WILL YOU SURVIVE...? Book 1: Mortey The Killer Carni Clown
Author: J.D. Brown, B&B Games CEO

Chapter 2
The Doublet

CHAPTER 2: The Doublet


July 7th 12:57pm, Strawberry County Carnival, Richfork IA


JACK and JAMES were holding their intoxicated brother JEREMIAH back from walking up to GHOST, ZOMBIE, and JOKER. The three bikers were talking amongst themselves where the beer was being served. JEREMIAH was thinking the bikers were 'cooler' and mocking him because of their 'bicycles'.

JEREMIAH shrugged away from his brothers, left the tent, snuck over to the biker gang’s bikes, found one with a key in it, started it up, and took off on a drunken joy ride! JAXSON and CROWMAN watched all five men rush out of the tent after JEREMIAH and JOKER’s bike.


Officer CODY, after separating from Officer JIM, headed toward the Beer Tent when he heard a motorcycle engine roar to life and five guys rip from the Beer Tent, chasing to the grassy parking lot. CODY began to run in their direction, calling for any and all assistance over the radio.


Officer JIM began double-timing it on foot toward the gaming area, mentally bypassing the ‘NORMAN on-watch’ information. Before reaching the gaming area, a large chaotic roar of people could be heard in front of him as if a loud mob was coming at him. it was the last thing JIM heard, except for his own gasp of air as a sharp object jabbed into his back. NORMAN twisted the knife, severing JIM’s spine, killing him quickly. NORMAN threw the knife off to the side just as the terrified gaming-area mob visually appeared with RICK, LARRY, and PAT at the front of the mob.

NORMAN began screaming for “help” for someone to “take care of this fallen officer”. RICK left LARRY & PAT, running at NORMAN. Both NORMAN & RICK grabbed JIM’s hands and they pulled him out of the way where the bigger mob was headed. NORMAN & RICK covered over JIM’s body as the mob ran past and they watched MORTEY chase the mob, swinging his mallet, hitting a woman in the back of the leg, and finally played Whack-A-Mole with her skull after she fell. RICO, in the mob, heard the woman screaming but continued running.


JESSICA & SHA-NENE were Snapchatting a picture of themselves with dog faces on the Ferris wheel and watching the mob run, without knowing anything about MORTEY.  HERBIE & SCARLET, also stuck on the ride but at the very top, watched the mob run. HERBIE held SCARLET close as they looked over the edge of their metal seat. The heat was beating on all four of them with no shade to cover the sun’s July rays.


LEON & OLIVIA, on the medical cart, drove toward the gaming area when they heard an uproar, but what they first saw was a man kneeling over what look liked a fallen cop. As they drove immediately to NORMAN & RICK, a large group of people came at LEON & OLIVIA, heading toward their cart.

Before they could reach the three men, the screaming crowd rushed all around them, three other people jumped into the cart, pushed LEON & OLIVIA out, and drove away, even hitting people as they tried to escape. LEON & OLIVIA were being literally trampled over by the running mob, dodging the cart’s tires.


PRESTON was continuing his job as MOE darted past him, heading toward BEULER’s office trailer. PRESTON slightly lifted his head in MOE’s direction but paid next-to-no-mind. MOE burst into BEULER’s door to report what he saw MORTEY do, but what MOE found instead was far worse: BEULER behind his desk in his chair, slit from chin to groin, with every organ seeping out from under the front of the desk. The flies were a black cloud, swarming BEULER’s open mouth, chest wound, and the bloody swamp.


R.I.P. Carnival Director BEULER

R.I.P. Officer JIM

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