Elevator Devil

After death reverses in South Dakota, and after Bobby kills his late wife, Sam and Dean just want a break from the Apocalypse thing. When a hunt pops up in Rapid City, South Dakota, it seems the perfect way to get back in the business.
{Battle of The Fandoms Entry; Supernatural}


8. Under The Bed

Jessica had never felt so angry in her life. Sure the time that she found all her books ripped up came close, but it was nowhere near the anger she felt for this.

She stood up with a stomp and glared at Sam and Dean.

"You think you can make jokes?" Jessica demanded, "Shadow's dead and you think it's funny to talk about ghosts and stuff like that to say what killed him? What now you're going to say demons are real too?"

Sam opened his mouth, but Jessica cut him off, "No, just- fuck you."

"And fuck you too." She turned to Dean and glared at him as well.

They both fell silent and Jessica didn't feel any sort of relief. Shadow was dead and she saw his body and his blood got onto her face and she freaking wiped it off and- 

She slumped against the wall, suddenly drained of all energy and couldn't muster up the anger to be furious at Sam and Dean anymore.

Sam stepped over Shadow's body, and after some thought, propped it up against a wall. He felt as if he was trivializing him, but he couldn't just step over a body every time he wanted to say something.

"Look, this isn't a joke, something killed your friend and we want to help." Sam said, gesturing to him and Dean.

"You're crazy." Jessica snapped, in a flash of irritation.

"You have no idea how many times we've been called that over the years." Dean said, smirking.

"Oh my god you people actually believe this stuff." Christi butted in, eyes wide.

"Call us crazy all you want, but just give us the benefit of the doubt now and after this you can forget that this happened, okay?" Sam said.

"You, you're going to stop this?" Reila said quietly. Jessica turned to her and felt guilty, all this time she just seen Reila as this cardboard cutout of a, well, slut but she had forgotten that she had feelings too.

"Yeah, we are." Dean said, sure of himself.

"Okay, so say ghosts and monsters are real," Jessica said, "Then what- what did that?"

"We think ghost." Dean answered.

"Yeah? And how do you know?" Christi argued, "What, you've got Spidey senses or something?"

"Could you not be so accusing? We have experience doing our jobs you know." Dean said.

"Okay, okay, still processing that ghosts are real."

"You truly believe this, these claims? It is clear that they are in serious need of help." Helios proclaimed.

"Who are you again?" Dean retorted, not liking his attitude

"I, Dean - one of the unwashed masses, am Helios Artingthorn the Second." Helios sneered, he truly pitied the ones that didn't know his good name.

"Are you always this pretentious?" Dean asked.

Helios puffed himself up even more and pushed Reila away from him. "I-"

Sam pushed himself between them and said, "Can you please just focus Dean? This isn't the time."

Dean let out a breath. "Alright, but if this joker says anything..." He trailed off menacingly.

"So where were we?" Sam smiled, as if the last minute hadn't happened.

"Ghosts." Haro answered.

"Yes, they're pretty nasty, they're spirits that couldn't let go and are stuck here causing havoc and occasionally killing people. Our job is to find out who's doing the killing and put them to rest."

"How?" Christi asked, interested in what they had to say. This could give her some street cred at school!

"Burn the bones."

Sam turned to Jessica, "How, how did you know that?"

"Uh, well, it kind of makes sense, the person was attached to their body in life, so they would still be attached to it in death because it's their body, so if you burn it you're basically cutting or burning away any connection they have to here." Jessica answered nervously, unused to being put on the spot.

"Yeah. You're, right." Sam said.

"Okay, so we need to find out who's been killed near here." Dean put in, rather annoyed that Sam was spending so much time talking to the kids rather than trying to get the job done.

"There's Kara Jackson. Shop employee, died six years ago first of June, when a person decided to rob Tiffany's on floor six." Reila said, making Jessica jump.

"How do you even know that?" Jessica asked.

"I read newspapers, she's kind of famous because her death was never resolved." Reila replied. "Also, she was also my neighbor."

"Sorry." Jessica said.

"That's a good start, but a ghost needs to be somebody who had a real serious grudge, something big enough to make them stay here." Dean said.

"They never found out who killed her?" Haro offered.

"Okay, but why would she start killing people riding elevators?"

"Johnson was part of the investigation and Jameson was the one who found her deceased body." Helios said, making everyone look at him.

"I still maintain that they are in need of professional help." Helios said, and Jessica turned disgustedly away from him. 'Does he have to be like that all the time?' She thought, annoyed.

"But so far she did everything in elevator six and only with people who were connected with her murder. Why would she suddenly change tune now?" Sam asked.

"She was killed on the first of June." Christi said, "So that's why she chose number one, because of the day."

"That still doesn't answer why now, with us in the elevator." Dean said.

"Maybe, it's one of us. Maybe one of us is connected." Jessica said quietly.

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