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The Night Shift

Robert Van DusenAug 29, 2019, 3:31:34 PM

Hello, all you awesome people of Internetland! I hope you're all doing well. Here's the first in my rebooted series of Horror Choose Your Own Adventure stories. I know, I'm a little tired of the whole 'reboot/reimagining/remake' thing we've been getting so much of over the last few years. However I have a good reason for doing this.
Long story short Inklewriter, the website where I wrote the first three stories in the series, has been without maintenance for well over a year now without ever leaving Beta. It's really just a matter of time until the links to the stories stop working so I guess it's time for a reboot.
One last bit of admin news: ideally, I'd like to pay the artist who does the pencil drawings I ink and color to do between 3 and 4 drawings for each story. If you'd like to support my work and think it'd be better with illustrations, first off, thanks. You're heckin' awesome. Second, I accept donations via PayPal and you can subscribe via SubscribeStar. Once I reach 150 paid tier subscribers a month I'll be able to do stories with a front piece, 'game over' screen (think sort of like the classic Resident Evil style sort of thing), a bad ending and good ending illustration.

Let's do something amazing together!

Anyways, on with the show!

Rookie cop Molly Cooper works the night shift in Woodard County, Wisconsin.

One summer morning toward the end of her shift she responds to a call when some kids find, of all things, a dead sheep left on the pitcher's mound of the local park. What's stranger about the whole situation is the fact that the poor thing was completely drained of blood.
Molly's investigation into what at first looks like a perverse teen prank soon makes her realize that not everything is as it seems in the small town of Mason Creek...

Edit: By the way, you'll see the picture when you reach the 'good' ending. Enjoy!

The Night Shift

Deputy County Sheriff Molly Cooper returns in...

A Working Vacation