The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 193

While the basement also served as their makeshift studio, today they were here to lick their wounds. They spent a week investigating rumours surrounding an old farmhouse. Local legends supported by historical records confirmed there had been several gruesome murders in the home’s one-hundred-and-fifty-year history. Despite there being thousands of hours of footage, they came back with a big fat goose egg.

Die-hard fans of this genre were patient with them, there were limits. Bealzabook fans were by far the most fickle and they would drop off soon unless their luck improved. Other shows made mountains out of mole-hills, like turning a chair moving an eighth of an inch by itself into the incontrovertible proof of their being life after death. They had to be better than those other shows to draw in an audience.

Picture of a run down farmhouse, the roof is sagging, the walls are weather worn, ivy is growing everywhere, and some areas have collapsed.

Disclaimer: This excerpt from The Van Helsing Impetus is currently in development. There may be typos, errors, omissions, inconsistencies and so forth.


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