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WalkAmongUs:ACallingofSoulsstory Chapter One Decaying leaves crunched beneath Calvin Schumacher’s heels, and not for the first time, he wished he’d worn different shoes. Every step rattled through the cemetery. He kept his gaze forward, locked on the back of the minister, but he just knew everybody was looking in his direction. They did more than look. They whispered. No amount of unraked foliage could mask that.
WalkAmongUs:ACallingofSoulsstory lettuce at Kroger’s never lasted for more than a day. People flocked to him. How the man didn’t piss someone off every other time he opened his mouth was a mystery, but Calvin was the first to admit that maybe his own prejudices colored his perceptions.
WalkAmongUs:ACallingofSoulsstory Nobody else paid attention to the man lying flat on the rooftop. Nobody else saw his sad, dark eyes. Nobody else saw him bow his head for a brief second before slithering out of view.