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There was an impending doom coming to the small town of Calamity. Unbeknownst to the citizens it would come firstly upon a church on the outskirts of a town. A few people were inside as the doom came closer. Preacher Tom was the first one in the church to sees what would haunt the town and was scared out of his wits. He pushes a young woman out of the doorway as he speeds into the church. He continues to bar the door and close up all of the windows as the surprised group stares on at him with suspicion. He dropped to his knees and prayed as a loud noise echoed through the building. The crowd began to scream as the windows rattled and the building swayed. All of a sudden, a whimper could be heard from the back side of the building. The sound was unmistakable, it was the tiny voice of little Lisa Cunningham. Mrs. Hamm hobbled quickly over to the door before anyone else could react. She threw the door open as Father Ted finally came to his senses. Lisa flung herself through the door into the arms of Mrs. Hamm. Father Ted lunged for the door and slammed his shoulder into it right before an unknown force bashed against the other

side. Mrs. Hamm grasped the child as and attempted to console her as a sharp pain erupted in her breast. She looked down and saw a dark stain growing on her blue dress and jerked the child away. Everyone's eyes went wide as they saw the scene unfolding before them. Lisa stood smiling; face covered in blood, and began to laugh hysterically. Mrs. Hamm was becoming hysterical as well, as she noticed that one side of her chest had become smaller than the other as a huge chunk had been bitten away by the child.

Above the chaos that was a young man, nearly the same age as Lisa, who was taking in the entire scene with a grimace from the loft on the second level of the church. He could not believe what he was taking in, but he had a strange sort of familiarity with the scene. Dave, being a healthy young kid of the day, spent most of his times watching tv and movies and reading comic books.

It was a great day for Steve, his favorite show just had its season premiere and he had enjoyed it so much that he had gone back to watch a few of his favorite episodes. It was getting late, however, and the pizza he had eaten earlier had decided to come back and play. So, to the kitchen he went.

"All I need now is a tall glass of cold milk to put the body back in order," he thought.

As he was gulping down the last of his vitamin D goodness, Steve heard the front door slam shut. Knowing his parents already asleep, Steve figured that the disturbance must have come from Tyler, his younger brother. Steve decided to step in and see what was up with Ty. However, as he entered the room, his jubilation at his day dwindled to intense pondering as he saw Tyler tearing through his room, looking for something.

"What's up punk?" Steve asked jokingly.

"Oh my God!" Tyler answered in a near panic, "I...i...I have to find my book on the paranormal."

"Don't you mean my book," Steve questioned.

"Oh, yeah, said Ty, "you leant it to me a while back. Do you know where it is?

"Yeah, why," he responded.

"You would never believe me, it is crazy," Ty barked.

When Steve gave Ty "the look," he knew that Ty would tell him anything he wanted to know, however, he used it sparingly hoping not to wear it out.

"Well," Ty began, I was at church in town when things started going crazy. There was a girl, Lisa I believe, who was trapped outside as something attacked. I don't know what happened, but when she was let in to the church, she lunged at Mrs. Hamm and bit her. She had a crazy look in her eye and luckily I was out of sight in the loft when everything went crazy. People started running, but they were all too scared of what had been chasing Brother Tom earlier and corrupted little Lisa that they would not leave the church. Eventually everyone was dead. Lisa was like a wild animal and took them all down one by one. She opened the door, then and let in a few other people who began to drink the blood of those who had just been killed. Then a tall man dressed in black came into the room and seemed to be leading them."

"Decent story," Steve responded, "what channel was it on TBS, USA, Sci-Fi?"

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