|Dean Winchester (i_soldieron) wrote in we_coexist,|
@ 2011-09-07 19:16:00
|Entry tags:||dean winchester, logan echolls|
Adventures of the Undie Nabbing Spectre (open to Logan, Sam, and Cas/Jimmy)
Dean was happy. Or as happy as a man could be when he knew his brother was no longer a dog and when he had a wayward angel to worry about. So, the hunter was probably not the happiest fellow in the City, but he was more than eager to take care of a job he knew he could do - if there really was a job to do.
Fred called earlier than he would have liked that morning, but the information she gave him made up for it. It seemed that a woman in some apartment building had seen a ghost. In fact, the woman, who could have been crazy, said that the ghost had a habit of stealing underwear; Dean would have placed money on the woman's insanity, but Fred had promised to give him 75% of the fee the woman had paid in advance to have the ghost dealt with. Fred was keeping a finder's fee; the woman had come to Angel Investigations after all.
Dean left a note for Cas...Jimmy, and sent off a quick text to Sam. If this was a ghost and Dean did die at the spectral hands of a panty thieving ghost, he wanted to make sure that someone knew about it. At least they'd know where he had gone should he go missing for a while.
The hunter did a quick stop by the Library and found nothing in any archives about the building, only that it didn't exist until recently, which put yet another mark on the crazy side for the woman who'd hired a real ghostbuster. With no info, he headed over to the apartment building only to find that the woman was not at home. He guessed she'd decided to do her laundry somewhere else.
Dean knew that he could break in, but he decided to go a different route. He pressed all the buttons to see if anyone would let him in. Maybe he could even find someone to talk to. If there was something going on, maybe someone else had actually seen it. He was desperate enough for a little action, that he was giving crazy woman the benefit of the doubt.