Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

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Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

Postby Nostalgiascape » Sun Feb 24, 2008 6:36 pm

The rain had been coming down hard in the small hamlet of Karlstad. Young Heinrich was pacing around nervously in the old mansion that was now a museum. Well over one hundred years ago the mansion belonged to his family. It was feared for many decades, known only as the House Of Frankenstein. Heinrich Frankenstein had hoped that a century would have defused the legend his distant grandfather Victor had left the town. Especially since the Frankensteins had fled the town all that time ago. But people have strange ways of keeping hatred alive and passing it down to younger generations. It wasn't long before townsolk had realized that Heinrich, albeit an American citizen, was a relative of Victor Frankenstein, the man who unleashed a monster upon Karlstad.

But his arrival was a week ago, and he now faced bigger problems than simple jeers and heckling. The Monster of legend had returned. It shouldn't be possible, Heinrich thought. But it was true. What's worse is that after one hundred years, it was again a Frankenstein who had , in a bumbling manner, returned the hulking monster to life.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster By Nostalgiascape

Postby Nostalgiascape » Sun Feb 24, 2008 7:35 pm

"How did I know"? Heinrich asked himself. If a government agency from the States offered you one million dollars to disclose family secrets and go back to the country of your heritage, wouldn't you do it? A million dollars is a lot of money. Heinrich was in a postion of financial need. He didn't imagine in his wildest dreams that he would lead a secret task force to the actual remains of the family monster in Germany and then watch as they resurrected him!

The name of the little known federal agency was named F.I.U.L, which stood for Federal Investigation of Unknown Life Forms. The man in charge of this particular task force was Steven Fisk.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster By Nostalgiascape

Postby Nostalgiascape » Tue Feb 26, 2008 2:26 pm

In the old study of Victor Von Frankenstein; Heinrich Frankenstein, Steve Fisk, and two armed agents stood waiting nervously as something on the other side of the large wooden door tried to bust it down.

"Sir, our barricades won't hold!" One agent shouted. A frustrated Agent Fisk retaliated.
"You were'nt supposed to resurect him here. He was supposed to be loaded and shipped to our facility in the states!"

The man who Steve Fisk was scolding was Agent Tom Brine.
"Sir, your superior instructed me to see if the Monster could indeed be revived before transport. I assumed you were notified." Brine responded.

"Notified my @##! Damn that McCown, he pulled another stunt! What was his reasoning behind reviving the subject BEFORE transport!??" Fisk asked.
"Sir, he told me that the Monster was useless to us if he could not be revived, and there was no sense paying transport costs on a dud." Brine answered.
"Money. It's about the money with McCown! Now two of my best agents are dead out there in the hall!" Fisk yelled.

Heinrich just backed away from the door nervously as the pounding became louder and louder.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster By Nostalgiascape

Postby Nostalgiascape » Tue Feb 26, 2008 7:44 pm

Heinrich stood there trembling in terror. He had seen the monster. It was a tall creature with lazy eyes and a lean craggy face. He had sticthes on his head. The top of his head was matted and flat. And there seemed to be pieces of metal sticking out of both sides of his neck, near his ears.

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The creature was wearing a dusty old jacket and his shoes seemed to be like gun boats. What startled Heinrich the most was the creatures tenacity and sheer power. The door that shielded them from the monster was thick and made of oak. Yet the creature appeared to be splintering it at the middle. One thing Heinrich knew, he would jump out the fourth story window and chance breaking his neck if he had to.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

Postby Frankenstein » Mon Apr 14, 2008 5:47 pm

This is a great story. When you come back to the site could you finish it? Thanks.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

Postby Nostalgiascape » Thu Apr 17, 2008 4:36 pm

Oh I will. Its just that the site has been a tad slow.
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

Postby Nostalgiascape » Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:15 pm

The moment that everyone had braced themselves for had occurred when in one shattering crash, two long arms burst through the large door. Every man in that room leaped like a frighten child. One of the agents drew his gun on the creature.

"Wait! Wait, I need to try one last time to save the mission." Steven Fisk shouted. As the monster peered in through the large hole he had made, he gave off a snarling growl. By this time Heinrich was trying relentlessly to open the windows and jump.

Agent Fisk pulled a strange looking rifle from a large duffel bag and aimed it at the Monster. He fired two tranquilizer darts into the creature through the breach in the door. For a minute the Creature struggled and staggered backwards. Finally simply closed his eyes and fell to the floor leaving a very loud thud.

All five men on the opposite side of the door stopped and leaned up against the wall, worn down with fear. Steven Fisk looked over to Agent Brine and commanded, "Brine you dial up McCown, then give that phone to ME!"
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Re: Jason Voorhees meets Frankensteins Monster(Warning-Violence)

Postby adrian » Mon Sep 14, 2009 12:30 pm

can i take a stab at continuing this story?
Last night 'twas witching Hallowe'en
Dearest; an apple russet- brown
I pared, and thrice above my crown
Whirled the long skin; they watched in keen;
I flung it far; they laughed and cried me shame
Dearest, there lay the letter of your name!


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