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Nighthawk: A Nightmare in Bay City-pt. 2After school the next day, I did some research on the Internet in hopes of finding some connection between the victims, but came up empty. After about thirty minutes of searching, I gave in and slid my laptop aside, resting my chin on my fist. There must be something! I know it! I pondered everything that I knew about the victims, but soon dozed off.Nighthawk: A Nightmare in Bay City-pt. 2 by mattanimaniac
When I opened my eyes, the library was completely empty. The books that people had been reading now lay on the floor, their pages riffling, and the lights flickered as if the bulbs were going out. I looked out the nearest window to see nothing but a wall of thick, grayish-white fog. “Hello?” I called out, walking up to the front desk. Then, I heard a series of slightly echoing thumps, like someone lightly stomping their foot on the sidewalk. Mingling with them was a pair of voices, singing softly. “Is someone there?” I called nervously. The sounds grew louder as I approached the exit, and when I stepped outsi
Nighthawk: A Nightmare in Bay City pt. 1Night had fallen on Bay City. Looking at it from here, crouched atop the Lockwood Electronics building, I was amazed at how different it looked, as opposed to up close. From here, there was no sign of the dry rot eating at the bones of my city; it almost looked peaceful. I was pulled from my thoughts by a buzz in my pocket. Pulling out my phone, I put it to my ear and asked, “What do we got?”Nighthawk: A Nightmare in Bay City pt. 1 by mattanimaniac
“Another victim,” a gruff voice on the other end replied. “Same M.O. as the rest. 16 Mahogany Avenue.” There was a click, and then silence.
I stood up as I put my phone away, and took one last look at my city. So beautiful. I slid my goggles down over my eyes, muttering, “Time to fly.” Then, I leaped off of the building, the wind throwing my dark hair all over the place. A few moments later, my wings unfurled, snapping open with a fwip! One strong flap later, and I was soaring over the city’s skyline. I never get tired of that,