Wolves of Wayward

Wendleton Prelude 2

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Having “convinced” Creep to vacate their immediate presence after involving local law enforcement, Henry and Joel provide their statements to the summoned police officers. Tension continues to mount as the far from silver-tongued duo have trouble shaking suspicion of their own involvement, but thankfully their interlude is interrupted by a second disturbance which draws Officer Price’s attention.

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Wendleton Prelude 1
Henry and Joel engage in male bonding, and Phoebe gets ate.

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The mid-sized town of Wendleton, with a population of just over 4,000 is scarcely worth mention on a Texas map. Life and prosperity began to infuse the once sleepy rural burrow in 1973 when United Packing and Meyerman underwent a management change that gave David Meyerman complete private ownership of the Wendleton meat packing plant, resulting in an economic boon as slaughter and meat production quickly became the stock and trade of Wendleton’s citizenry. By 2006, Wendleton Meat Packing was a worthy competitor with major slaughterhouses in Dallas and Austin. More importantly, in 1987, it hired one Henry Helot to serve on its floor as a knocker.

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