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Okay this is basically a story I removed earlier due to a lack of interest and the fact that I was a little disappointed with myself Its been mentally bugging me constantly to put it back up so here it is my continuation to the 14 Goosebumps book The Werewolf of Fever Swamp Sorry for any typos you see For those of you who saw my last attempt I can safely say that it will be quite different A soft breeze whipped thorugh the crisp night air making the lonely man shiver and pull his workers coat tighter around himself He stood a distance away from a small beat-up but usable GMC pickup its yellow light sweeping near the deserted section of road to announce his presence to other cars But at this hour this far back in the woods it was unlikely that it would be need however he never took it off The clouds were caught by a light breeze and parted to reveal the moon full and beautifully white beaming down onto the section of forest he worked in Matt chuckled thinking that between this and the light on his truck he didnt need the small flashlight he carried in one hand with the tripod under the crook of his arm But when the howls started off in the distance he thought that perhaps he shouldnt shut it off so quickly Wolves he thought to himself must be that batch of timbers brought in last week for the nature experiment Matt didnt know too much about it and doubted that he really needed to They were experts on the animals and he was an expert on measuring land They probably didnt know anything about calculating the distance across a stream just as he was equally clueless about the exact nature of the wolves brought in Or at least he told himself that so he would never feel
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