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The Staking of Lucy Westenra Part One In the midst of melancholy Lucy Westenra remains lifeless encased inside a coffin of etched glass Her skin appears unnaturally pale so pale that it unifies with the white of her lacy gown Pain sorrow and heartache have set the frame of mind within the atmosphere All that disturbs the silence is that of a womans weeping and the murmuring of men Amongst the foreground of mourners stands Dr Jack Seward who consoles himself with misery Abruptly a familiar voice summons his name interrupting the moment of grief Psst Jack In an insisting manner Dr Abraham Van Helsing motions for Jack to have a word with him near the bend of the cherry wood staircase Expressing his sympathy for Lucys passing Dr Van Helsing fervently encourages Jack to trust him and believe Tremendous uncertainty floods throughout Jacks mind Believe How can I believe Without reservation DrVan Helsing promptly requests for Jack to retrieve a set of post mortal knives Jack simply could not accept the existence of such a request not at a moment in time like this An autopsy On Lucy With an aroma of sarcasm Dr Van Helsing straightforwardly explains No no no not exactly I just want to cut off her head and take out her heart Sickened with repulsion at such an eccentric remark Jack swiftly abandons the company of thisbarbarian The warmth of daylight gradually deteriorates as the majestic sun plunges behind the horizon Nightfall casts its silhouette over the earth The Staking of Lucy Westenra Part Two The damp night is consumed with fear and uncertainty Slithering down the walls of stone the serpent-like vines appear to encompass an existence of their own The shafts of light from the whining kerosene lanterns can barely penetrate the facade of the black night Screeching of birds pierce the silence from beyond the distance Hearts pulsate as the intruders approach
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