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Dead Artists Chapter 8Dead Artists Chapter 8
"And sorry." Son said.
Spike and Son threw the last dead body out of the window that Spike crashed through the previous night. They wrapped the bodies in blankets and sheets from other rooms in the hotel.
"Think that's it." Spike said.
Son took a minute to look at the broken glass.
"So you really pulled a Die Hard huh?" Son asked.
Spike left the room and started to walk back towards the elevator, but he stopped after he walked past the vending machine. He walked up to the machine and reached into his pockets for a dollar and a quarter, but he didn't find anything. He then looked in his wallet and only had twenty and one hundred dollar bills. Son walked by and Spike tried to stop him.
"Son! You got a dollar?" Spike shouted down the hall.
"Nope." Son kept walking.
Spike put his wallet in his back pocket and only stared at the vending machine's soul.
"Just you wait."
Spike made his way back to the lobby and he saw everyone was gathering more food to
Dead Artists Chapter 7Dead Artists Chapter 7
Spike was back in the comfort chair on the third floor, and he was still awake by the drink he had in his left hand. He found a clock in one of the abandoned rooms so he'd know what time it was. It was about 4.a.m. And he could definitely feel the tiredness in his eyes and face. Spike was startled by footsteps coming from his left. He quickly whipped his rifle around and ready to take the safety off. The steps were slow so he knew it wasn't one of them. He took a deep breath as he put his rifle back down.
"Who's there?" He asked in a groggy voice.
He saw Charlotte appear from the hallway. She had on some new clothes, and she looked very clean compared to most of the time they had been outside.
"Landon? What are you doing?" Charlotte asked.
"I'm guarding the hall." Spike answered.
Charlotte made her way over to him as he knew he was in for a few answers that she didn't want to hear.
"Could you not sleep?" She asked.
"I didn't sleep." he answered.
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