Authoress Note: Welcome to Chapter 15 of See You Again. Thank you to those who have reviewed this story, it really does mean a lot to me. Thank you for sticking with my story it really does mean a lot to me. Without further ado welcome to Chapter 15 and enjoy guys.
Sam, Dean, and Andi stood in Mrs. McKay's living room doing an interview trying to work a case of a missing person to see if it was something that dealt with their type of thing. They were dressed to the nines as sheriffs hoping that they were able to get some sort of information from these people.
"I know you're just doing your job, but the police have been here all week already. I don't see why we have to go through this again. The more he tell the story, the more he believes it's true." Mrs. McKay said shaking her head.
"Mrs. McKay, we know you spoke with the local authorities." Sam said offering her a small smile.
"But, uh, this seems like the matter for the state police, so…" Dean said with a small smile, hoping that she would buy the story. They needed information before this guy that went missing ended up dead.
"Don't worry about how crazy it sounds, Evan. You just tell us what you saw." Andi said crouching down to his level offering the boy a small smile, hoping that it would give him the push he would need to give the story.
Evan took a breath looking into Andi's cognac eyes. "I was up late, watching TV. When I heard this weird noise."
"What did it sound like?" Sam asked crouching to Evan's level.
"It sounded like… a monster."
Sam and Andi looked at Dean exchanging a look with him.
"Tell the officers what you were watching on the TV." Mrs. McKay said looking at her son.
"Godzilla Vs Mothra."
Dean smiled. "That's my favorite Godzilla movie. It's so much better than the original, huh?" Dean said excitedly. He loved that movie a lot and thought that it was so much better than the original and he could only hope that this kid agreed.
"Totally." Evan said nodding his head excitedly.
"Yeah." Dean nodded his head towards Sam. "He likes the remake."
Sam glared at his brother.
"And she doesn't even know Godzilla." Dean said nodded his head towards Andi.
"Hey!" Andi said giving Dean a look. She may have not known Godzilla, but she saw it as fine. Sam told her it was okay when they tried to watch Godzilla.
Dean cleared his throat. He knew that he was in trouble for mentioning the fact that Andi didn't know anything about Godzilla. He held up his hands letting her know he didn't mean anything by it.
"Evan, did you see what this thing was?" Sam asked softly looking back at Evan.
"No. But I saw it grab Mr. Jenkins. It pulled him underneath the car."
"It took him away. I heard the monster leaving. It made this really scary sound."
"What did it sound like, Evan?" Sam asked softly hoping that Evan would tell them what the sound was that scared the poor boy.
"Like this…. Whining growl."
The three hunters exchanged a look as Sam and Andi stood up to their feet.
"Thanks for your time." Sam said looking at them.
Sam sat at one of the tables at Kugel's Keg doing some research trying to see if he could figure out anything that could help them out with the information that Evan had given them.
Andi and Dean were having a small little game of darts trying to outdo one another in their little friendly game of darts.
Andi pursed her lips together as she threw a dart pursing her lips together and it hitting dead center of the target.
"Oh come on." Dean said with a groan looking at her. "You have to be cheating."
Andi rolled her eyes looking at Dean. "I'm not cheating." Andi said defending herself. "I don't say you cheat at pool. I'm just a bit better at darts than you are."
Dean picked up a dart and threw it and tried to get close to hers and missed. He groaned rubbing his mouth. "Damn it."
Andi laughed lightly as she picked up another dart and threw another dart and missed her mark. "See occasionally I miss."
Dean picked up another dart and tried again and got closer to her first dart. "Ha!"
"See you're getting better." Andi said with a smile.
"So, local police have now ruled out foul play. Apparently, there are worse signs of a struggle." Sam said looking up at his brother.
"Well, they could be right, it could be just a kidnapping. Maybe this isn't our kind of gig."
Andi got up picking up a dart and her beer taking a swig and released her dart hitting the board easily. "Who knows Dean." Andi said with a shrug as she sat down next to Sam.
"Yeah, maybe not. Except for this… Dad marked the area, Dean."
Dean came over as Andi leaned over to look over at the journal.
"Possible hunting grounds of a phantom attacker."
"Why would he even do that?" Dean questioned raising his eyebrows resting his hands on the table in confusion.
"Well, he found a lot of folklore about a dark figure that comes out at night. Grabs people, then vanishes. He found this too… this county has more missing person capita than anywhere else in the state."
Andi pursed her lips together in a thin line thinking. "Now that is a bit creepy."
"Don't phantom attackers usually snatch people from their beds? Jenkins was taken from a parking lot." Dean said rubbing his mouth thinking.
"Well, there are all kinds. You know, Spring Heeled Jacks, phantom gassers. They take people from anywhere, anytime. Look, Dean, I don't know if this is our kind of gig either."
"Yeah, you're right, we should ask around tomorrow."
"Right." Sam took his wallet out of his pocket. "I saw a motel about five miles back."
"Whoa, whoa, easy. Let's have another round." Dean said trying to slow his brother down.
Andi rolled her eyes as she stood up.
"We should get an early start."
Dean rolled his eyes looking at the two younger hunters with a look. He was judging the two of them. "Yeah, you two really know how to have fun, don't you."
Andi rolled her eyes and Sam smiled.
Dean let out a soft sigh. "Alright, I'll meet you two outside, I gotta take a leak." He said as he grabbed his coat and headed towards the bathroom.
Andi rolled her eyes letting out a soft breath. She began to help Sam gather up his research.
"You know he only did that to make you feel uncomfortable." Sam said as he put the research into the journal.
Andi gave Sam a small smile. "He always does that. He just wants to see me squirm under pressure. He loves that." Andi said shaking her head as they walked towards the door.
Sam offered her a small smile as the two of them left the bar. "He means well, Andi."
"Yeah sure he does. He's still a wee bit pissed off at me because I won't tell him much of anything that happened at home. Can't say that I blame him or you for being pissed. I mean I would be too." Andi said rubbing her arm softly as they walked towards the car. "I'm just surprised that two of you are trusting me."
Sam walked with her towards the car. "Hey you have your reasons. We won't push it." Sam said offering her a small smile. Sam stopped in his tracks when he heard a noise.
"Sam everything alright?" Andi asked softly.
Sam put the journal onto the hood on the hood of the car. He reached into his pocket and pulled out a flashlight from inside. "I heard something." He told her softly.
Andi came over to him slowly picking up the journal and opened the car door putting it inside quickly. "I'm coming with you."
"I'll be alright."
Andi gave him a look which Sam had dubbed her 'You are not going anywhere without me' look.
Sam let out a soft sigh. "Alright come on."
The two of them went to go and check out the noise. They looked around to come up with nothing until they looked under the car. Under the car happened to be a very unhappy cat, which hissed at them, swiping its paw at them with claws out and running away.
"Whoa." Sam said laughing lightly.
"Bloody cat." Andi said standing up letting out a groan.
Sam shook his head before he leaned against the car with Andi. "Hopefully he won't take too long."
"Yeah I have to agree with you on that. A comfy bed sound good right now." Andi said as she let out a soft sigh.
Sam laughed lightly. "You don't even sleep on a bed. Even when we try to get you to take one of the beds you refuse to. Or even get you to bunk with one of us you still refuse. You insist on sleeping on the couch."
"With good reason. You two are tall boys… trying to have one of you sleep on the couch isn't kosher." Andi said shaking her head.
Sam jerked awake noticing that he was locked in a cage. He looked around, taking in his surroundings and noticed that Andi was in the cage with him. He crawled over to her and shook her lightly. "Andi."
Andi head lulled over to the side and she grasped it in pain. "Oh ow."
"You alright?" He asked softly in concern, as he checked her over for injuries.
"Peachy. I feel like I got hit by a truck." Andi said as Sam helped her sit up. "Where the hell are we?"
Sam looked around and saw Jenkins in the cage next to theirs. "I dunno, but I think we found our missing person."
Andi looked over and saw him as well. She let out a soft groan and leaned her head against Sam's shoulder. "Peachy. I wonder how long it will take Dean to find us."
Sam took a breath. "Who knows." He said softly pursing his lips together, letting out a soft sigh. "I am really hoping that it won't take him too long."
Andi closed her eyes letting out a soft breath. Knowing that they were going to have to wait for Dean was going to be hard enough, but whomever had taken them… well that was what was concerning her. They were out in the middle of nowhere and Dean probably had no way of tracking them down and that was her fear. Him not finding them in time.
Andi watched Sam kicking at the door of their cage that they were in. "Sammy come on. It's not going to work you know that." Andi said as she rubbed her eyes tiredly.
Sam let out a sigh looking back at her giving up on trying to get the door to open. "That's the first time I've heard you call me Sammy in years, Andi."
Andi looked down sadly. "Sorry, I shouldn't have called you that." She said as she rubbed her arm shyly, having a feeling that she was in trouble.
Sam shook his head. "You're wrong." He said softly, causing her to look up at him. "I actually missed you calling me Sammy."
Jenkins groaned from his cage slowly coming to.
Sam rushed over towards the other side of the cage. "You're alive."
Jenkins groaned again.
"Hey, you okay?"
Andi came behind Sam and leaned against him.
"Does it look like I'm doin' okay?" He snapped looking at the two of them sitting up in his cage.
"Where are we?" Sam asked softly ignoring the tone that Jenkins was giving him.
"I don't know. The country, I think. Smells like the country."
"You're Alvin Jenkins, aren't you?" Andi asked softly.
"Yeah." Jenkins said with a nod of his head.
Sam let out a sigh. "We were looking for ya."
"Well, no offense to you and your girlfriend, but this is a piss-poor rescue."
"I'm not his girlfriend. I'm his friend okay. We work together okay?" Andi snapped at him in agitation.
"Andi… calm down." Sam said wrapping his arms around her trying to calm her down. "My brother's out there right now, too. He's looking for us… So."
"So, he's not gonna find us. We're out in the middle of nowhere." He nodded towards the door leading into the building. "Waiting for them to come back and do God-knows-what to us."
"What are they? Have you seen them?" Sam asked softly.
"What are you talking about?"
"Whatever's got us, what'd they look like?"
"See for yourself."
The door of the building open and two ordinary men came into the building.
Andi pressed herself against Sam in fear.
Sam pursed his lips together rubbing her arm softly, hoping that he would be able to keep her calm. He felt her jump when the man kicked the cage of Jenkins.
"Leave me alone! Don't you take me, leave me alone!" Jenkins yelled at the man that had entered the cage.
The men soon left leaving the three of them alone.
Sam let out a breath tickling the top of Andi's head. "I'll be damned. They're just people."
"Yeah. What'd you expect?" Jenkins snapped at them.
Andi let out a soft breath pulling away from Sam. "How often do they feed you?" Her voice slightly shaking. She felt like a child feeling like she was back in school.
"Once a day. And they use that thing over there to open the cage." He said pointing to the panel.
"And that's the only time you see 'em?" Sam asked softly wondering if that was true.
"So far. But I'm waiting."
"Waiting for what?" Andi asked as she brought her knees up to her chest.
"Ned Beatty time."
"I think that's the least of your worries right now." Sam said looking back towards the door.
"Oh, yeah?" He asked looking at Sam.
"What do you think they want, then?"
Sam reached through the top of his cage that he shared with Andi. He grabbed the thick metal wire that stretched from the top of the pole to the ground and began to pull at it trying to bring it down. "Depends on who they are."
"Sam…" Andi asked watching as he pulled on it.
"They're a bunch of psycho hillbilly rednecks, if you ask me. Lookin' for love in all the wrong places."
Sam continued to pull on the wire to detach it from the pole.
"And you are so easily to judge someone."
Jenkins rolled his eyes looking at her. "Just like you sweetheart. You are so quick defending yourself saying you aren't his girlfriend. But it seems like you are with the way that you act around him."
Andi pursed her lips together and crossed her arms huffing a bit in agitation as Sam continued to work on the wire.
Sam continued to pull at the wire as Andi watched him leaning against the wall of the cage with her arms wrapped around her legs watching him.
"What's your name, again?" Jenkins asked watching Sam.
"It's Sam." Sam replied as he continued to pull at the wire.
"Why don't you give it up, Sammy, there's no way out."
"Don't… call me… Sammy!" He groaned and tore the coil down and a small piece of metal landed at Andi's feet.
Andi picked it up and handed it to Sam.
"What is it?"
"It's a bracket."
"Well, thank God, a bracket. Now we've got 'em, huh?" Jenkins went silent as his cage door opened. "Must've been a short." He slowly climbed out of the cage. "Maybe you knocked something loose."
"I think you should get back in there." Andi said softly as she got up to her feet.
"This isn't right." Sam said shaking his head having a bad feeling about Jenkins cage opening so easily.
"Don't you wanna get out of here?"
"Yeah. But that was too easy."
"Look, I'm gonna get out of here, and I'm gonna send help, okay, don't worry." Jenkins said going towards the door.
"No, I'm serious. Jenkins… this might be a trap."
"Bye, Sammy." He said as he pushed the door open.
The cage suddenly slammed shut.
Andi looked at Sam with wide eyes. "Oh bloody hell."
"Andi it'll be okay." He said softly as he pulled into his arms.
"You don't know that… he's going to get himself killed."
"He should be able to get out… maybe he will…" Sam closed his eyes as he heard Jenkins screaming out.
Andi closed her eyes as tears fell from her eyes. "That's where you were wrong."
Sam looked at her leaning against the cage. He pursed his lips together into a thin line. "Can I ask you something?" He asked softly, hoping that this wasn't a mistake asking her this.
Andi looked up at him with tired eyes. "About what, Sam?" She asked, as she brought her knees up under her chin resting her chin on top of them looking at him with a sigh. She had a funny feeling that she wasn't going to like this question too much.
"Why leave this boyfriend of yours without so much of a word of where you were going?" Sam asked softly looking at her. He watched her reaction, he noticed that she stiffened when he mentioned her boyfriend. "Didn't you love him anymore?"
Andi let out a soft breath running a hand through her hair. "That's where you're wrong." She said softly pursing her lips together into a thin line causing them to turn white. "I still love him." She shook her head. "He just thought that work was far more important than his relationship and it was putting a strain on us. He never questioned the jobs that he did. Never once… hell he never questioned his best friend he almost got me killed. He forgave him. I had to draw the line somewhere."
"Andi… why did you want to even date someone 8 years older than you to begin with?" Sam asked looking at her with a worried look. "Didn't he take advantage of you?"
"No, Sam he never took advantage of me." She shook her head. "He wasn't that kind of person." She let out a soft breath. "He was someone that wanted to look out after me. And that's what he did since I was 14 years old. He always made sure that I was taken care of and that nothing ever happened to me." Andi's lips quirked in a small smile. "He didn't like the idea that I wanted to be a hunter though. He actually wanted me away from this life." She shook her head. "But that's not who I am. I'm a hunter's daughter and I'll always be. I will die with a gun in my hand. And of course he didn't like that idea too much."
Sam and Andi looked on in concern as a woman was dragged into the cage that was next to them. The two of them shared a look of concern with one another unsure of if she was alright. The two of them were concerned if she was really hurt by these guys. They watched as the men left leaving the three of them alone in silence again.
Andi bit her lip in worry. "Do you think she's still alive?"
Sam let out a breath looking her over trying his best to see. "I dunno."
Andi tried her best to look through the wire. "Looks like she took a nasty knock to the head." She let out a sigh. "She's gonna be feeling that when she wakes."
Sam pursed his lips together and nodded his head. "Yeah. That she is."
"Why would a cop be here?" Andi nervously bit her bottom lip. "Do you think that Dean might have brought her here?"
Sam pursed his lips together. "I don't know… I'm thinking… maybe he might of."
The woman groaned slowly coming to her senses.
"You alright?" Sam asked hoping that she was alright.
The woman rubbed her head. "Are you Sam Winchester and are you Andrea Pierce?"
"Yeah." Sam said confirming who they were.
"Your, uh, your cousin's looking for the two of you."
Sam let out a breath of relief. "Thank God. Where is he?"
"I, uh… I cuffed him to my car."
Sam let out a sigh. That wasn't what he wanted to hear.
Andi let out a gasp moving to Sam's side when the door opened afraid that it was the men that had taken them coming back for one of them.
"Sam? Andi?" Dean asked looking into their cage.
The two younger hunters smiled at Dean.
"Are you two hurt?"
"No." Sam said shaking his head.
"Damn, it's good to see you two."
"How did you get out of the cuffs?" Kathleen asked looking at Dean confused.
Dean looked at her. "Oh, I know a trick of two."
Kathleen looked at him confused.
"Alright." He moved to the door and saw that it was locked. "Oh, these locks look they're gonna be a bitch."
"Well, there's some kind of automatic control right there." Sam said pointing to the control panel that was on the wall.
"Have you both seen them?" Dean asked them both.
"Yeah." Sam said with a nod of his head..
"They're just people." Andi said softly.
"And they jumped you two? You must be getting rusty the both of you." Dean said as he went to the control panel and started to work the panel. "What do they want?"
"I don't know. They let Jenkins go, but that was some sort of trap. It doesn't make any sense to me."
"Well, that's the point. You know, with our usual playmates, there's rules, there's patterns. But with people, they're just crazy."
"They're psychopaths Dean…" Andi said shaking her head. "They're not going to follow a pattern at all."
"See anything else out there?" Sam questioned looking at his brother wondering if he had found anything that would perhaps help them out.
"Uh, he has about a dozen junked cars hidden out back. Plates from all over, so I'm thinkin' when they take someone, they take their car, too."
"Did you see a black Mustang out there? About ten years old?" Kathleen asked looking at Dean hoping that Dean had seen it and one way hoping that Dean didn't see it.
"Yeah, actually, I did."
Kathleen looked down sadly.
"Your brother's?" He saw her nod her head in confirmation. "I'm sorry. Let's get you guys out of here, then we'll take care of those bastards." He pointed at the control panel. "This thing take a key. Key?"
"I don't know." Sam said shrugging his shoulders.
"I think it might." Andi spoke up softly.
"Alright. I better go find it." Dean said turning on his heels.
"Hey." Sam called to Dean causing him to stop. "Be careful."
"Yeah." Dean said leaving the three of them.
Andi let out a soft breath. "I hope that he's going to be able to find that key."
"I have faith in him."
"Sam he's going against a family of psychopaths. It's not going to be easy." Andi admitted softly to her best friend.
Sam pursed his lips together knowing that was very true.
"Hopefully he won't make a mistake."
Sam rubbed her arm lightly.
Kathleen looked at the two of them. A small smile came to her face. "You make a cute couple."
Andi's cheeks went pink. "Oh, um we aren't a couple."
Kathleen blinked a few times. "Oh I apologize."
Sam chuckled lightly. "It happens often."
Lee entered the barn with the gun and key in his hand. He walked over to the control panel. He inserted the key and twisted the key.
"What are you doing?" Sam asked as the door to their cage opened.
Lee walked towards their cage.
Sam quickly grabbed the bracket that was on the floor of their cage as Lee opened the door aiming his gun.
"Hey!" Kathleen yelled trying her best interrupt what Lee was trying to do.
Andi made a quick choice ramming her shoulder into Lee's stomach causing the gun to go off and the two of them to go right out of the cage quickly.
"Andi!" Sam shouted following her right outside of the cage.
Andi rolled off of Lee covering her ringing ears due to the gun fire.
Sam quickly took her place on top of Lee and grabbed the gun and hit Lee in the face three times with it. He tried to fire it, but it didn't work. "Damn." He got up off of Lee and dragged him into the cell and put him into it. He closed the door and went to the panel locking it. He then unlocked Kathleen's door.
Andi walked up the porch stairs only to meet up with Sam and Dean. "Everything good?"
"Yeah. You kept hidden pretty well didn't you?" Sam questioned her.
Andi smiled a soft smile. "Actually yeah. Those two bloody bastards didn't even know that I was hiding up in a tree."
Dean blinked a few times. "Y-you hid up in a tree... I… I didn't even know you even knew how to climb a tree."
Andi laughed lightly and walked down the stairs with the two brothers. "That's a story for another time boys." She didn't want to reveal that it was one of her pass times climbing up a tree to get away from everything and think.
The three hunters met up with Kathleen who came out of the barn.
"Where's the girl?" Kathleen asked looking at them.
Andi blinked a few times looking at the brothers in confusion. "What girl?"
"Locked her in a closet. What about the dad?" Dean questioned looking at Kathleen.
Kathleen pursed her lips together. "Shot. Trying to escape."
The four of them exchanged a look.
"I think the car's at the police station." Dean said to Sam and Andi.
"Well sounds fantastic…" Andi said letting out a soft breath putting her hands into her pockets.
Kathleen approached Sam, Dean, and Andi. "So, state police and FBI are gonna be here within the hour. They're gonna wanna talk to you. So I suggest that you three are long gone by then."
"Thanks." Dean said offering her a small smile. "Hey, listen, I don't mean to press our luck, but we're kind of in the middle of nowhere. Think we could catch a ride?"
"Start walking. Duck if you see a squad car."
"Sounds great to me. Thanks." Sam said with a nod of his head.
"I agree." Andi said firmly nodding her head.
"Listen, uh… I'm sorry about your brother."
"Thank you." Kathleen began to tear up. "It was really hard not knowing what happened to him. I thought it would be easier once I knew the truth… but it isn't really." She took a breath. "Anyway, you should go."
The three of them nodded their heads before leaving Kathleen alone.
The three hunters walked together down the road.
"Never do that again." Dean said looking at the two younger hunters. He had truly been worried about them when they had disappeared the way that they had. He was afraid that he was really going to have to answer to his dad if something had truly happened to them.
"Do what?" Sam asked looking over at his brother in confusion.
"Go missing like that. The both of you."
"You were worried about us?" Andi said with a chuckle.
"All I'm saying is, you both vanish like that again, I'm not looking for you two again." He lied, he would go looking for them again if they went missing. He didn't want to answer to his dad if they got hurt. After all his dad had brought Andi over and he was supposed to protect Sammy. It was his job and he would continue to do his job.
"Sure you won't."
"I'm not." Dean said shaking his head.
"So, you got sidelined, by a thirteen year old girl, huh?" Sam asked looking over at his brother.
"Oh, shut up."
Andi looked over at Dean. "Seriously."
"Just saying, getting rusty there, kiddo."
Dean chuckled. "Shut up."
Andi and Sam laughed as they walked down the road.
"Just letting you know." Andi said looking at the two brothers. "I'm not showing any leg to hitchhike to the station."
The brothers looked at her with wide eyes before the three of them busted out laughing.
I decided the title for the next season of Supernatural for this series. It will be called I'm No Good. It's the song by New Years Day. It is kind of the reason why I picked the song because of the way that the season is set up with the way that Sam is in the season and well… it fit. So you guys can listen to the song and see what you think. Please let me know what you think in a review and let me know what you guys think of this chapter guys. But if you guys have any suggestions for titles that might fit better please let me know. I do apologize for taking so long to get this chapter out. I haven't been feeling that well. Also I don't think that this is my best chapter, but as always please let me know what you think. I kind of had to add some humor at the end. Sadly Andi isn't really known for her humor… I dunno what to really classify her humor… so let me know what you think of her humor… So let me know what you guys think. Hopefully I'll have an easier time with the next chapter. Let me know if there is anything that you guys want to see. Until next time guys.