Destination Truth: A Passing StormDestination Truth:Destination Truth: A Passing Storm by VoodooZombie13
"A Passing Storm "
The clouds had begun to creep into the skies and the wind began to throw it's voice upon the walls of the little wooden cabin. It was a rough little house, but it stood against the elements ferociously. The encourage able cabin would have to do as a suitable station of refuge until the storm passed.
This wasn't the first storm to hit the region since the team began their journey. In fact it was the third, which delayed the team for more time then would have liked. There was already pressure to find evidence, but even more with the fact that they were also trying to complete a t.v. show. The frustration was building in Josh's mind, but in the grand scheme of things he could do nothing about it. If he had to he'd withstand the producers onslaught of verbal scolding, then brush of their ignorance after a few shots with the team.
Josh took in the century old wood that made up the cabin and analyzed every crack and knot that so happened to be
Destination Truth: Whatever's LeftDestination Truth:Destination Truth: Whatever's Left by VoodooZombie13
How he got to the bottom of the riverbed was a blur. All Josh knew was that he was awake and barely able to feel his body. He wiggled his toes and breathed a sigh of relief, but he knew better. He laughed to himself, knowing that if the now dried up river was flowing this could have been a lot worse.
"Don't move. Don't Move." his mind said.
He laid there listening. Josh could hear the wind through the brush next to him, the birds in the sky above him, and the rumble of the ever shifting earth beneath him. But there was one sound that broke the somewhat peace in his rattled head.
A small pebble hit is forehead and a few more rolled passed him. Josh tried to look up, but was afraid he might do more damage to his already throbbing body. Thank goodness his eyes didn't hurt or else he wouldn't have been able see Rex and Richie making their way down the rock wall.
As much sense as the fall took out of him Josh could still make out the sh