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August and Minerva, Investigators of the Supernatural: The Gypsy (Part 10)

16  Kane sat in the back of the sparsely populated meeting room. His dark clothes, which often aided in stealth, drew the eye to him due to the white walls and harsh lighting of the room. A handful of people … Continue reading

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August and Minerva, Investigators of the Supernatural: The Gypsy (Part 8)

13  Claude Hooper-Bukowski sat in the quiet of an old cinema. On the screen flickered images from George Romero’s Season of the Witch dubbed in French and subtitled in English. Sigrid walked down the aisle of the near-empty theatre as … Continue reading

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August and Minerva, Investigators of the Supernatural: The Gypsy (Part 7)

11 An old, homeless man sat on a bench far from Sigrid. She watched as a flock of pigeons descended on him, drawn by the stale baguette he held dearly between his grubby fingers. Clenching so tightly rubbed crumbs off … Continue reading

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August and Minerva, Investigators of the Supernatural: The Gypsy (Part 5)

9 Sigrid was a tall, Norwegian beauty. Her shoulders were narrow, her legs long, and her posture rigid as a runway model. Draped in high-end, well tailored clothes, no one would suspect that she seldom had anyone to impress. Most … Continue reading

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