a couple weeds with his hand as he scanned the ground.
"Sammy!" Dean yelled, running out of the cave with Sarah screaming behind him.
Sam turned, seeing his brother and Sarah and ran over to them, quieting them as he pointed toward the woods. "Someone's out there."
Dean stared at him brother when Andy and Bela came out. "Well something's in there." Andy blurted.
"What?" Sam asked, looking to his brother for answers.
"Someone touched me." Sarah blurted out.
"Are you alright?" Sam asked. She stared at him when Dean continued.
"Jo's not in there." Dean answered.
Sam walked over to the entrance and shined his light in when he felt someone clutch to him. "Oh, god, they took her." Sarah cried.
"Please, maybe she just got up and walked off." Bela suggested.
"I didn't see her leave." Sam assured her.
"What was that?" Dean asked, looking back out into the woods.
The group heard something crack in front of them hidden in the darkness and Andy's eyes widened. "This is a trap." Andy yelled. "Jo was right."
The brothers looked at each other when the noise grew louder. Someone or something was walking toward them. Sam and Dean raised their guns up when Sarah screamed and jumped. Everyone turned to her. "What's wrong?"
Sarah gazed into the cave with her hand over her heart. "I saw something in there."
"What?" Andy asked.
"Something moved in there." she snapped.
Bela smirked and crossed her arms. "Looks to me like the blonde never left."
Dean shot a glare toward her and looked back at Sam. "Stay with them." he told him and ran into the cave.
Sam started to call for him when he turned around seeing a man walk out of the woods. His eyes widened. "Jake."
Jake held his gun to him and looked to everyone else. "Sam." He dropped his gun to his side and walked closer toward him. "We've been...where's your brother?" he asked, dropping the first thought in his head.
Sam clenched his jaw and glanced around for Gordan. This whole thing could have been a set up. "Where's Gordan at?" he asked, scanning every inch of the area.
Jake stared at him and Sam thought he saw him flinch. "I don't know. We were lying low for the night and when I woke up Gordan was just gone. I thought he was trying to find you." Jake explained. "But the weird thing is, he left his gun." he showed him Gordan's gun and Sam started to reply to him when Dean called his name.
Sam looked back toward the cave and glared over at Jake . "Stay here and don't move." he spat, running back in. "Dean, what you got?" he asked, seeing his brother kneeling down.
Dean looked up at him when he saw his shadow. "It's a trap door." he infirmed him.
Sam walked over and opened the door, shining his flashlight down. "It leads underground."
"I'm thinking Jo was right," he paused and ran a hand over his face as he looked to Sam. "They wanted us to be here."
Sam gulped. "One of those things came in here Sam and took Jo." he balled his fist and looked around the cave. "I didn't even hear anything." Dean whispered, feeling guilty.
"Hey, I didn't hear anything either." Sam assured him.
"How could you?" he barked.
Sam bit his lip as he eyed his brother. "Wait a minute," he whispered. Dean looked at him. "Earlier, I heard something in the woods. It was the same time you all ran out and the same time Jo went missing." Sam said.
Dean's eyes widened. "Son of a bitch. They planned this." Sam nodded and Dean stood up. "So, then, this leads to wherever they took Jo."
"It's possible, but if these tunnels are all over the island, we might never find Jo."
Dean titled his head at his baby brother. "They may have taken Gordan too."
"Gordan!" Dean repeated. Sam nodded yet again. "Wait, how do you know that?"
"Jake's here." Sam told him.
Dean glared at him and muttered to himself. "That son of a bitch." he started to leave when Sam grabbed him.
"What about Jo?" Sam asked.
"Right. um...." Dean bit his lip when Sam leaned down, putting his legs in the hole. "Whoa, what are you doing?" Dean asked, grabbing his shoulder.
Sam looked back up at his brother. "I'm going down there."
"We don't even know what's down there. "Dean noted. "For all we know they could be waiting for you."
"It's Jo." Sam hissed. "Back in Duluth, I said some things to her that.."
"That what?" he asked.
"I owe her this much." Sam stated.
"But, that wasn't you. Jo knows that." Dean reminded him.
"Dean, just let me do this." Sam begged.
"I'm not letting you go down there alone Sam." Dean said.
"You don't have a choice Dean. Everyone out there needs your help. You have to get them off of this island."
"Even if I could, I wouldn't know where to begin Sam." Dean stated. "Those things are smart enough to even plan this. So, don't give me that speech about saving myself. It's crap." he added.
Sam stared at Dean. "Crap!" he snapped. "If you don't care about...." he trailed of and looked down. He couldn't bare finish it.
Dean hesitated for a moment and sighed. "Just be careful Sam. And when you find Jo, get back to shore as fast as you can. We'll be there."
Sam nodded and felt the ladder with his feet. He lifted himself farther down the hole and looked back up at Dean. Dean stared at him and knew what he was thinking. He was thinking it too.
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"What do we do now?" Sarah asked. "They know exactly where we are Dean. We can't stay here." Sarah told him.
"I'm not leaving without Sam." Dean said.
Andy looked to Dean and stared at him, hesitating before he spoke.. "Why Jo?" he asked.
Dean looked over at him. "What?"
"Why did they take her? We were all in the cave. They could have taken anyone of us." Andy pointed out.
"It's almost like they planned on taking Jo." Sarah whispered, glancing over at Andy.
"Then what about Gordan? Why did they take him and not me?" Jake asked.
Everyone looked at him and Dean motioned with his eyes that he wanted to talk to him in private. Jake nodded and the two walked off not to far from the group. "It's like they want to lead us to them."
"Like a trap?" Jake asked.
Dean closed his eyes and opened them again. "Of course," he muttered. "They're bait."
Jake's eyes narrowed. "They want us to follow them?" Jake asked.
Dean sucked in a breath and looked up at the man. "Sam did." he felt sick to his stomach and cleared his throat from the bile rising up. How could he be so stupid? He should have listened to his brother and Jo. I mean, what did he have to worry about? He would be going to hell soon either way.
"So Jo and Gordan might still be alive."
Dean looked back at everyone. "Alright, we can't stay here." he walked toward the group and stared at them.
"Could they come back?" Andy asked.
"They might but we all have to be extra careful now. These things are smart." Dean stated.
"What about Sam?" Sarah asked.
Dean stopped and looked at her. "I can go get him" Jake chimed in.
No." Dean growled. "I'll go." The Winchester started toward the hole when Bela grabbed his arm.
"How do you know they're not watching us now. If you go down there we're all dead." Bela explained.
Dean glared at her and she let go of his arm. "We're gonna find them one way or another."
"And, this is not the way" Bela added.
"She's right Dean, This is what they could have wanted. For all of us to split up."Andy guessed.
"No, they wanted us all together." Dean confessed.
"So, if we go down there together.." Sarah trailed off when she was rudely interrupted.
"We might not come back up together." Bela finished.
"Look what I found." the demon girl announced while showing Derek the Colt. "That hunter had it." she added, pointing toward Bobby who was in the corner with Ellen. Derek took the gun from his companion and scanned every inch of it, making sure the gun wasn't a fake. Smirking to himself he turned to her and pointed the gun at her forehead. "Whoa, what are you doing, Derek?" Christie asked.
"Seeing how good Ruby's magic really is." He kept the gun pointed on her and whipped around to Ruby. "You wanna see Ruby?" He cocked the gun at her and steadied his finger in the trigger.
Christie looked between the two and gulped. "You don't wanna kill her yet do you?" she asked.
Derek smirked at Ruby and dropped the gun to his side. "No," he whispered while laughing. "I want to have some fun first." his eyes trailed down to her waist where the knife was. "Starting with that."
"It's not your color." Ruby assured him.
He glared at her and started walking for her when Christie stopped him before crossing the line. "Be careful Derek."
Ruby looked down where was standing and glanced over at the other hunters. "So you found me. Are you going to send me back to hell now or do you want to catch up first?" Ruby asked.
Derek glared at her. "Hell's the least of your problems right now."
Christie grinned at her. "When did you decide to go blonde?" she asked. "The brunette suited you"
"When I got out of hell." she told the brunette. "And when did you become a bitch?"
"When you sent me there." Christie stated.
Derek rubbed his temples and walked over to Ellen. "See, this is what I have to deal with every single day."
Bobby kept Ellen behind him as he glared at the demon. "Where's your angel at?"
Christie asked the blonde. "Oh that's right, he sent you to hell too."
Ruby looked down as she thought about him. Derek glanced over and sighed. "You're no fun anymore, Ruby." he pointed out.
She eyed him and pulled out her knife slowly when Bobby tackled the man to the ground. Ellen raced over to them when Bobby told her to get out of her. She shook her head and felt a hand on her as she spun around. Christie punched her in the face and grabbed Ellen before throwing her into the wall. Ruby watched helplessly as the four fought each other and paced around the devil's trap when Ellen knocked her down.
Ruby had to choose what she would do. Play into the demons' plan or help this woman out. he chose the second one. Ruby handed Ellen her knife and pushed her back up as Ellen whipped around and stabbed the knife into Christie. Derek looked up as he saw Christie's body flash then fall. "No!" he yelled, looking to the knife and toward Ruby. "You're helping them."
Ruby shrugged as Bobby punched him in the face. Derek rolled off him and Bobby held his hand out for the knife. Ellen threw it and Bobby caught it, turning toward him and slamming the knife down right in Derek's chest. The body hit the floor as Ellen helped Bobby up and the two looked over at the third demon. "That was a pretty stupid move." the brunette said.
Ruby looked at them. "Yeah well, I'm not here to kill you."
"Then why are you here?" Ellen asked.
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I warn all of you readers that this chapter is quite disturbing.
Sam felt like he was walking for miles. The tunnel smelled like combination of dirt and blood. There was still no sign of Jo. He wasn't about to think that it was too late either. She was alive and waiting for someone to safe her.
Sam stopped when he heard a low moan. His heart raced as he picked up his pace. Jo. He halted when someone stepped out in front of him a couple feet away. Their back was turned to him and he titled his chin and raised his nose in the air. Sam covered his mouth when he got a whiff of this mans stance. He felt his eyes sting as the smell seeped up through his nose. Sam's eyes widened and he quickly hid from the man.
He peered around the corner and saw the man looking around and licking his lips. He looked human but he wasn't. Sam reached in his waist belt for his gun and started to pull it out when he heard someone yelled. He did everything in his will power to stay put as three more of those monsters walked into the tunnel with a man. Gordan. "Let me go."
One of the females walked up to him and sniffed his neck and chest and licked the side of his face when a man pushed her off of him. Sam's eyes narrowed when they started fighting and heard the other guy moan something. "You're all monsters." Gordan spat. The guy in dirty overalls turned to him and hit him hard in the jaw. Gordan's heard something crack and spat blood out onto the dirt floor.
How was Sam going to handle this? If he showed himself and killed these things Gordan would just kill him. He eyed Gordan carefully when a couple mounds of clay rolled down by his feet. That alerted the female and she looked over to where Sam was. He pushed himself farther back into the wall and waited for the girl to find him when he heard a distant scream. Jo.
Sam looked glanced back over at her and saw that she was looking in that direction. Maybe she could lead him to Jo. His eyes darted back on the others and Gordan used the scream to his advantage as he kicked the one male and pulled out his knife, turning and jamming it into the older guy. Sam thought about helping him but staying hidden and watched Gordan get the upper hand.
In hopes the hunter would run towards the screams, Sam grimaced and cursed when he ran down a different tunnel, the one they brought him from and knew he didn't care about Jo like he did. Gordan had to of heard her scream though. Sam watched as guy with the stab wound got up off the ground and him and the other male ran after Gordan as the girl ran in the direction of the girl's scream.
Bingo. Sam scanned the space around him and hurried after the woman. He made sure to stay out of her range but he doubted that mattered. She could still probably smell him and others probably could have too. That wouldn't give him enough time to save her and get out alive. Fist of all, he didn't know how many of these monsters were down here and second of all, he only had eight bullets.
Staying low, Sam finally came to a stop as the female turned a corner. He hesitated before following her and when he turned the corner she jumped out at him and tried biting his neck. Sam was caught off guard from her weight and fell to the ground. She kept moaning at him and hitting him and Sam kicked her off of him. She rolled onto the ground and Sam pulled out his gun as she started coming after him again. He raised it to her but she bit into his arm and sam dropped the gun as he cradled it.
She leapt on him and slashed his face with three long slashes from her nails before he kneed her in the stomach and head butted her. Sam got to his feet and looked to his arm as he saw his entire sleeve covered in his blood. He looked around for his gun and spotted it when the female monster rammed him into the wall.
She tried biting into him again and Sam wrapped his hands around her neck, pulled out his knife and stabbed over and over again until she stopped moving. Blood splattered everywhere but he realized she was only becoming madder and with one final desperateattempt to get away, he snapped her neck.
The woman grew quiet and as Sam stepped away from her she fell to the ground. He stared down at her panting heavily as he smeared her blood over his forehead. Sam swayed away from her as he got to his gun and picked it up. He walked back over to her and cocked the gun at the female's face waiting for her to move. His breathing started to calm when the body remained still as blood kept oozing from her body.
Sam smirked and snapped his head up when he heard Jo scream again. This time, she sounded close. He took one last glance at the dead woman beneath him and took off in the direction where Jo was. Hang on Jo. I'm coming.
Gordan glanced behind him as they were still on his tail. Without his gun he was helpless. He heard a woman scream and saw he had a chance to get away. He took it. Gordan could of guessed it was one of these freaks or Bela but there was only one thing running through his mind. Run and don't look back. So he did and now he was stuck down here with two monsters on his ass. Damn, how many tunnels were there?
He turned onto another tunnel, hoping this one led to the outside. He wasn't awake for the most part but they grabbed him when he was sleeping. Why didn't Jake hear anything? They could have brought him down here too. He pushed the thought aside as he ignored the cramping in his legs. If there's a way in, there's a way out. There's always a way out. And, he wasn't goingto die down here. Especially on this island.
Gordan looked behind him again and only saw one of the things chasing him. He grinned and turned to face him. It was time for a little hand to hand combat. He eyed the manand before he could blink was tackled to the ground. Gordan clenched his teeth and hissed when the boy bit into his side and with blood-shot eyes, Gordan scanned the darkness as he ran his hand against the wall.
He felt something cold and pulled it against him as he kicked the guy off of him. He clutched the pipe in his hand and with a rage pushed it forward as he sat up, sending the pipe through the boy's open mouth. Gordan held his breath and got to his feet, ramming the guy into the wall. He heard the boy squeal and metal meeting bone as he turned the pipe in his mouth. The boy stared at him as blood dripped off his open jaw onto the ground. Gordan glared at him and gave it one last turned and heard one final snap before letting the pipe go and backing up.
With victory, he watched the bloodied creature for several seconds and his eyes widened when he saw the boys eyes move. His hands shot up to the pipe and Gordan stared in shock as the boy started pulling the pipe out. His whole body started moving and Gordan rested his eyes behind him as he saw the other man from earlier. The guy yelled and began running toward him and Gordan took off down the tunnel.
He didn't bother looking back. The guy got to the boy and glared after him as he heard his son begging for help. He grasped the pipe and with one forceful yank, he ripped it out of the boy's mouth. He looked to his son and together they ran after the hunter.
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“What do you mean it’s not safe?” Bobby asked in a gruff voice. He eyed the blonde demon suspiciously. The old hunter never would trust a demon and the only reason why Sam trusted her was because she gave him all this crap about knowing how to save Dean from hell. Those boys were each others targets and every damn demon knew it. Honestly, Bobby would think this demon would have some kind of an agenda but she did fix the Colt which they needed to fight this war. Whatever this demon was up to, he would find out.
“It’s just a couple of spirits.” Ellen stated.
The blonde laughed as she walked back and fourth. “There are no spirits on that island.” Ruby told her. “There never was.”
“What are you saying?” Bobby asked.
Ruby stopped and hesitated before turning and answering. “Everything you think you know about that island is a lie”
“A lie.” He repeated.
“The toxic didn’t kill anyone. The family did.”
“What family?” Bobby asked.
Ruby smirked and pulled out a vanilla folder. “No one knows how or why they did it but they did.” She replied. “The family went mad and slaughtered every animal and human on the island, then after they killed them, they ate them.” She explained. “The reason they never got caught was because they were always hiding underground.”
“What do you mean?” Ellen asked.
“There are tunnels all over that island.” Ruby answered her. “And, I’m betting they are still out there.”
“So, Sam and Dean are in more trouble then I thought.” Bobby guessed.
The demon nodded. “They’ll be lucky if they survive the night.”
Ellen and Bobby looked at each other hesitantly. “What if this is some kind of a trick?” Bobby asked.
“Believe me or don’t believe me, that’s your choice.” Ruby snapped. She turned from them and started to leave.
“Why are you telling us this?” Ellen piped? It just wasn’t like a demon to give them information, especially information that was reliable. “Most importantly, why did you safe me?”
“Like I said before, I’m not most demons.”
“Then who were those demons that tried killing us? They seemed to of known you.” Bobby pointed out.
“They were just some old friends.” Ruby stated as she dropped the folder onto a table before she walked out of the building.
“Bobby.” Ellen started after a moment’s silence.
“I know Ellen..” he finished as he walked over to the folder. He picked it up and looked inside. It was an underground map of the island. How did she get her hands on this? Flipping the pages, his face went white as he saw a couple vivid pictures of dead corpses. Bobby looked back up at Ellen and saw that look in her eyes. “I know.” He whispered.
“Bobby, Jo, Sam and Dean need our help. That’s if Jo’s still ali..” Ellen thought.
“Jo’s fine.” Bobby barked. “Dean and Sam will take good care of her. You won’t lose anyone else.”
“But, what if they couldn’t find her?”
Bobby gulped and walked up to the woman. “I know those boys like they were my own sons and they won’t leave Jo behind.”
Ellen closed her eyes and laid into Bobby as his hand stroked her brown hair. “They’ll find her.” He assured her.
“I just want to see my daughter. I never should have let her go off alone.” She confessed.
Bobby pulled away from her and sighed. “Alright, there’s only one way on and off that island and that’s by boat so I’m going to go find them while you…”
“I’m not just going to sit here and feed hungry hunters all day while my daughter’s in danger.” She snapped, interrupting the man. “You need me Bobby.”
Bobby stared at her in shock, “Ellen, you can’t leave the Roadhouse.” Bobby protested.
“It’s just going to be a couple of days.” Ellen reminded him.
“But, it’s dangerous.”
“There is far more things worth fighting for then some silly old bar.” Ellen retorted. “Now, when do we leave?” she asked, heading back behind the bar to clean shot glasses.
All Bobby could do was stare aimlessly at her. He knew never to stand up to this woman because no one could ever win. Not even John Winchester was a match for her; which was shocking to him. He remembered John and Ellen’s argument was over his boys. If anyone knew what not to argue with John about it was him.
Nothing angered the man more then to talk about how he was raising his kids. Either he wasn’t in the boys lives enough or he was suffocating them too much. Bobby had to admit John wasn’t the perfect father for those boys but he did more for Sam and Dean then any father would have ever done.
Ellen called him selfish when it came to his boys but she didn’t know the whole story until John was force to tell her the truth with Bobby at his side. She insisted on knowing and John didn’t hesitate once he knew he could trust her. She promised him if his kids ever found her she’d help them in anyway she could. “I’ll go make the call.” Bobby said gruffly.
“Leaving the cave was a freakin’ good idea, Bela.” Dean said, sarcastically as he led the group down the darken path. He didn’t trust Jake to lead them so he following behind with Bela at his side. Sarah and Andy supported the middle while he was the lone wolf in the front of the pack.
“It wasn’t my idea.” Bela retorted. She gazed ahead at the short black haired guy and scoffed. “It was his idea in the first place.”
“You said they could have been watching us.” Andy corrected her.
“I didn’t say we exactly had to leave the cave.” Bela shot.
“You kind of did.” Sarah chimed in. “If I don’t recall your exact words were, staying here would be such an easy target.”
“It would have been.” Jake said in a deep voice. Everyone stopped in their tracks and turned to him. “Think about it. If those things trapped us there, our only solution would have been to go down and if they were waiting for us there, we couldn’t have stayed in the cave. We would have been in the one place where they knew where we were”
“But they didn’t trap us. In order to trap us we wouldn’t be able to get away.” Dean told them all. “So, why did they let us go?”
“It sounds like they’re coming up with another plan.” Jake pointed.
“They have something we want and if they’re human, they probably think like one too.” Dean guessed.
“So, they have something we want and we have something they want.” Andy said. “Why would they even care about what we want?” he asked in frenzy.
“Because they know we won’t leave.” Dean snapped. “And, I don’t plan on leaving without killing these sons of bitches.”
“Alright,” Jake stated. “That’s the kind of attitude I like to hear.”
Dean glared at the ex-soldier. “Let’s go.”
“Where are we going to go?” Sarah whined. “They’re everywhere.”
“Listen,” Dean started. He turned around and grabbed her shoulders. “We just have to find another tunnel that will lead us to Sam, Gordan and Jo.”
Sarah nodded. “We just have to beat them at their own game.” Dean added.
“Then, let’s do it.” Sarah confessed.
Dean smiled at her and Andy got between them. “We should keep moving then.”
Sarah looked at Dean and the older hunter nodded. “You heard the man.” He winked at Sarah and she snorted while Bela and Jake rolled their eyes at each other. Dean looked at them and turned back toward the path as Andy bumped Sarah.
“What was that about?” he asked her in a whisper.
Sarah smiled over at him confusedly. “What was what?” she asked.
Andy stared at her and looked to Dean’s back. He hesitated for a few seconds before answering her. “It’s nothing.” Andy mumbled. But there was something.
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