Wells Astrological Society

Lyle Palmer is your average twenty-something year old, still living in his hometown, but with aspiration for more. As an opportunity to that could mean a big step towards his dreams drops into his lap, Lyle’s life is thrown into a strange and paranoid spiral. There is much more at work than he guesses, and getting to the bottom of it won’t be easy.

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 1

9:31 pm The camera clips on but before anything can be established about where the recorder is or what is happening, the image spirals down. For a moment, it is unclear what is happening despite the various candles lighting the attic almost perfectly. There is a mass that is not distinct or easily describable as […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 2

9:20pm The last room is what appears to be the master bedroom. It is the least ruined of all the spaces in the house and could almost pass as having been abandoned within the past year. Everything from the dresser to the bed, the nightstand, and the closet full of clothes looks in order and […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 3

9:18pm The stairs are so worn down and decayed that the cameraman almost falls through. His good leg punches a whole in on step, but he keeps on until he is upstairs. There are two bedrooms, their layout uncertain as he’s only ever seen the lower rooms through their windows. He enters the first, cautious […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 4

9:12pm There are more candles lit upstairs than when he had tumbled down into the flooded basement. There is caution in his steps, but it is unclear if that’s due to his injured leg or paranoia. This time, while in the sitting room, the cameraman takes good stock of what fills it. There is an […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 5

9:06pm Someone else was in the house, but they had been upstairs from the recorder, who instantly threw himself into a side room on hearing the booming of steps down to the ground floor. The camera shakes and jilts about in the dark. The only impact of it felt as the slit of light under […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 6

9:01pm After making a crawl through what had been a sitting room, they find themselves in the kitchen. A candle sits on the counter in a free space made by another entity. The place is in worse repair than the shed, with rotting food clinging to every surface. The refrigerator had clearly gone out long […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter Seven

8:50pm “Something was moving in there. If someone is in there, they’ve been watching me the whole time. So it might just be some runaway or a homeless person, but they might not be content with just watching if I come inside. But I’ve come this far, and I’ve got to know if this is […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 8

8:31pm “Oh god, that smell. It’s like rotting fish or a deer that got split open on the highway in the middle of July,” the cameraman mumbles in disgust after heaving a watery deluge of acid on the soil. What was found inside the two small shacks was nothing but clutter, a few dead animals, […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 9

8:12pm  Under cover of the trees, the flashlight is turned on to let the recorder find their way through the yard. They start on the far end of the yard, where they had entered from, to begin searching the various sheds and outbuildings on the property. With a bit of a shiver, the man reports, […]

Wells Astrological Society: Chapter 10

August 9th, 7:42pm The camera flicks on to reveal the decrepit, dilapidating, derelict house at the curve of the road. The late summer night is creeping into the clear sky, but the place is utterly shadowed beneath the canopy of trees. Heavy breathing comes from the cameraman as he presses through the ditch and up […]

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