By Richard Laymon
Nobody on the town has ever obvious something love it; a slimy, cellular tube of glistening yellow flesh with uninteresting, staring eyes and an obscene, probing mouth. however the actual horror isn't what it seems like, or what it does whilst it invades your flesh - yet what it makes you do to others.
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That wouldn’t be long, now. Color was already fading from the landscape, the bright greens and yellows dimming, turning shades of gray. Dark in a few more minutes. Like waiting at a drive-in for the movie to start. Jake was in his Mustang. With Barbara. His window was rolled down, the speaker hooked over its edge. Almost dark. Almost time for the movie. Kids were on the swings and teeter-totter of the play area under the screen. Barbara. In a white knit shirt, white shorts, socks, and tennis shoes.
Came damn close to getting her ticket canceled. He turned away and continued searching. Two in the van, one bought the farm and the other guy got away. The dead guy was obviously the driver. The survivor must’ve been in the back of the van, or he would’ve gone out the windshield, same as the driver. And Celia didn’t mention seeing anyone in the passenger seat. If he was in the back, maybe he wasn’t part of it. No, he was part of it, or he would’ve stuck close to the van after the crash. Wandering back and forth, Jake spotted a dandelion with a broken stem, a smear of blood on its blossoms.
Any higher, Jake thought, and he’d be seeing what made the jiggles. ” she asked, stopping in front of the car. “Honey, this is officer…” He looked at Jake. ” “I ran into him on my way out. ” He gave Jake a sheepish glance. ” Jake let Smeltzer explain. His wife nodded. She didn’t say, “Oh, man,” after each of his sentences. She didn’t say anything. She just frowned and nodded and kept glancing over at Jake as if expecting him to interrupt. ” she finally asked him. ” “He didn’t kill anyone today, but it wasn’t for lack of trying.