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Vampire Hunter (A Twilight Story) - Season 1 - Episode 69
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“I’m…I’m afraid not.”She started crying harder on the other end. Bella gripped my hand tightly.

“If you don’t mind me asking but what happened?” He asked. While he said this calmly, from years of practice, but I could detect the subtle pain in his voice. I don’t understand…
“She…she died in a car crash less than a week after she returned from the wed… wedding. She was on her way back from doing an errand…for me,” judging by how she said those last two words it was clear that she blamed herself. “She crashed her car. She…” Her mom cut off unable to continue. Everyone was in shock and it took all of Carlisle’s strength to maintain talking as he tried to comfort Anna’s mother. Esme sobbed quietly while Jasper wrapped his arms around Alice’s still immobile form.
“Our…our condolences, we are truly sorry for your loss.” Carlisle said quietly.
“Thank…thank you. Anna spoke very highly of all of you and I think it is because of your…your family that she was so happy in the months before her death. I hadn’t seen her like that for a ling time so thank you. You meant a lot to her” Her voice cracked but sounded a bit stronger as she said this. I felt pain go through my body, I truly thought of Anna as a close friend as did the others.
“She meant a lot to us as well, she was a good person and a true friend.” She didn’t deserve this. He thought fiercely.


“Yes, thank you again. I need to go, good bye.” She said quietly. I don’t think she could continue talking anymore and neither could Carlisle.
“Yes, good bye.” He replied and shut the phone. Everyone was quiet as the room filled with grief. Renesmee looked around, her thoughts concerned as she took in our faces. She asked Rosalie what was wrong but Rose didn’t know what to say or how to explain, Renesmee didn’t know who Anna was. I was sure, though, that Renesmee would have adored her and vice versa, but my daughter would never know her now.


Jacob walked over, “Come on Nessie, lets go take a walk by the river.” He lifted Renesmee from Rosalie’s lap and for once she didn’t complain. Don’t worry Edward, I’ll keep her busy for a while. He said this calmly but he was also sad to hear about Anna death though he was not nearly as close with her as some of us. We were all statues and the only sound was Esme’s quiet sobs. She just kept thinking Anna’s name over and over in her head.
“No, I can’t believe it!” Alice suddenly yelled as she snapped out of it. She ran to the computer and began looking for the web site to the local newspaper in Anna’s town. She searched through past articles at the speed of light. Surely they would report it. I’m sure nothing is there…there can’t be because she’s fine. Alice thought desperately, she wasn’t ready to accept Anna’s death.
“Alice, what are you doing?” Jasper asked quietly but she didn’t answer, she just kept flipping through page after page. Finally she came to a small article dated from the 27th of August.


Car Crash Claims Woman’s Life.
Tuesday evening a gruesome sight met paramedics and emergency crews as they came onto the scene of a horrific car accident. The driver, twenty year old Anna Green, appeared to have lost control of her vehicle along highway 47coming home from the Derant Family Farmers Market in the early hours of the morning. Her car appears to have rolled several hundred meters away from the main road, colliding with several trees, before coming to a stop and bursting into flames. 911 had been called when several locals nearby saw a large pillar of smoke rising in the distance.
“We saw this huge pillar of black smoke from our kitchen window. It is hard to believe it came from the one car, we thought perhaps there was a forest fire. We immediately called the authorities.” Said fifty-two year old Joan McNabb. When we asked her about the victim they had this to say. “It’s absolutely horrible, she was so young. I always thought that road was safe. I did not know her but my heart goes out to her family.”
When fire crews arrived on the scene they spent thirty minutes putting out the massive blaze that had engulfed the entire vehicle. Miss. Green, unfortunately was in the vehicle at the time and did not survive. Police had to identify her remains, which were burnt beyond recognition, through the vehicles identification number and descriptions given by family.


“While we are unable to use dentil records or DNA to identify the victim due to the severity of the burns, the body was of the appropriate height, weight, gender and age. Given that Miss. Green has not been heard from since Tuesday morning and the body was found in her car along her known route of travel it is safe to say it is indeed her body.” Said a grim Police Chief O’Donnell. “We do believe, however, that she died instantly and therefore did not suffer.” He added.
Police are unsure to what caused the crash and are currently investigating the matter. However, preliminary analysis of the car, road and the surrounding area indicates that something, most likely an animal of sorts, darted in front of the vehicle causing her to loose control.
Miss. Green is survived by her mother, forty-two year old Karen Green. Her husband and Anna’s father Mark Green was murdered three years previously. Mrs. Green was unavailable for comment. Our hearts and prayers go out to her friends and family during this tough time. Miss. Green’s body will be cremated and a memorial service will be held tomorrow evening from 6-8pm at Sunrise Funeral Home.

We had all moved to stand behind Alice as she read the article. Beside it was a picture of Anna, taken at our wedding by Esme, as she sat happily at a table, a few pedals on her shoulder. A smile was plastered on her face and her eyes shown with excitement. Below it said Annabell Elizabeth Green. November 3, 88-09. I looked away from the photo and grabbed hold of Bella, who was also crying now. Alice read the article over and over, trying to figure out how they could lie about something so serious. The others drifted away with their partners, unable to read anymore.
“It’s a mistake, they have the wrong person.” She whispered. She searched desperately for Anna’s immediate feature but saw nothing but darkness. She shook with grief but couldn’t bare to look again, the darkness was too frightening. I SHOULD HAVE NEVER LISTENED TO HER! She shouted in her head. Her face was in her hands. She thought back to when she last saw Anna and how she promised not to look for her future. She had kept her promise and was now regretting that decision.
“Alice, you couldn’t have prevented this.” I said quietly.


“I…maybe…if I looked…she would be…” She couldn’t finish. She was blaming herself and while it was not her fault I knew she wouldn’t listen to me at the moment, the grief was too fresh.

Eventually Alice ran upstairs and into her room as reality set in. Jasper ran after her and pulled her onto his lap while on their bed as she cried fiercely into his chest. He stroked her back as he tried to consol her but he could barely control his own grief over Anna’s death, like Alice he had come to care for her deeply. Alice didn’t come out for the rest of the night.

For the first time in weeks the Cullen household was a place of sorrow as we mourned the loss of our friend and a member of this family.


-Continuation of Chp, New perspective-

POV: Anna

The lights were off and the sky was dark as I lay in my bed, my eyes closed, thinking of nothing. Felix had gone off with Demetri for the day to have some guy time, whatever that was. I was bored but could think of nothing to do, well nothing I wanted to do alone. It had been a week since there werewolf incident and this was the first time I had left Felix’s side. I had to admit I really missed him. So here I lay, alone, all day as I did nothing and thought of nothing. It was actually kind of peaceful now that I thought about it, almost like sleep…almost.

I felt Aro coming down the hall but rather than continue on his way he stopped outside my door and knocked. Great, what the hell does he want now? I was prepared to ignore him when he knocked again. I sighed.

“Yes?” I said annoyed.
“May I come in?” He asked politely.
No, but you can jump into a bonfire. I smiled briefly at the thought. “If you must.” I said and sat up. He opened my door and flicked on my light, though he could see perfectly without it. He walked a few paces into my room and stopped.

“Anna, I was hoping you would held with something, give me your opinion.” He smiled sweetly. I hated that smile, I wanted to smack it right off his face.

“Fine, what do you want to ask?” I asked wary, I didn’t see where this was going.
“Oh no, it is not a question I wish to ask. If you would accompany me I will explain when we get there.” He walked to the door and indicated for me to walk through.
“Get where?” I asked suspiciously. I remained unmoving on the bed.
“You will see but no need to worry, we are not leaving Voltera.” He stood firmly in my door way and knew I he wouldn’t leave until I went with him. I jumped off the bed and walked out the door, the sooner I get this over with the sooner he can leave me alone. He walked beside as I followed him through the halls.


“I meant to speak with you earlier, I was deeply impressed by your performance last week Anna. You truly are worthy of being in our guard. It brings me such pleasure!” He smiled warmly at me but I ignored him and kept walking. I didn’t want his praise, it had only ever meant trouble for me. Memories I rather forget seem to be piling up quickly since I arrived here. Aro continued, “And dear Felix, you two have become close I see. I am so glad…” He was about to continue but I cut him off.

“Forgive me…master, but I rather skip the small talk if it is all the same to you.” I said sharply. The last thing I wanted to do was talk about Felix with him, it was none of his business.

“As you wish.” He said kindly, as if I said nothing at all. We continued down the halls until we came to the set of golden doors that one passed to get to the turret. I have never been in there and now that I think about it no one has told me what was inside. He took out a large brass key and unlocked the beautiful doors to reveal an ancient stone stair case that went deeply underground. He walked ahead and began to descend down the spiraling steps with me closely behind him. After a minute we landed at the bottom of a large rectangular chamber. Moisture hung off the stone walls and there was no light, not that it mattered. At the end of the room there was a thick steal door with an electronic key pad attached. He approached the door and quickly typed in a code. 138246. I heard several large clicks as the door unlocked and slowly opened. Air came rushing out of the room, making my hair ruffle lightly. The smell reminded me of old parchment. He flicked a switch as we walked into the massive vault and artificial lights came alive high aove us, illuminating the room in a soft glow. It had to run the entire foundation of Voltera and was filled with hundreds, if not thousands, of shelves that contained various treasures; Paintings, jewels, books, statues, furniture and various other artifacts were there. Their value had to be in the hundreds of billions, if not more. It was defintely a collection that would rival the Vatican or any museum on this planet. I gazed iaround n awe.

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