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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Xquisite Corpse 2011 Chapters 6 to 8

Some of you may be wondering where last week's summary was... and possibly where ANY of my posts have been the past week.  Well, due to technical difficulties inside and outside the corner (e-mail, having to re-install Windows), and beginning a graveyard shift job, it's been a little crazy here.  So, without any further ado, I bring you the lastest summary of William Castle's 2011 Xquisite Corpse story!

The story so far:


Johnnie Moon has a gift- a gift that winds up costing him a leg and his Harley.  A mysterious woman with black hair calls out to him through the gift... but to what end?  What importance does she and Johnnie have to the fate of the world?  While allowing Johnnie the opportunity to avoid disaster at one turn, will the gift bring him nothing but horror at the next?
 Having just barely escape death, Johnnie is now forced to take the long road to his destiny with the black haired woman in his visions.  On the way, he comes across the auburn haired Raven and a child that will die if Johnnie doesn't act to deflect fate's fatal shot.  But Raven, her boyfriend, and the child may be more than he thinks... and could very well mean trouble he doesn't need...
Johnnie gets deeper into the shadowy lives of Raven, her boyfriend and their child.  A mysterious black suited man wants to get to Johnnie before the black haired woman can- but why?  Johnnie winds up trapped in the middle of two sides in an ongoing conflict that could herald the end of the Earth.  But is it a battle between good and evil... or between evil... and a worse evil...?
Patrick Power brings us Chapter Six, and introduces us to the idea that Raven may not be the sweet woman she seems to be, while Madeline Usher wrote Chapter Seven, and describes the setting beautifully.  Chapter Eight is brought to you by yours truely, me!  In this chapter, I introduce the dark suited man, and the coming conflict.  I hope you enjoy it!

For the full story, check out William Castle's blog!

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