Well, I’ll admit it, I’m excited.
The Village is worse than I thought.
We know the dead are there, and I say we because I’m in the same situation you are. I don’t know what’s going to happen. I have a basic idea of where the story’s going, but that’s it. The characters do what they want, when they want, and however they want to do it.
I think Shane Ryan showed us the truth behind that statement.
But we’re back in the Village. Back with Marcus and Alex, an old man and a young boy who are prisoners of Professor Abel Worthe.
And how do you feel about the Professor? What do you think of this learned gentleman?
I don’t think much of him myself, but I don’t believe he’s really concerned with my opinion. Or anyone else’s right now.
Professor Worthe is focused on his experiment and his newest acquisition. A little house. Nothing special, really. One of those homes that were mass produced at the end of WWII for the servicemen who returned home from the war.
This home, though, well, there’s a special ghost who resides within its walls, and this ghost makes the Reverend look like a Boy Scout.
His name is Oskar, and you’re going to meet him soon, neighbor. And then you can decide if you like him and his hammer or not.
See you in the shadows,