The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 316

Alas, they recovered and charged as a pair. Neither were inclined to let fresh meat walk out of here… not after decimating their numbers.

“ENOUGH!” Clara’s voice boomed, which caused loose dirt and rock to break free from the walls.

When that did nothing to deter them, she pointed a finger at the nearest one and unleashed the bolt of fury. The beam cut through the first and struck the other in the chest. As the smell of ozone permeated the air, both writhed until the beam cut out. Only then did they fall, leaving behind smouldering heaps of darkened flesh and ash.

“Time for answers,” Clara said.

Picture of a skull on fire, with jaw still attached and gaping on a pile of ash.

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