Story of Jack the RipperStory of Jack the Ripper by Rezwan1221
The man got dressed in the cold, dark room. Outside the great clock struck 12, followed by the loud noise of bells ringing. "It is time for my evening outing," said the man to himself, chuckling at his own mock courtesy. He threw his black overcoat over his pitch black suit and straightened his cravat. Before leaving the room, he took a top hat of a stand and placed it atop his head. Making sure he was presentable, he left the room and went out into the streets of London. Jack the Ripper on his regular midnight hunt for blood.
Miss Josephine was on her way home after a very late night at one of her friend's house. Her friend had recently had a baby and needed some help with the chores. Being the kind soul that she was eager to help her friend and the consequences of her good deed were that she now had to go home at midnight and risk the lonely London streets. At least it was not c
Kaine XavierThe SUV bumped up and down the uneven, dirt road. The sharp white headlights could barely pierce the thick fog that encircled the forest the car was going through. Inside the car were two police officers, one of them with his hands gripped firmly on the steering wheel, and a dark, cloaked man with a briefcase. The man was staring at the rearview mirror, as if expecting to see someone following them.Kaine Xavier by Rezwan1221
"Everything okay, Sir," asked one of the officers, noticing the man's strange behavior. It took a while for the man to answer. "Yes, yes everything is fine Valdez," said the man, his voice muffled by the scarf he had around his face. Despite saying this, the Valdez continued to stare at the rearview mirror, exchanging looks with his partner Hadmyer.
Soon the SUV came to a stop at a tall dark gate. Hadmyer stopped the SUV, puzzled. "Now what do we do?" As in answer to his question, the tall metal gate creaked open to admit the three men. Valdez turned back to face the man and said, 'Creepy t
Desert Roulette Chapter 5The band of marauders rode nonstop for many days. The leather cuirass I wore clung protected my skin from the heat, but at the price of causing me to become drenched in sweat. It seemed like the thieves and I had ridden forever, but eventually on the fourth night after leaving the fortress we arrived to a hill overlooking the village. Well at least that's what the thieves called it. To me it looked like an assortment of huts and shacks, all in various stages of disrepair.Desert Roulette Chapter 5 by Rezwan1221
However it was evident that the thieves' village was not just a random hovel in the middle of nowhere. Surrounding the village was a wall, complete with garrison. The wall rose about twenty feet in the air and about a foot thick. But what really surprised me was the land around which the village. The thieves' ancestors had built their settlement in the center of a large oasis. Lush green vegetation formed a wide perimeter around the village and I saw numerous reservoirs where the villagers collected water. The brigand
Desert Roulette-Chapter 4I awoke the next day, a film of dust covering my body. The hot desert sun was already streaming through the yellow windows of the bedchamber I was in. I rolled my self into a sitting position, my limbs aching from the uncomfortable mattress. The fire I had lite the night before was now a smoldering mass of blackened wood. I groggily rubbed the my eyes and got out of the bed. As my eyes adapted to the light of day I began to see things with a new clarity. I saw that the floors I stood on were stone and formed some sort if design that came from the four corners of the room and met in the center. When I examined it closely, I saw that is was a crest of two crossed swords with a dragon in the center. The emblem seemed familiar to me, but I do not recall where I had seen it. I got up and stretched myself, trying to ease the discomfort in my joints. After cracking a few of joints, I began to sift through the contents of the various wardrobe and chests, looking for anything that I could use iDesert Roulette-Chapter 4 by Rezwan1221
There's really not much to say about me.
I like to draw, but by no means do I consider myself an artist.
I like to write for the most part, and am working on several stories.
I also enjoy watching movies, reading, and playing basketball.