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Mosscreek Divide

Mosscreek Divide

by lazesummerstone
Starting as an accidental journey into another world, two young children, Amy and Liz, end up kicking off a dangerous power struggle that will rekindle ancient evils. The small town of Mosscreek is at the center of the mystery, the action, the horror and perhaps even...Romance.
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Mosscreek Divide

Starting as an accidental journey into another world, two young children, Amy and Liz, end up kicking off a dangerous power struggle that will rekindle ancient evils. The small town of Mosscreek is at the center of the mystery, the action, the horror and perhaps even...Romance.

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the plot thickens!
stalker
hmmmm
I wonder who's sketch book this is?
Is this real? creepy statute/kid/alien in the center
Ritual containment breach
Optical barrier passage.
Excerpt from Watercolor Book:

All the stone sites are arranged in a ring around Mosscreek, and following that arc I found what could have at one time have been man-made, but tree roots and weather have long since scattered rocks into disorder.
In the shadows there was that thing that had been following me, it wouldn't leave the cover of the shade, but I think I got it's likeness in watercolor. Perhaps
O.O
@lazesummerstone: ohhhhhhhhhhh
@VobTM: You have the right idea!
VobTM
April 15th, 2018
hmmmmm...
this seems to be someone's account in a journal (or more specifically a watercolor book of theirs) in the story but who?
@guy: it kinda reminds me of yodas hut on dagobah in star wars
nice
It's time for a game of...
IMERSION,
Excerpt from Watercolor book:
Following the pattern, there should be some kind of ruins or something around the creek-bed. But someone was following. I couldn't stay to investigate further. To be honest I was too scared.
Homestead cellar threshold.
looks like a hut
Excerpt from Watercolor book:

Being under the cover of a heap of soil, this structure is mostly hidden underneath the ground. But unfortunately roots have been doing a good job of breaking apart the rock.
@Leprodus: I totally am!