likely_evil: (Pout - Hurt/bleeding)
Sam Winchester ([personal profile] likely_evil) wrote2010-10-01 11:53 am

That sure wasn't on the Jersey Shore...

Sam hadn't told anyone he was alive. Ok, that wasn't true. His not-dead-yet grandfather knew he was alive. So did some cousins that Sam was still deciding on if he wanted to trust. And yeah, Bobby knew, but he was under obligation not to tell.

Dean didn't know, and that was what mattered. Bobby kept him in the loop on how his brother was doing, but otherwise he didn't go near. He wasn't about to bring him back into the insanity that was surrounding him. At least not until he figured out what was going on himself.

It was a werewolf that was able to change whenever it wanted, and was racking up a nice death toll in the Garden State. Sam and Christian had gone to check it out, but a call from Samuel had Christian going back early while Sam finished up the job.

Sam had no idea that the were was waiting for such an opportunity. It was the middle of the day on the half moon, and Sam found himself struggling to keep his life as the full sized were snapped at his neck and slashed at his skin. The proximity made the gun muffle as Sam managed to kill the were, but he wasn't able to avoid onlookers as he stumbled out of the alley holding a dislocated arm while his shirt was quickly becoming saturated with blood around his shoulder.

Luck brought him to the automated doors of the clinic and he managed to take just a few steps in before the blood loss caught up with him and he passed out right in the lobby.

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