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Arbutus by shinigami reviews After the encounter with Azog, Thorin is smitten with the hobbit and does his best the court him with manly and majestic deeds. Unfortunately all of his attempts seem to fail hard. Hollow by shinigami reviews Hobbits on average eat six, sometimes seven meals a day. Bilbo struggles with eating drastically less than this while on the journey to Erebor and at the same time does not wish to show his weakness.
Sequel to Queen of the Dwarves. Stay With Me by shinigami reviews Bilbo uses his ring at the Battle of the Five Armies to protect Thorin and his nephews, but he gets severely injured in the process. Written for a prompt on the Hobbit Kink Meme. So the dwarves decide to show him, how much he belongs to the group. Soon Thorin grows very jelaous and starts courting Bilbo, who is unaware. And ends up out-eating Bombur. Done for a prompt on the Hobbit kink-meme.
Blood Brothers by Mokibobolink reviews Set near the end of S6: I Will Be There by Loki's-Phantom-x reviews Bilbo Baggins knew the braiding of hair and beards between dwarves was a loving gesture, whether family or lovers. Bilbo wants to try it out to see if a certain dwarf king returns his feelings. I apologise if anyone is OOC, first Hobbit fic.
The Strength of a King by shinigami reviews Azog attacks Thorin's company again and targets the Hobbit thinking him to be the Dwarf king's weakness. Candy Canes by The Emcee reviews What was Thorin supposed to do when Bilbo just whipped out that candy cane and began sucking on it halfway through the movie?
Bilbo's Hair by FrozenSapphire66 reviews Through various events concerning his stray mess of outgrowing curls Bilbo finds he is much wiser — and much more included — in the culture of the dwarves. The Dance of the Dreoilin by Paimpont reviews The Yule Ball did not go well, so Dobby decides to use ancient elf magic to create another Christmastide ball for Harry and his friends.
But elf magic is a dangerous thing - you may get exactly what you wish for. The Tenderness of a King by shinigami reviews Fili and Kili out Bilbo as a virgin embarrassing him in front of the other dwarves. One dwarf intends to rectify the situation. Thorin does not approve. Queen of the Dwarves by PotatoCrumbs reviews "I think congratulations are in order!
Sequel to Nine Lives. Read and review please. What happens when Loki appears bleeding in Stark Tower? What could ever become of a relationship with New York's most famous billionaire-playboy-super hero, and a wanted inter-realm criminal when the Allfather is willing to start a war in order to retrieve his wayward son?
Nature Laughs by Lionna reviews Because Harry wasn't jaded enough as it was. Horses should NOT look like that. Sort of a prequel to Crestfallen.
After making a deal, Harry agrees to help the Dark Lord return to his human form. Coming Together by pikachumomma reviews Harry's soul had always felt incomplete and felt it was punishment for being bad so he strove to be good, Loki was the opposite.
Post- Thor the movie. A Web of Words by Albireo reviews Loki is taken prisoner by the Avengers, and Tony can't help it - he starts to kinda like the guy. I will go down with this ship. M - English - Chapters: Legal Alien by Whispering Darkness reviews Normal people didn't have to worry about this sort of thing when they go on vacation. They worry about things like losing their luggage, catching a cab or something similar.
Harry, however, had never been normal. Then again, neither were these guys. Good Company by Greenflares reviews With Hermione and Ron always together, Harry's return to Hogwarts to complete his education isn't exactly fun. Somehow, it's his unlikely friendship with Malfoy that keeps him sane.
T - English - Angst - Chapters: Midnight by Lucky Gun reviews Post-movie. After Loki, they all sleep, only because he doesn't sleep at all. Or, five nights the team slept well, and the one night they returned the favor to the Hawk that guarded them all. No pairings or slash. What the hell is going wrong in that head of yours?
A Malfoy is never cute, and…and…" "Oh, I beg to differ. Breakfast Naps by DarkSorceressofLight reviews After coming back from nearly an all-night mission and almost no sleep, all Clint wants is some breakfast.
Too bad his body doesn't seem to agree. Basically no plot too this. Just some cute team fluffiness to go around. Team-fic Avengers - Rated: Flutters like a Rabbit Heart by Amledo reviews Set months after the movie. Avengers tower is completed and the team hasn't seen Thor since Manhattan, so when he shows up with a severely injured Loki it comes as quite the shock.
The team rushes to Loki's aid. Features a healthy brotherly relationship for Thor and Loki. Clint and Natasha alternately serious and childish. Steve and Bruce science bros. Rejecting Control by Amledo reviews Tony realizes that Loki is being controlled by the staff the Chitauri gave him.
The story of that moment and the ones that followed it. K plus because some people think that gay stuff isn't G rated When an explosion in the lab sets several snakes loose, the team realizes how deep-seated those fears are. Team fic, Clint-whumpage, Bromance, family, no slash. Teen for language Avengers - Rated: A Star and Three Quarters by May Eve reviews He thought it was rather odd, to be tired for sleeping, but it was a pleasantly normal 'odd' for Harry — or it was, until a few hours turned into a few centuries.
Some Things Aren't Funny by Izzyaro reviews Clint plays a prank on Tony, but his reaction isn't quite what he expected. Rated for flashbacks and mentions of torture. In Waking Moments by ghibli22 reviews Tony suffers from horrible migraines that put everything in his life on hold when they occur.
Bruce and the rest of the team step in to take care of him. Pre-Slash Avengers - Rated: Memorized by Corsiva Vyrae reviews "Steve? Games the Team Play by Harkpad reviews Friendship fic.
Hanging out at Stark Tower leads to playing games. Games like Monopoly, cards, and even Tiddlywinks. The effects of these games reach outside the tower, though.
Injuries and near-death experiences he could do, but the seasonal flu? Oh, that was definitely a no-no. Makeshift Family by blindkitten reviews Tony is kidnapped - Bruce isn't happy. Neither is the Hulk. All We Are by Veronique Roux reviews It's been a few weeks since the Avengers were brought together, and sleep still isn't easy to come by.
Damaged by Victoria LeRoux reviews He'd thought he'd healed. He thought he wasn't a danger to them, thought it was safe and now Written Pre-Movie, but can be considered a tag. Social Father by blindkitten reviews There are not many things that the Hulk is even remotely "gentle" with.
Apparently, Tony Stark is one of them. Come and See Me Again by Lady Talla-doe reviews When life threw Loki at him, landing them both in Medical for an extended time, Stark was sorely tempted to take those metaphorical lemons, and shove them down Life's throat. As this is not an option, they'll just have to get along. When he finds out that his animagus form is a centaur he's given a way out not expecting to find love along the way.
When Thor has bad dreams, he sleeps in Loki's. Harmless fluff and snuggles. For instance, did you know that Dumbledore! Unusual Friendship by Castielmyangel reviews Dean was saved from the house fire by something very unusual, now their best friend and stay close together whenever John leaves on a hunt.
Rated T for violence and lauguage, Wolf Castiel. Delayed Reaction by mamapranayama reviews Sam's hurt, but neither he nor Dean notices - there are just too many other things for them to think about.
Tag to 7X19 hurt! Dean Supernatural - Rated: Wanna Make You Mine by zeppx reviews This is a birthday fic for a friend. Dean attempts and fails to woo with cookies. Getting Away by fringeperson reviews If he's lucky, the freak will be killed in a back alley somewhere.
Vernon signs Harry's permission slip for Hogsmeade trips in exchange for Harry leaving Privet Drive for the rest of the summer. Dean performs a little first aide on Sam's finger. Ch2 is Christmas Ch3 is Christmas Nine Lives by MaverikFlame reviews After a magic mishap, Loki finds himself temporarily stuck in the form of a cat. Tony's beginning to think he might be more of a dog person. Midnight kitten by Midnight Incubus reviews Harrys having the usual bad summer witth the Dursleys until he messes up a spell which turns him into a panther cub but thats not the worst of it oh no the dursleys sell him to a magical pets store where he gets bought by - warnings inside Harry Potter - Rated: Cullen Black's by pikachumomma reviews Sequel to Harry's family.
Surrender by Paimpont reviews Harry writes a letter of surrender to Voldemort. The Dark Lord is intrigued. Hero Worship by Kaia Papaya reviews Dumbledore visited Harry at the Dursleys to deliver his Hogwarts letter, rather than leave it to fate.
What he found distressed him immensely and he made a few suggestions to Harry that will have long lasting implications. Features a flummoxed Dumbledore.
Originally a one shot, now with a sequel. Muggle games, broom cupboards, fluff, humour, smut. Brothers in Magic by pikachumomma reviews Magic decided that her two favorite wizards needed family so she made them brothers.
Castiel and Sam are unlucky in both life and love, so they swap houses for the holidays. Both find the experience highly As they are about to attack, the Savior of the Wizarding World has a surprise for them, and mostly for a certain blond.
Not many believe his innocence. Disoriented and damaged, after seven years of torture at the hands of Death Eaters, Severus finds refuge in Harry Potter's home. Pain of Betrayal by Yaoilover reviews Disclaimer: I don't own Harry Potter or any of the other characters.
This is for the Story Challenge posted by Leeteuk Serenity. Enjoy Harry Potter - Rated: The vamires are gone. How will Bella and Draco cope? And what's going on with Jacob and his friends on the Reservation? M - English - Angst - Chapters: Will he finally see what Harry and Lucius have been trying to tell him? He decides the only way to comfort him is to sing.
P Harry Potter - Rated: Shade of the Morning Sun by MidniteMarauder reviews It's Boxing Day, , the morning after the full moon, and Lily accidentally finds out about Remus' 'furry little problem'.
Harry's family by pikachumomma reviews Sequel to Carlisle's Love. Dean is an up and coming movie star, who some loon is trying to kill. Their paths will inevitably cross. Drabble features student-teacher relations, unestablished relationship, 8th year AU. Night Terrors by tailor reviews Arthur claims Merlin's having night terrors and disturbing his sleep.
Merlin just thinks Arthur's gone insane. This change of heart may lead the two young men down a path they had never dreamed of. With a whiff of Amortentia, their new path is set in stone. However even after surviving the war Harry's life isn't what he wants it to be. Is it really just a potions accident?
Or the hand of fate? Too bad neither is keen on the idea of losing. Calculation by fringeperson reviews Young Harry liked numbers, he liked using numbers and working out the value of things. When he found out that he was a wizard and had a big pile of gold K - English - Chapters: At the Bell Centre in Montreal.
What could they be doing there, and is Loki involved? It's difficult to enjoy the experience when a certain Dean Winchester is constantly tormenting him. Destiel, AU Supernatural - Rated: His Only One by pikachumomma reviews Voldemort falls asleep waiting for his only one to return home. Darkest Hour by Lady Silverwings reviews Young Harry Potter struggles to make his parents proud after being born a shameful squib. He soon forges a dark, dangerous friendship with the only person who seems to understand his deep need to prove his worth.
Coming Out at Hogwarts by hershey reviews What happens when Harry is forced to come out because of a news article? How will everyone react?
A Lion's Curiosity by Stormshadow13 reviews They say that curiosity killed the cat. Well, a lion is just a big cat right? So when you cross it with a snake, add a kiss and a blond joke or two it is a calling for trouble. Lullaby and Goodnight by ConeycatJr reviews The Avengers discover that the newest location of Loki's super secret villain lair is Thor's bedroom in the Avengers mansion. Hell's Angels by CeCe Away reviews Sam screamed, turning to fold Adam into his own body, offering what little protection he could as the thrust of pain speared his back.
Relapse by paperstorm reviews Dean can't keep living like this, he can't keep walking this tightrope never knowing which way he's going to fall. He needs to know one way or the other. A tag for 'Scarecrow', 1x Part of my Deleted Scenes series. Sanctuary by kirallie reviews AU. An uneasy peace exists between the human camps and the supernatural beings they share the world with. Hunters are the keepers of the peace but most don't care, they want to find Sanctuary.
The only place were the species are said to truly A Christmas to Remember by edenskye reviews Harry, while out shopping for the Weasleys, finds Draco battered and bruised and decides to nurse him back to health. Medium Rare by jadzialove reviews Seeing the dead is nothing new to Harry - it's when the dead are actually alive that the problems begin.
It is how i percieved the moments between Erik and Charles. It may get cracky. But its slash and its a fun read and multi-chap. And you really should. Soul Comfort by RosesandThorns reviews Dean and Sam get a shock when they find Castiel outside their motel room as a toddler, immediately suspecting foulplay. For some reason, the tiny boy won't go near Sam, and Dean becomes his soul comfort.
Immortal Raven by kirallie reviews AU and Slash. On the run and in need of aid he runs to someone Sirius once knew, in America. Hot and Cold by clair beaubien reviews How Sam copes after getting his soul back. He'd never be able to do it without Dean. The Butterfly Incident by bleedforyou reviews Arthur stared in amazement, a soft endearing feeling coming over him as he watched.
Merlin almost seemed to glow and Arthur's heart thudded with an emotion he couldn't name. Humanity and the supernatural live an uneasy truce. That is until Dean, a bartender in a small Midwestern town, runs into something even he didn't think was real: Knight in Black Armour by diamond-helen reviews An unlikely hero rescues Hermione from unwanted advances, where will it lead? Let Me Take Care of You by bleedforyou reviews Arthur is so ill, he can't even bring himself to eat, so Merlin has to feed him.
Captured by 2People reviews Written by Tia of 2People. John Winchester went too far to get information on the YED; torturing a merman. Will Sam and Bobby be able to help the poor merman? Breathe by the ticking clock reviews Legolas cares for Aragorn after the man exshausts himself in The Houses of Healing Lord of the Rings - Rated: All Rainbows by May Eve reviews An epilogue.
All rainbows have their end. Magnum Opus by Thorsmaven reviews Takes place three years after book 7. Harry comes to Malfoy Manor to do some inventory of the legendary dark magic collection inside of it's hallowed walls, but he's distracted by the manor's master who is interested in different things than inventory. M - English - Humor - Chapters: A Changed Life by kirallie reviews AU.
But Dean hasn't been heard from since a hunt two years previous and John's number is out of service. Just a quick little missing scene for 7. A very sweet couple. The Volturi feared him. Edward simply needed him. Harry certainly wasn't objecting. The Lake by starrily-night reviews The trenchcoat sits in the bottom of the Impala's trunk.
There it has been since the day Dean picked it up out of the lake, over a year ago. There it will stay. She has a message from Castiel. The Lost by Ultra-Geek reviews In the blink of an eye, Merlin goes from laughing in the halls of Camelot to lying on the ground, hurt and alone, in an unfamiliar, ruined castle.
Now all he has to do is figure out what's happened. Not Alone by Eternalight reviews After suffering through a personal tragedy, Clark finds himself alone, distressed, and searching for someone to help him through it all. The Whole Nine Yards by TraSan reviews The smallest gestures can hold the most meaning and the humblest of victories can mean everything. The Truth of Blood by Rokkis reviews Harry with his never ending Hero-Complex, can't help but rescue a year old vampire about to commit suicide in the morning sun in downtown Dallas, Texas.
The consequences however are far more reaching then he could ever imagine. Five Minutes with Bachelor Seventeen by WordsConsumeHer reviews The young men quickly learned to avoid the snarky wizard sitting at table seventeen. Will anyone be brave enough to try to endure his company for the full five minutes? Do the Angel Cuddle by Love-in-the-Stars reviews As an angel, Gabriel didn't do cuddling, it was hard to when one lacked a corporeal form or later had no one that he would want to cuddle.
Sam already has his hands full with Dean's epic gay love affair with an ex-god without Gabriel suddenly deciding he wants his own slice of hot Winchester.
To Accommodate An Angel by luckypixi reviews Destiel fluff. After a hunt Sam, Dean and Castiel head to a motel, where Castiel is having problems sleeping. When Sam goes to bed, Dean helps him out the best he can. After all, he can always trust his angel to be there for him. Burning Shadows by Keshra reviews "Even when you become King, even if you forget about me, I will always be near for you. Hey Jude by starrily-night reviews Sam has a nightmare.
Dean sings Hey Jude to help him get back to sleep. Much better than the summary, I promise. Dean and Sam as kids. The morning after is probably supposed to be awkward, but nothing seems more natural to Harry than to wake up in Draco Malfoy's lap. A Quiet Beginning by often-astray reviews When Harry comes down to the 'eighth year' common room in the middle of the night, Draco finds himself in a situation he hadn't dared hope for. Master of Death by Tiro reviews Instead of a duel between wands, Harry does something unexpected… and helps Voldemort understand what a master of death is.
T - English - Friendship - Chapters: Sasquatch and Squash by Swellison reviews Sam's worries about Dean's deal are superseded by his own problems when he becomes suddenly, violently ill. Much technicolor yawning and spewing of bodily fluids. Sleep by ButterflyBroken reviews Dean is broken, and when he's like this, not even Sam can help him.
Cas arrives to give the hunter some peace, and that which he wishes for the most- sleep. Slash if you squint. Run Away by fringeperson reviews complete, oneshot drabble, don't own. Harry was running away from Privet Drive in the summer between his second and third years at Hogwarts. Why, oh WHY, would he go back there the following summer? K - English - Adventure - Chapters: Because he was the Boy Who Lived.
Nobody Loves A Moron by clair beaubien reviews Dean interrupts a hold up and is taken hostage. The bad guy doesn't believe him when he says his little brother is going to save him.
But now he has a third, and life as he knows it will never be the same. Enter Harry Potter, who is going to change the world. Lovingly Insulting by Caelistis. Rydraline reviews When Hermione manages to get Harry to learn another language with her, the only perk he sees is that he can at least insult Malfoy in front of some professors.
But some other things are more easily said when no one else can understand you. Now Sam is married. Dean is bored and brokenhearted cuz Cas left. Then an angel comes and says he's in trouble. Dean goes to rescue Cas with Cas's sister! Room by Snowball's-Chance reviews Harvey slides the small box in his pocket as he gets ready to celebrate he and Mike's anniversary.
The serpent has a heart by Bono Tempest reviews Snape actually does have a soft side. A fluffy one-shot because we all have one moment of mushyness. He's felt it for years, never able to explain it. His father and friends recognize it, but cannot help. Then he meets a meek but powerful boy named Sam and everything changes. Take me away from time and season by mangacrack reviews Sam keeps waiting for the other shoe to drop, Gabriel eventually convinces him that's not going to happen. Needle and Thread by Misato reviews The plan doesn't go quite how Castiel expected and Dean's never done first aid on an angel's wing before.
Sam couldn't stop Dean from going to hell but that's okay because he's back now, even if he isn't quite himself anymore. All he wants is to find Sam but when he does will Sam still be there? When Our Prayers Go Unanswered by anonymous-unknown reviews The war in Heaven becomes more personal for the Winchesters when Castiel's grace is stolen and leaves him fighting for his life.
Dean, revived Gabriel, not so soulless Sam and a couple OC angels with a purpose. No pairings or slash but plenty of brotherly bonding. Draco stops Harry in a hallway after a detention with Umbridge and their relationship slowly starts to change.
Hot Chocolate at Headquarters by yellowcrayon07 reviews Hermione can't sleep during the summer before OotP, and ends up having a bit of a heart-to-heart with an unlikely companion, Severus Snape. See No Evil by zeppx reviews Human AU, Dean's life is about as normal as can be, he has his job and his brother and is perfectly happy.
Then Cas, a blind pianist, enters his life and everything gets turned upside down. Not Exactly Clarence by Min Daae reviews Castiel is not all knowing, but he does notice a few things. In which there is a library, saltines, and careful hydration. Also known as "author is a fan of ridiculous Sam and Cas gen. Epiphanies by Daniko reviews "Sirius wondered why he hadn't tossed Severus out of his home when he was given a clean bill of health. He knew the answer of course: UnLucky by Daniko reviews "My, my, Severus, the boy trusted you to the very end, didn't he?
What a nice job you did. Do you want to duel him, or shall I keep him in binds while you take your revenge? To save Dean from an eternity of torture Sam willingly walked into Hell.
Carve Your Name Into My Arm by Misato reviews When a fast talking witch hexes Dean to get rid of all his scars, he's surprised to find that includes the handprint, too. It's not until Castiel shows up that he realizes just how much trouble they're actually in. Handprint fic with bonus sick!
Bumps and Bruises by Enkidu07 reviews They get the spirit but not before Dean gets a little pummeled. The Truth and Nothing But by skag trendy reviews After Sam is found gunshot and bleeding out on a motel room floor, he refuses to talk about it. His increasing depression, and brooding silences, force Dean and Bobby to take drastic steps towards uncovering the truth. Who shot Sam Winchester and why? That is the only thought occupying Cornelius Fudge's mind these days.
The brat needs to be silenced and brought to heel, and Cornelius Fudge is just the man to do it. I guess you know how that should continue. Dean says something to Castiel and he takes it literally. This has now turned into a series of loosely connected one-shots.
Mostly this is pure fluff. Under the Skin by AlreadyPainfullyGone reviews Skinwalker AU Dean and Castiel are both abandoned by their families for having the same 'condition' they live between people and animals on the street for years before meeting. Mentions of child neglect and vague abuse. Amortentia by Paimpont reviews Harry slips Snape a love potion. So why isn't it working?
A Quiet Beginning by StarDuchess reviews After the battle, Severus awoke to bubbling cauldrons and unmistakable green eyes. A Brother in Need by madwriter reviews -Inspired by a prompt- There were many things the Avengers could expect from Loki.
This was not one of them. Coming Out by Adorabloodthirsty reviews Harry and Draco have been in a committed relationship with each other for almost a year now and Harry had decided that it was about damn time that they told people. The whole school in particular. Disabled by yeahishipdrarry reviews Draco is left wheelchair bound after his Aunt's attack. Harry is the one who steps up to help although it is a hard job. But Draco is looking for the cure - will it ever happen?
Bottle of Elderflower by StarRose reviews Total domestic fluff. Charles never knew grocery shopping was such a turn on for Erik. Words Unspoken Inside by crazyundeadfairy reviews Clark and Lex's meeting at the beginning of "Asylum" goes a bit differently. Regrets by Daniko reviews Severus needs rest and Sirius is forced into care-taking. In a Reserve made to study supernatural creatures, a hierarchy has been built where the most dominant creature claims a submissive one as their mate.
Castiel, an angel, falls for the most desired demon, Dean, and attempts to change their lives. Caught by HinaKicksAss reviews When making out with your arch nemesis do not, I repeat do not, get caught.
Especially not by professor Snape. Rating mostly for language! Sam wakes up in the panic room. She was having way too much fun messing with their brains Draco's hug from Voldemort. Dean stays by his side. Behind the Mask by Your sweetest dream reviews Hermione finds herself wondering who the true Severus Snape is.
She explores in her animagus form, but is shocked when Snape asks her to become his familiar. Will she be able to keep up the pretext and live a double life? Season six finale spoilers. Their Savior by zeppx reviews Cas has a mission.
Sam's sanity is questioned, Dean just tries to cope. Who for some reason. Yeah, I don't know either. One night, after a hunt gone south, he is saved by an angel.
Who is he and what does Heaven have planned for them? But the biggest question might be: Why does this angel have the mouth of a sailor? Watercolour by luckypixi reviews Destiel 'When I'm too far gone.. Will you pick me up again' Dean has to reach his angel, fighting for his life and his own, before it's too late. Before there's nothing left to save.
Dean breaks Castiel's heart in high school. Fifteen years later he's trying to make it right. Beyond Training by K Hanna Korossy reviews Some things go deeper than training and orders, like watching your brother's back.
Which is why he should never have let Dean go in alone. Tripped by Just Celia reviews Merlin carries Arthur's armour. And then Merlin falls. So, what will Arthur do when his servant lies at the foot of the staircase, his smile wiped from his face from tripping over that top step and then tumbling to the bottom?
Dean's family is killed by a demon and is trained as a hunter. Sam discovers he IS a demon and is kept in a painful existence. What happens when they're paths cross? Gordon Supernatural - Rated: Just One Word by unforgettablemagic reviews Sometimes, the less you say, the more you're understood.
It pulsed and felt warm under his gaze. And the fourth time he finally found what he was looking for. Mentions of sex, rated T. Erik's capture by the human governments leads to an unexpected rebuilding of his and Charles's relationship. Warnings for non explicit torture. Clearing the Air by Misato reviews Dean hasn't even started dealing with interrogating Alastair and everything that came after when Castiel contacts him with what he says is important information.
He winds up learning much more than Castiel had intended. Slash, set a few days after 4. Cleaning Is Messy by bballgirl reviews Castiel wants a relaxing day off, but ends up cleaning instead. Playground by Urban Mystic reviews Gabriel didn't like to play favorites with his customers, but Sam was an exception.
Cravings by bballgirl reviews Sam gets demon blood cravings at the full moon. An Angel's Weakness by bballgirl reviews Castiel has a weakness and Deal likes to exploit it. Severus is not able to walk away when he sees Harry having a nightmare. Will he act according to what his heart says? Rated T because of language Harry Potter - Rated: Manipulation by Liv reviews Written for a prompt on LJ: Raven visits Erik as Charles and tells him to meet "him" in Charles' room for sex. Angels, Demons and Wizards by kirallie reviews AU.
Harry Potter died over yrs ago. Today he is going to drag Dean Winchester out of Hell. Hiccups by The Rabid Toenail reviews Dean is cursed by demonic hiccups—if he hiccups a hundred times, he can kiss his lungs and his life goodbye.
Thankfully, Castiel has a solution. What Was Lost by Renegade Citizen reviews Erik is given a second chance to change his biggest regret and to re-write the future. Anyone else think that you can't get thrown into a wall hit on the head with a skillet, beaten and tortured with an iron poker without consequences? Here's my take on what happened next Supernatural - Rated: Dean is honourably discharge after becoming a POW and being tortured for information, leaving him emotionally destroyed and physically warped.
Charles is exhausted and his head is pounding. He just needs a moment to himself, but it gets harder and harder as the day goes on.
Erik helps him relax. At the DriveIn by sdrawkcabemdaer5 reviews X-Men: The gang take a night off to go to the drive-in. But a shocking phone-call makes Sam and Bobby race to find the severely injured hunter. Can they find Dean in time to save him? Or will they be too late? Sam Supernatural - Rated: Dean can't seem to get over what Sam did to him at Roosevelt, and his inability to forgive places his little brother in jeopardy.
Bring Him Home by bulmablue-eyes reviews When Merlin is forced to leave Camelot after revealing himself as a sorcerer, the devastating effects on Arthur force Uther to realise how wrong he was. Aches and Pains by sdrawkcabemdaer5 reviews X-Men: Constantly using his powers leaves Charles with a debilitating headache. Erik takes care of him. Placing Bets by sdrawkcabemdaer5 reviews X-Men: The kids place bets on how long it will take Erik and Charles to finally kiss, then set about trying to make it happen.
Shaw captures Charles to lure Erik to him, subjecting Charles to his casual brutality in an attempt to convince Erik to switch sides, but it backfires somewhat. Charles is not a morning person. Damned To Be One Of Us by el spirito reviews John leaves a loaded gun within reach of Sam's curious fingers and learns a difficult lesson. Worn Clothes by SpiffyK reviews Castiel's existence is barely acknowledged at his high school.
M - English - Drama - Chapters: A Winchester's Heart by MagicCompassion reviews Even though the life he was raised in and lives out has screwed him to the point of no return, he still manages to love. It's what defines every movement he makes; every word he utters; every breath he takes. A Supernatural Ride by nitefang reviews When the Winchesters meet a young girl with a dark history, a bleak future, and a pair of badass black and red wings, science and the supernatural collide in a flurry of demons, castles, and visions.
Then there was a pillow by zeppx reviews Cas gets fed up with Dean finally. He's terrified of the dentists! A certain angel comes to help, but it turns out to be so much more. And not everything is as it seems. Destiel, 'cuz i will go down with this friggin ship people.
Ridin' Dirty by HigherMagic reviews Castiel goes to Winchester Ranch to buy a horse for his niece's birthday 'cause he's that kind of guy and ends up getting the cowboy instead. Tryin' to get to you by harmonyhelms reviews My own fix-it fic for the season 6 finale. This is my first fic ever so please be gentle and please comment to tell me what you think. This could be taken as slash or just intense friendship Supernatural - Rated: Hurt Dean with a dash of hurt Sam and a lot of maternal Ellen.
I will cover you by downerheart reviews Castiel can't stop saving Dean, even in his dreams. What wings can do by RubinAmigo reviews Sam is hurt, Dean is devastated that he can't help him and Castiel comforts Dean. This leads to an interesting discovery. Actually a lot of wing! Destiel in a way. In Sickness by Ziggymia reviews When Castiel became human, he knew that he had to adjust to many things.
Getting sick was one of the things he wished to avoid. And the consequences that come from it, especially when his friends need him the most. Dream Catcher by MarMoo.
Season finale spoilers galore. Half Off by Mad Server reviews Dean's been snatched and poisoned. Sam finds him before the baddie can do its thing. Feverish angsty slashy delirious comfortiness. Tried and True by kneekole reviews Apparently freckles are kisses from your guardian angels.
Epic by Hatteress reviews Fourth in the Tripping 'Verse. Lisa's always been a fan of epic love stories. Imagine her surprise when she discovers she's living next door to one. I was originally going to make it longer, but it's probably going to end up being a One-Shot.
T just to be safe. That's Just Sammy by Fireglass reviews -Dean realizes that if there's one thing he's ever managed to teach his brother, it's how to save people. Dean catches Sam at a vulnerable moment and reflects on family. Pure brotherly fluff, Dean being Dean and Sammy being Sammy. Falling by Jadeaffection reviews Sam Winchester: Distracted by the thought of Gabriel having a thing for him? But when Harry Potter shows up on his doorstep, can Draco be saved from his memories turned nightmares?
Newest Distraction by kaitouahiru reviews "So did Dean ever tell you about the time he ran into a tree because he was staring at you? Good Night, Sleep Tight by Misato reviews Castiel makes a wrong turn traveling back to the present and meets some old friends. Well, technically some young friends. K - English - Friendship - Chapters: Dean gets Cas a present. Cinderella by malfoysminx reviews Who needs a fairy godmother when you've got polyjuice?
Getting Comfy by RosesandThorns reviews Castiel, it seems, is very shy in his and Dean's relationship, and when Dean finds him sleeping beside him in his full trenchcoat and suit, he tries his best to coax Castiel into something more comfortable. Rated T to be safe. One Saved Message by Mousme reviews Dean decides to surprise his brother with a new phone.
Even better is when he finds that he's been able to save all of Sam's old information and restore it to his cell. That's when he discovers an old voicemail that Sam has kept saved Surprise Wings by Aerilex reviews The angel was acting weird. Dean was getting agitated. And then, there were wings. And Into The Fire by Misato reviews Dean and Castiel may not have been getting along all that well as of late, but when the fighting in Heaven goes bad and Cas asks for help Dean can't say no.
General S6 spoilers, slash. Sleepless by silver lametta reviews Castiel can't sleep; Dean helps him out in a fluffy, non-porny way. Also, beware of fluffiness. If there's one thing Castiel should have learned in all his years it was that peace never lasted. The apocalypse may have been over but life went on — and with it came When Sam gets sick, Gabriel remembers humans are so much more breakable then angels.
Dean is a detective in a small town. When Lucifer escapes prison, his friend Castiel finds himself in terrible danger, and Dean will have to do what he can to protect him from his psychotic brother. Read You Like A Polygraph by thegloryofspring reviews When the Mother of All decides to bind gods and goddesses to her will, she gets more than she bargained for with Kali.
Now that she has the blood of an archangel, she'll be able to stop her children from being slaughtered and dispose of those Winchesters Supernatural - Rated: Positive Reinforcement by thegloryofspring reviews Gabriel returns and is clued on the going's-on since his death. Father Knows Best by thegloryofspring reviews Gabriel returns from beyond the grave, but he has a lesson to learn. Scared Potter by malfoysminx reviews "So, R of R at 8!
Headache by Nothingatall11 reviews There are eleven reasons why Arthur is having a really bad day, and one reason why it ends quite nicely. Dog Nights by LadyZolstice reviews Destiel. Set in the middle of season 6. Castiel arrives late one night in terrible shape. Dean gives him the best help a GED and a lively experience in hunting-related first aid can give. Flutter by OpheliacAngel reviews Set early Season 4. Dean isn't stupid, he knows Sam isn't there for him anymore. As much as he'd like to believe it he's with Ruby now.
But Dean thinks he has no one, and he is dead wrong. Got this idea when I was in my pool freezing my own ass off. I just love it when Dean suffers in one way or another, and I had to write this with a touch of caring!
Set during Season 1. I hope everyone enjoys it. Pansy and Blaise are tired of hearing Draco complain about Harry Potter. Tie him to Harry's bed, of course! Starlight by SoulSearcher95 reviews Draco needs something, Harry can give him just that and then some. Please Read and Review Pitter Patter of Tiny Wing Beats: Growing Up Angel by luckypixi reviews After Michael's message, Sam and Dean vow to look after Castiel and Gabriel, as they both go through a childhood they never had.
Lots of cuteness and humour with the de-aged angels. This is the first fic I've posted! Instead of leaving Gabriel to be killed by Lucifer, Sam returns for him. Panic by Mousme reviews What with detoxes and resoulings, Sam's memories of the panic room can't be good. So it's unfortunate that they are under some supernatural siege at Bobby's and retreating into the panic room and closing the door is the only way to be safe Aftershock by LadyRavena reviews When night falls after the Year has been erased, Jack wanders back to the Tardis and finds that not everyone is as okay as he thought.
Doctor Who - Rated: Black As Night by Misato reviews Dean patches Castiel up after a fight and things get a little out of control. Easter with Pets by Scoobert0 reviews What happens when you put three hunters, three angels and a bunch of angelic familiars in the same house for a holiday? Based off my Angelic Familiar series. Apocalypse Now by whimsycality reviews Crackish AU 7th year fluffy fic.
The war is over and done with, no one that matters died, and everyone's back at Hogwarts. Harry, Draco, and friends discuss what they would do during a zombie apocalypse. Tortured Souls by Scoobert0 reviews Dean is kidnapped and tortured by demons and Sam has to save him. Weak summary, I know. Love is a Battlefield by peroxidepest17 reviews Cas makes new friends and Dean hates them a lot.
And what's a better way for your friends to find out than through a report on it by Rita Skeeter? Implied smut, written two years ago and just now posted up. Balthazar told Dean that Castiel was in love with him, and now it's time for Dean to face the emotions he's kept buried for years.
Entwined by OpheliacAngel reviews Dean and Castiel are forever entwined The Impala Says by mainegirlwrites reviews We all love the car. And things began to pop. Telephone calls from men and women, some calling anonymously, poured in; faceless voices and unsigned letters of concern led police to strange goings-on in their neighborhood or to oddball neighborhood characters who fit the Night Stalker's description.
Not a lead was overlooked. Transients, vagrants and vagabonds were questioned, as were those "oddball neighborhood characters". Terror that had gripped the people of Los Angeles had now, prompted by the police, turned to obstinacy. The populace transformed from a group of frightened individuals into a committee of daring hunters, begging for their chance to catch the night-time ghoul. If he wanted to prey on them, well, they cried, let him prey - because now they were waiting.
The family man and the businessman and the housewife - they had bought guns, and loaded them. Or they had as their weapons shovels, or pickaxes, or kitchen knives, or any one of dozens of homemade utensils pointing their way to a night stalker's heart. Suddenly, the Night Stalker realized that things had changed. He found their lights burning at night, a silhouette in the window. Suddenly he found apartment buildings with hired guards pacing the lobby.
Suddenly he found citizens' committees strolling roundabout and in and out in the alleys, the parks, the streets. Suddenly he found their windows nailed shut, porch lights left on, back yards illumined by safety beams.
Suddenly he found defiance. The civic forces, too, were out in droves. Patrol cars were everywhere, marked and unmarked vehicles. Townsfolk volunteers had been deputized, as well, to drive in the dark, licensed to throw their search beams at anything that moved or crept or crawled - and if it resembled the Night Stalker, to step on it.
The devil, the ghost, the ghoul, the phantom, the stalker. It was time for him to leave Los Angeles. As the sun descended over San Francisco on the evening of August 17, , a beat-up brownish-red Pontiac Grand Prix pulled off Highway 80 and began to cruise the adjacent suburbs that bordered it.
Within the next couple of hours, the car found its way into the upper-scale neighborhood of Lake Merced. It was well after dark, the time of evil. Parking his car in the darkest spot he could find, the Night Stalker emerged and, checking for the. Tall, gaunt, dark, ugly year-old Richard Ramirez paused.
He turned to look back at the Pontiac he had been driving these last few weeks. He ruminated a moment, and decided after tonight he'd better play it safe and ditch this auto. It was time to steal another one, perhaps before the sun rose.
But - first things first - he drew the revolver - so tight, so hard, so metallic in the moonlight - and strolled nonchalantly to the unlit gangway beside the home of elderly Chinese couple, Mr. Houses like these were so easy to penetrate, Ramirez knew Of course, Satan was guiding his every move, he knew that!
Why fret about getting caught? All these homes, all these homes, and yet not once had the resident heard him entering. The devil silenced their ears while they slept. And he, Richard Ramirez, then took it a step further: He silenced them, forever. More blood to feed Hell, to keep its furnaces burning. Inside the house, Ramirez looked at his watch: A good time to kill. He checked his weapon once more - yes, cylinder loaded. These homes were all laid out pretty much the same; he knew where the bedrooms were by instinct.
Without pause, he walked to where the couple slept, found them snoring, and pulled the trigger. He loved the way their bodies jerked upon impact.
But, there was no time to admire his latest artwork; there was much more work to do here before he left. Time now for a little home decorating - so that the police would know that the Night Stalker was far, far from trapped.
When the Pans' son visited his parents the next morning, he walked into the aftermath of doomsday. His father was dead in bed, his mother next to him, seriously injured. The walls of the home were etched with lipstick diagrams of devil worship, cursing and alien messages such as "Jack the Knife. A side window had been pried open and dirty footprints, bearing a Reebok design, trailed hastily from the windowsill across the carpet, in and out of the parents' bedroom.
Alberta Pan survived, but remained an invalid; her husband Peter was pronounced dead at General Hospital. Certainly, the modus operandi bore his logo: Bullets retrieved from the victims, when matched with those in the possession of the Los Angeles task force, confirmed it. So did the shoe prints. Comparing notes with Detective Salerno, San Francisco homicide detective Frank Kowalski also learned that a brown Pontiac, which had been reported prowling the streets of Lake Merced the night of the Pan killing, matched the description of an auto seen in the vicinity of the most recent murders in the LA area.
Undoubtedly, the same car, the same maniac. Authorities began wondering if the same man who perhaps traveled between LA and San Francisco might have committed four other recent unsolved homicides in San Francisco. In retrospect, they now seemed to have been. They were stabbed dozens of times," reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Bloody fingerprints, palm prints and shoe prints were left behind, although Detective Kowalski said most of the prints turned out to be those of neighbors.
Wildgans, 29, who was shot June 2 through the right temple by a late-night intruder. He died two days later. His girlfriend fought off the attacker but was raped. After interviewing the girlfriend, Nancy Brien, her description of her tormentor coincided with the image of the Night Stalker. Without delay, law enforcers in the City by the Bay disseminated wanted posters and leaflets. Patrols were doubled at night, particularly in Hispanic neighborhoods where one of that nationality might easily blend in.
According to the Los Angeles Times, investigators quickly learned that a male resembling the Night Stalker had stayed at the Bristol, a transient hotel at 56 Mason Street, during the week of the Pan murder. Manager Alex Melnikov remembered the lodger as dressing in all black and reeking of body odor.
The stranger had signed out the afternoon of the said crime. Melnikov, said the paper, "had found an inverted five-pointed star, known as a pentagram, inscribed on the door of a room adjacent to one occupied by the boarder A similar star was found in the Pans' home.
Richard Ramirez had abandoned the Pontiac; and he had abandoned San Francisco. He chuckled, huddled behind the wheel of a stolen orange Toyota, thinking about why he had to make a quick departure: How that mayor of San Francisco - what's her name? Dianne Feinstein - mouthed off to those news station people about the police feeling like they were closing in on the Night Stalker; then how that county sheriff had a fit because she had screwed up the whole dragnet! Now, turning the Toyota's grille off the Golden State Freeway towards the entrance to the community known as Mission Viejo, he determined to show them locos just who is the smartest one!
The devil protected him! But, they had no one! Tonight, someone would die - not in San Francisco as the police suspected - but here in this rich-boy community so near to Los Angeles! Parking his car in shadow, Ramirez entered their fine stucco home and sought out the bedroom to see who slept there. He smiled when he saw the couple sound asleep. Both looked young, in their late twenties, and the beautiful Renata tingled his senses. Beauty for the sacrificial altar!
Out came his revolver, the. Carns twitched, and gagged. Renata awoke to the dark, skinny, grinning Ramirez who leaned over her, panting, calling her bitch, shaking her and laughing in her face.
His breath stank, his teeth - she could see them in the umbrage-were crooked and stained. Forcing her from her bed, he threw himself over her and raped her. Snarling in her face, he promised to shoot her unless she "Swear to Satan". Begging for her life, she did as he asked. But, before he released her from his grasp, he thrust her head to where he unzipped his trousers. Having performed, he left her alive, but in pain and nauseated.
A middle-aged woman named Donna Myers and her friend, Serafin Arredondo, who lived in the El Sobrante district of San Francisco had come forth in the meantime with a fascinating tale. Myers, who let out her home occasionally as a boarding house, had from time to time rented a room to a man she knew only as "Ricky". She told police he was tall, gaunt, Hispanic and, in a word, strange.
What's more, he closely resembled the police sketch of the Night Stalker that appeared in the Chronicle. To her he often addressed his interest in the black arts.
She related that one day, during a recent stay, she happened to come into her TV room when Ricky was viewing a news report about a Night Stalker victim. He seemed greatly interested in the program. Noticing her behind him, Ricky suddenly turned to her from his chair, grinned with a mouthful of crooked teeth, and whispered, "Now wouldn't you be surprised if I turned out to be the Stalker?
The memory chilled her. Arredondo, a friend of the Myers family who often visited the woman, displayed some men's jewelry - a diamond ring and cufflinks -- he had bought from this Ricky one afternoon not long ago. Ricky had claimed he was strapped for cash and was selling these items at a discount; he gave Arredondo a good deal.
Since then, the buyer had read that the Night Stalker was known for robbing his victims as well as slaying them, and wondered if The police nodded; they understood completely. Taking the goods that Arredondo offered, they in turn handed them over to the investigative team for possible identification. That evening, the ring and links were labeled as stolen property that once belonged to one of the killer's male victims.
Never knowing when this Ricky might turn up at Myers' doorstep, plainclothesmen began surveillance on her home night and day.
A rhythm of lucky breaks was in full tempo. While this was occurring in the Bay area, eyewitnesses in the Mission Viejo neighborhood near LA had reported seeing an orange, older make of Toyota prowling their streets immediately prior to the attack on Carns and Gunther. On April 27, the book Night Stalker tells us, "the orange Toyota station wagon was found in a parking lot in the Rampart area of Los Angeles. Detectives watched the car for almost twenty-four hours before deciding it had indeed been abandoned and the Stalker was not going to return for it.
But, the discovery of the auto would prove fruitful. Dusting the car for fingerprints, city investigators delivered the prints to the Orange County Sheriff's Office whose forensic laboratory was testing a brand new Department of Justice-created system for tracking prints in record time. Lauded the Los Angeles Times, " The system picked Ramirez's fingerprints out of , other sets, only three minutes after the system was fed a partial print lifted from the Toyota The need to capture the Night Stalker was so urgent that the installation of the new 'Cal-ID' computer system, which is still in progress, was interrupted so the system could be reprogrammed to search for the Night Stalker's prints.
The police had a name. Now they needed to research the suspect, to find out more about him. And, most importantly, they needed to find him before he slew again. His childhood was one of poverty and of hanging with youth gangs.
Parents Julian an illegal alien who worked in the rail yard and Mercedes had, in all, seven children; Ricardo - who later Americanized the name to Richard - was the youngest. Roman Catholics, Mercedes tried as best she could to lead her familia onto a straight and God-like path. She succeeded with six of her brood. But, Ricardo went astray. Grade school teachers claimed he could have been a good pupil, had he proffered a little interest. He failed ninth grade twice, spending more time in the video arcades than at school.
At an early age, he took to breaking into homes. Police caught him in the act of burglary several times, each time being shipped off to a work program - until the oft-time loser was sentenced in his youth to a disciplinarian hall.
He had but three interests in junior high - and cared about little else - martial arts, marijuana and heavy metal. Another interest grew from, say boyhood friends, the sort of music he listened to - that which glorified cultist practices. He seemed preoccupied with Satanism and stories about black magic, demons and dragons.
While his mother sent him to Bible studies, hoping he'd learn the Christian ways of life, Richard took the lessons to heart - but learned them in reverse. That is, after class he would go to the library and read up on Satan and the fallen angels, the characters that his teachers merely skipped over while exemplifying Jesus Christ and the twelve apostles. Richard, in his teens, had been suspected of thievery, but the police could not prove their accusations.
His first formal arrest as an adult was for possession of marijuana. Slapped with a small fine, he was then hit with another when pinched months later for the same offense. On his third arrest -- for reckless driving a friend's car - he avoided prison by agreeing to do neighborhood youth work while on three years' probation.
Between the time he departed his native Texas and the time he took up killing innocent people, Richard Ramirez encountered minor run-ins with the law.
In , he was taken into custody and photographed while suspected of driving a stolen car, a charge that came to nothing. No matter how evil, no matter how hideous, all things can be destroyed. Caliban shrinks from his own reflection; Prometheus scalds from the fire he created; warlocks recoil from the Druid stone; werewolves perish with a silver bullet; and vampires whither under sunlight.
Richard Ramirez, closest to the latter, should have known better than to step out from under the blood-moon into the broad daylight. He was a creature of the night. But, the shadows would no longer hide him. On the bright morning of Saturday, August 31, , Ramirez stepped from a Greyhound bus that had just pulled into the Los Angeles depot from Phoenix, Arizona. He had gone there immediately following the Carns killing to buy cocaine from a seller he knew there.
Still somewhat depleted from its effects, he returned to LA, the scene of his crimes - probably already scheming his next foray into depravity. He did not know that the police in the meantime had learned his identity nor that his face and name appeared for the first time in print in that morning's newspapers across the nation.
He strutted past the depot's newsstand, oblivious to his own black and white visage scowling into the world, and grabbed a rapid transit to the East Side barrio.
Saturday when he entered a small liquor store at S. Towne Avenue and picked up a newspaper that had his picture on the first page," the Los Angeles Times relates. According to the store clerk, Ramirez, who was waiting for the cashier to ring up his purchase of whisky, panicked when he realized what he was looking at. He threw the paper down and hotfooted from the store.
Citizens in the market had already recognized him and pursued him. They yelled out, "Stop, killer! Weaving through the Spanish-speaking neighborhood that he knew so well, but which had suddenly turned so foreboding, he made his way circuitously corner after corner to the block of Mott Street.
It was the beginning of the Labor Day weekend and residents were out this sunny morning; streets and porches brimmed with early risers, with strollers and shoppers on their way to shopping, and dog-walkers being yanked by their pets to the nearest fire hydrant. All their heads turned in his direction; there seemed to be a neon sign above him, directing their attention to the gaunt, ugly, pock-marked face they had just seen over their cup of java at the breakfast table.
And they cried again, "El matador! It's him, the killing one! When other residents phoned in a few moments later, claiming to have seen the fugitive a few blocks away, at Euclid and Garnet, seven squads were dispatched to the scene. Street after street, the squads fanned out, following residents' leads along a zigzag course.
One, maybe even two or three people might be wrong, the police ascertained, but not an entire neighborhood. The cops knew they had their man, and, he was turned in by his own people. It was Ramirez's turn to live a nightmare. About him, the brownstone and slat board walls of the barrio were closing in, so tight that the lack of space squeezed his chest to take his breath away.
Under the dirty Jack Daniel's logo he wore on his chest, his heart hammered his bones, and it ached like the devil that had deserted him. No escape from the world now, no escape from this bad dream. He had manufactured this mania, after all, in the night, and in the day it came back to, at last, haunt the hell out of him. Pointing fingers and jeers and twisted faces and taunts and open palms blocked his every move; detours led to other detours; the place he had for so long used to blend in had broken lose, overused and indignant.
He had shamed his own people and they were hurling him through a gamut. Police sirens screamed from everywhere, and Richard Ramirez began to sob. His world came tumbling down, blurred in tears and perspiration. He paused briefly at one woman's screen door. She saw the mob of neighbors assembling below her stoop, pointing at the hombre estupido. Another hero was Faustino Pinon, 56, next-door neighbor of the Burgoins, who had fought off Ramirez when he tried to steal his daughter's car.
By the time the first squad arrived screeching onto the scene, the Burgoin boys had the Night Stalker pinned to the curb; what fight remained in him was subdued with both boy's fists and the steel whip; he was bleeding from the whelps.
The man who had killed, maimed and raped without mercy whimpered now, and trembled now, like a scared puppy, dazed by the detonation of events. Wasn't it only a few moments earlier he had stepped off the Greyhound, independent and carefree?
Cuffed and shoved into the backseat of the squad car, the Night Stalker, brushing filthy tears from his cheek, made a strange request of the arresting deputy. The nation, in particular the prosecuting District Attorney's office, expected Senor Night Stalker's case to be open and shut, adios, and go to the death chamber quick.
After all, the evidence was there and more details were zipping in as collected by the prosecution team's crack head-hunter units. Little did anyone expect after the Night Stalker's dramatic arrest that his trial was not to commence for nearly two-and-a-half years. Legal manipulations and manoeuvrings would play the largest part in postponing justice. Other factors would be interference from outside sources, such as Ramirez's El Paso family, from hard-headed personal antagonism rampant amongst defense lawyers, and from Ramirez's own behavior and inability to cope with the reality of the judicial system.
The defense would chase every loophole. Bias would be shouted, as well as prejudice, and the defense would parade them before a national grandstand, annoying press and public that knew better than to fall for the delays. Philip Halpin to prosecute the case within hours of Ramirez's arrest. He could face the death penalty. Simultaneously, San Francisco authorities charged Ramirez with the deaths of Mr.
Of the other Los Angeles-area crimes of which he was alleged to have committed, DA Reiner told Times reporters, "Understand that the suspect was arrested just over the weekend. There is a mountain of evidence that has to be collated, has to be analyzed, has to be investigated; there is scientific investigation that is still going on. Within the next couple of weeks, I expect it will all be pulled together and decisions will be made as to which cases will be filed.
As Reiner predicted, during the following month Ramirez garnered 14 allegations of murder, which were accompanied by numerous allegations of attempted murder, robbery, burglary and sexual assault of varying degrees.
Additional allegations were filed against Ramirez for crimes that he had not been previously suspected of, but which were recently traced to him: Again, the prosecution expected a lead pipe cinch, but their strategy to move the process along on an even keel was constantly interrupted by professional and not-so-professional shenanigans.
What occurred was what Linedecker calls, "a legal circus To begin, there was the series of pyrotechnical relationships between Ramirez's defense lawyers, and between the lawyers and the Ramirez family.
Municipal Judge Elva Soper had designated public defender Allen Adashek counsel for the defense, but this move was contrary to the Ramirezes of El Paso who wanted their son and brother to be defended by another attorney, one Manuel Barraza. Adashek claimed he had been appointed chief defense and refused to relinquish the position. After haggling caused delays, Barraza finally backed off, announcing he was not prepared to stay with a trial that he expected to last years.
With that matter settled, Ramirez began balking that he did not like Adashek and refused to accept him as his lawyer. It seems to have been a clash of personalities: Adashek was a no-nonsense type who refused to put up with his client's mood swings and bad-boy behavior in court.
At his arraignments, Ramirez threatened the judge, fingered the prosecution, and proved to be an unruly, unacceptable, socially harmful defendant, drawing pentagrams on the palms of his hands and flashing these Satanic symbols into the faces of the media there to cover the proceedings.
In an effort to keep things rolling and to grant the defendant all the liberties allowed a man on trial - especially a minority -- Judge Soper in October hesitantly accepted Ramirez's request for termination of Adashek and welcomed into court a new counselor hired by Rosa Flores, Ramirez's sister.
This latest was a man named Joseph Gallego, a year-old Californian with two decades of legal experience - but, the court discovered, with a very minor police record years earlier. By all indication, he was a talented man who sincerely, personally believed in his client and, very importantly, understood the Latino culture.
If given a chance, he probably would have proven quite capable. If given a chance. Lost time -- again. In the interim, the defendant still had not answered the court's charges on the alleged felonies, a process that should have occurred immediately after the venue of charges was announced in early September.
Months passed and the prosecution was forced to play hold-your-breath until the process could resume. Flores' new choice of counsel to defend her brother was the team of Daniel and Arturo Hernandez, unrelated despite the matching surnames. Both lawyers had seen little experience in murder trials and certainly had not the grit comparable to upholding the weighty responsibility requested of them by the Ramirez family.
Judge Soper herself mediated the court's concern and openly announced her reticence; she clearly pointed out the dangers of procuring inexperienced lawyers to the Ramirez family, but they wouldn't budge. One of their first moves was to try to postpone the preliminary hearing from December, , to April; , vying for six months to adequately prepare their initial defense. The court felt that their request was exaggerated, but not inflexible, postponed the hearing to February 24, after the new year.
The prosecution, who felt they had an airtight case and had been raring to go for some time, grumbled. Expressing their disappointment, however, they politely conceded.
In the meantime, the press had noticed the shifting of lawyers, the postponements and, what it considered, the weakness of the court to bend to the new defense counsel's every time-wasting whim.
The year had come and gone and taxpayers were paying for the Night Stalker's bread and board. When Judge Candace Cooper, who would preside over the preliminary hearing, issued a gag order on the hearings, which barred the media from the courtroom, hell broke asunder and the journalism turned blue with curses.
The syndicated press appealed the ruling with fervor. As time neared, however, the responsibility of the preliminaries was shifted from Cooper's court to that of jurist James T.
Nelson, who, considering the factors, amended all previous decisions and decided to allow the reporters into the courtroom. The media applauded Nelson's recognition of their rights while the Hernandez's, who claimed that their client would be hung by a pack of bloodthirsty newshounds, yelped - but to no avail.
Finally -- the preliminary hearing opened in February, The purpose of this hearing was to identify which of the many allegations presented against Ramirez should actually come to trial - or, to quote author Linedecker, those charges where "sufficient evidence of crimes had been presented to establish a prima facie case". Of the plus witnesses who testified during the three-week hearing, they included Jack Vincow, who found his mother's corpse after her brutal slaying in June of ; Joseph Duenas, an eyewitness to the Tsai-Lian Yu attack in March, ; Maria Hernandez, roommate of the murdered Dayle Okazaki that same night; Ruth Wilson, who was raped on May 30; Renata Gunther, rape victim of August 25; and Esparanza Gonzales, whose boyfriend had unwittingly purchased one of the murder weapons from Ramirez.
Throughout, the defense and prosecuting lawyers often became inveigled in vocal squabbles apart from the formal proceedings; the defense accused the court of bias and the prosecution claimed outwardly that the defense's demeanor in court was anything but respectful to the bench. The defendant himself was totally void of comportment. Judge Nelson repeatedly was forced to warn him to subdue his erratic behavior, his incessant displays of contempt towards opposing counsel and witnesses.
Hernandez, the court noted, were not supportive of the court, for they often joked and jibed along with Ramirez at the counsel table. Sometimes, Ramirez sneered openly at the prosecution. Studying photographs of crime scenes he smirked The suspect seemed to enjoy staring down witnesses at the podium in an effort to fluster them, for he realized the power of fear in his Rasputin dark eyes.
At one point, the wearied judge, who had had enough of mind games, warned him to stop -stop now! Ramirez tested the warning and once again set his black pupils on the next witness to take the stand. The judge nodded to the bailiff, and the bailiff physically yanked the defendant's head in the other direction. Ramirez grunted and, leaping to his feet, attacked the bailiff.
Within seconds, he was overcome by courtroom guards who dragged him from the chambers back to his holding cell. The press loved the confrontation - finally a little justice was exhibited - and they made the most of it. The preliminary session ended on May 7. Ramirez would be tried on a total of 41 specific criminal charges - 14 for murder, five for attempted murder, 15 for burglary, four for rape, three for forced oral copulation, and four for sodomy.
Ramirez pleaded not guilty to all charges. Trial was set for September 2, But - again, the defense sought postponement - and the trial was pushed back to December 2. More delays were forthcoming. Suffering a workload and backup of cases by this time, the original trial judge relinquished the case to conservative Superior Court Judge Michael Tynan.
This move, though necessary, provoked more delays. And, when the Hernandez's suddenly sparked an argument out of the clear blue to have the trial removed from the Los Angeles area - where they said their client would not get a fair hearing - another postponement loomed.
Eventually shot down, the Hernandez-initiated filing nevertheless wasted many months. And the beat went on. For the first time, the lawyers from both sides of the table agreed on something: A pool of 3, prospective jurors was dwindled to half that number, they were then carefully interviewed by both counsels.
Cut by cut, slice by slice, twelve of whom both factions approved were at last chosen. Six of the jurors were Latino. It had been an enormous, monumental, historical example of the American right to fair trial at work. The trial of Richard Ramirez began on January 29, , the Night Stalker's terror almost a dim memory to the American public -- except for those who lived it.
They would always remember. And they were hungry for justice. Judge Tynan's courtroom hummed with excitement the day the trial opened in late January. Estimated length of the trial, claimed reporters, was four to six months.
Television cameras, allowed to shoot portions of the trial, remained unobtrusively behind the reporters scratching their observations in steno pads; on the public benches lawmen who had taken part in the capture of Ramirez, including Detective Frank Salerno, sat intermingled with random spectators lucky enough to have obtained a seat. Defendant Richard Ramirez sat calmly at the counsel's table; his lawyer had dressed him in a conservative suit and had seen that his stringy hair was styled; sunglasses covered his menacing gaze.
A gavel announced the commencement of the proceedings and, as the bailiff called for quiet, only the whir of the ceiling fan could be heard. Then Prosecutor Philip Halpin spoke. He addressed the jury, reminding them that they were there to try a vicious monster who had no regard for human life or decency, a ghoul who had torture-killed many and had left many alive to face days of pain and deformity.
He reminded them that this monster worshiped the devil and fed to him innocent people as sacrificial lambs, their own beds being the chosen bloody altars. There was no doubt, he said, that Ramirez was guilty. Four different small-caliber handguns that belonged to him were traced down as far away as Texas; ballistic tests already proved they killed the victims. Jewelry belonging to several other victims was located at his sister's home in El Paso where the woman unwittingly accepted them as gifts.
Then there were Ramirez's finger and shoe prints found at the crime scenes. And then, of course, there were witnesses - many of them -- ready to come forward to identify Ramirez as their rapist, their assailant, and the killer of their husbands and boyfriends. We are asking for the death penalty. Defense lawyer Daniel Hernandez waived his opening remarks until the prosecution fully concluded its forum later in the trial.
Halpin had made such a dent that it was obvious that, at this point, there wasn't much one could say in rebuttal. In fact, as the trial progressed, Hernandez's weak start became weaker; not only because the prosecution's evidence was so strong, but because his partner Arturo suspiciously proved to be a no-show.
Going it alone against a Goliath, Daniel Hernandez was overwhelmed and exhausted. A month into the trial, Hernandez announced he required medical leave. In view of all the costly delays that had already occurred, Judge Tynan refused to grant a suspension, but commandeered help for Hernandez.
He replaced the invisible Arturo with criminal lawyer Ray Clark, an attorney of merit. Clark virtually took over the case of the defense with alacrity. He was a well-meaning and clever lawyer who reshaped the defense's platform by trying to show that Ramirez in many instances was a victim of mistaken identity.
But, it was all too late for that, and to no avail. Of the witnesses who addressed the court, most of them brought damaging testimony against the defendant. Witness after witness for the prosecution had sworn under oath, identifying Ramirez; they remembered his exact words, his cursing to the devil, and they were simply unable to forget those pair of dark eyes that, despite the masquerade of sunglasses, were Richard Ramirez's.
The shades, for that matter, concealed absolutely nothing, especially the negatively kinetic Thing that dwelt beneath them. As during his preliminary hearing, Ramirez remained his uncontrollable self throughout the court, defying the judge's orders to keep quiet, muttering under his breath at witnesses and bursting into idiotic laughter during damaging testimony.
On other occasions, as he sat listening to the prosecution condemn him for his crimes, he placed two upturned fingers on either side of his temples to indicate horns and intoned: Delays, a trademark of the Ramirez case, occurred even during jury deliberation.
One juror was fired for sleeping and replaced with an alternative. Frighteningly, another was murdered by a jealous boyfriend. She, too, was replaced. But, both these occurrences drew time. Months crawled while the nation awaited a verdict.
On September 20, , Richard Ramirez was brought from his cell to hear what the jury members ultimately decided: Guilty on all counts. When Judge Tynan asked the prisoner if he had anything to say on his own behalf, Ramirez, in true Night Stalker mien, cursed the court, cursed the jurors, cursed the world.
I am beyond your experience, I am beyond good and evil But, the nation cared not what he had to say. All it cared was that he was not beyond the gas chamber.
In the end, that's all that mattered most. But, there was one more side to consider, that of the victims who lived, and the victims' families. Asked what he thought of his mother's killer's death sentence, Nelson replied, "It doesn't bring my mom back, but he can no longer threaten anybody. I still see what my mom looked like as a result of what he did, and that's something I'm going to have to deal with over the remainder of my life.
In , the thenyear-old case against Ramirez for the killing of Mr. Pan in Lake Merced, Orange County, was put on indefinite hold pending further investigation. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, "The delay in the San Francisco case was sought while appeals of his previous murder conviction are heard Los Angeles prosecutors have opposed a San Francisco murder trial, fearing it would undermine the earlier convictions and death sentence. A Study in the Psychology of Violence.
It all began the early morning of June 28, , in the small suburban community of Glassel Park. It wasn't designed to be what it became: It was a burglary, but the burglar, strung out on cocaine and secure in the belief that Satan would protect him, was a time bomb ready to explode. He parked his car down the street and walked to the two-story apartment building.
For no particular reason, he selected the home of seventy-nine-year-old Jennie Vincow. It was such a warm night that she had the window of her first floor apartment open. The gloved hands carefully removed the screen and opened the window wider.
Quiet as a cat, he got into the apartment and moved toward the bedroom. Soundlessly, he looked through the drawers, but found nothing that he could turn into cash for drugs or sex. He was furious that the old woman had nothing of value for him to steal. He would take something anyway, something very precious to Jennie -- her life. The thought of it excited him, so he took out his hunting knife and plunged it into the breast of the sleeping woman. She screamed and tried to fight him off, but he kept stabbing her.
Finally, with one hand over her mouth, he slit her throat from ear to ear, nearly decapitating her. He was so energized by the thrill that he stabbed her three more times in the chest. The next afternoon, Jennie Vincow's son went to take her a treat and found her horribly murdered. The only clues they had to go on were four reasonably good fingerprints to match against any suspect they found. Manual comparison of fingerprints with the millions of prints already on file at LAPD would have taken years to complete.
Like many homicides, there was a flurry of activity as potential suspects were interviewed and eliminated one by one. Eventually, the activity on the case slowed to a crawl. A number of months later, the Night Stalker came back to life on the evening of March 17, Maria Hernandez, a pretty dark-haired woman, drove her car into the parking garage of her new Rosemead condominium.
She shared the condo with another very attractive woman, thirty-five-year-old Dayle Okazaki, a traffic supervisor for L. She pushed the button to shut the garage door and located her building key. The lights in the garage stayed on only for a short time after the garage door button was pushed.
Suddenly she was looking at the barrel of a. She screamed and begged him not to shoot her, but he kept walking toward her. The garage lights automatically went out as they were programmed to do, leaving Maria alone with a gun pointed at her head. She reflexively raised her hand to protect her face.
The gun fired and she fell down, but luck was with her and the keys in her hand deflected the bullet. She played dead while he took her keys and entered her condominium. Dayle, hearing the shot and someone coming into the apartment ducked down beneath the kitchen counter and waited. A few minutes later, she peeked and he shot her right in the forehead. Maria saw him, all dressed in black, escaping down the front walkway. He happened to see her and pointed the gun at her again.
She begged him not to shoot her again and she was lucky a second time. He ran back to his stolen car and left her alive. Maria ran back in her house and tried to revive her roommate Dayle. Then she called and two L. County sheriff's deputies came her house, confirming that Dayle was dead. The murder of Dayle Okazaki was not enough for one night. He drove over to Monterey Park and sighted a pretty young woman of Chinese descent. Veronica Yu noticed that a man in a Toyota was following her.
She pulled her car over and stopped so that she could get a better look at him. He passed her by, but then she began to follow him. He stopped the car and walked over to hers, unaware that Jorge Gallegos and his girlfriend Edith Alcaaz were watching from their vehicle down the street.
She demanded to know why he was following her and threatened to call the police with his license plate number. He grabbed her by the shoulders and tried to pull her out of the window of the car. Failing that, he got into the car with her, pulled out his revolver and shot her in the side. She scrambled out the other door and fell on the street, crying for help.
He got back into his car and sped off, leaving her to die. Jorge and Edith ran to Veronica Yu. Edith's cousin phoned the Monterey Police Department. When the paramedics came they tried to resuscitate her, but with no luck. Veronica died on the way to the hospital.
Initially, police did not connect these two St. Patrick's Day murders to each other or to the murder of Jennie Vincow months earlier.
The murders occurred in three different jurisdictions. Criminals, especially burglars, were well aware of the lack of communication and cooperation among the law enforcement agencies in the Greater Los Angeles area and used that fact to their advantage. Carrillo was no ordinary cop. First, he was a giant of a man, six feet four inches tall, weighing in at pounds. Secondly, he was a very personable man, but extremely tough and experienced. He was a Medal of Valor and Bronze Star veteran of Vietnam and had worked on more than murder cases.
Carrillo knew from his studies with the FBI's Behavior Sciences group at Quantico, VA, that some killers got their sexual kicks from the murdering of a person. Carrillo was beginning to think that these two cases were linked by the "man in black. Immediately, Carrillo sought the advice of their serial killer expert, Sgt. Frank Salerno who had headed up the task force to bring in the Hillside Strangler. Also a big man, six foot two inches tall and pounds, he kept himself at perfect shape by swimming in his pool everyday.
He was also a gun aficionado and a crack shot. Carrillo collected all of the evidence and eyewitness reports that they had and took the information to Frank. Importantly, several people had seen the killer, including Maria. Salerno told Carrillo to start looking at the crime reports and released sex criminals. In all likelihood, the man had killed before and just not been tied to the earlier crimes. The Night Stalker took an eight-day vacation before he began the hunt again.
This time in the early morning of March 26, he visited the well-to-do community of Whittier. At two in the morning he silently pulled up to the home of Vincent and Maxine Zazzara in his stolen Toyota.
From the outside of the house, he could see the middle-aged Zazzara sleeping on the couch in front of the television. Through another window, he saw Maxine asleep on her bed. He tried to get the screen off, but everything was locked up.
Eventually, he hoisted himself up to the laundry room window and pried open the window. Once inside, he went straight to the den and shot Zazzara in the head with his. Vincent tried to get up, but the.
Then he went right to the bedroom. The shot had awakened Maxine, but by the time she could collect her thoughts, he had tied her hands together with a necktie. While he was ransacking the bedroom, she did something very bold. Knowing that there was a shotgun that her husband kept under the bed, she quietly and quickly rolled off the bed and grabbed the shotgun.
By the time he saw her, he was looking down the barrel of a shotgun. He reached for the gun in his pants and she immediately pulled the trigger. No big boom, just a little click. Vincent had taken all the ammunition out when the grandkids had come over for the weekend. He shot her three times with the. Then he beat her and kicked her, but it wasn't enough to vent his fury.
He raced into the kitchen, brought back a carving knife with a inch blade, and tried to cut out her heart. He couldn't cut through her rib cage so he cut out her eyes and put them in a jewelry box. He pulled up her nightgown with the idea of sexually assaulting her, but he was too keyed up by the episode with the shotgun.
Finally he stabbed her stomach, throat and pubic area. He took everything he could fence and left by the front door, his clothes drenched in Maxine's blood. When friends found the Zazzaras later that day, the sheriff's homicide detectives were brought in. They found the killer's shoeprint on the patio and on the large can he used to climb into the laundry room.
The same shoeprints were in the flower bed just under the window the killer had entered. The shoeprints matched one discovered in the attempted abduction of a young L.
When Carrillo heard of the Zazzara murders, he had a hunch it was the same man, but his colleagues laughed at his suggestion. It was early morning when he parked his car on Trumblower Avenue. He noticed a woman drive by and look at him.
Her name was Launie Dempster and she delivered the Herald Examiner. During the day, she worked as a security guard at a college in Whittier. The killer selected the home of William and Lillian Doi, a retired couple of Japanese descent. Lillian was wheelchair bound, having suffered a crippling stroke a couple of years earlier. He went around the back of the house and found an open window. He cut the screen and opened the window wide enough to crawl in. First he went into Bill's bedroom.
Bill heard him and grabbed one of the handguns he kept around the house for security reasons. The killer was too fast for him. Then he beat Bill into unconsciousness. By this time, Lillian was awake and thoroughly terrified. The killer went over to her bed, slapped her and warned her not to make any noise. Bill regained consciousness briefly, so the killer went back in the room and beat him once again until he passed out. So excited by the violence, he went back into Lillian's bedroom and raped the fifty-six-year-old invalid woman.
After the intruder left, Bill briefly regained consciousness, dragged himself into Lillian's room and summoned up enough strength to call the police. First came the fire department and then the Monterey Park police.
William Doi was pronounced dead at 5: A short time later, Detective Paul Torres found the footprints from a pair of Avia brand shoes on the rear patio and on the screen that the killer had removed. They made a plaster cast of the shoeprints. When Carrillo went over to talk to Torres, he was not welcomed, since it was not his jurisdiction. Consequently, Carrillo did not hear about the Avia footprints that would have matched the footprints from the Zazzara murders and the attempted abduction of the girl from L.
Jurisdictional problems and jealousies have marred the relationships between the Los Angeles area law enforcement agencies for decades. Sometimes, this lack of communication and cooperation merely slows down the capture of criminals such as in the Charles Manson case, but in the Night Stalker case, lives may have been lost as a consequence. Randomly, he selected the house of eighty-one-year-old Mabel Bell, who lived with her invalid sister Nettie Lang. Crime was not something she worried much about, so she habitually left her doors unlocked.
The killer went in the front door very quietly. He found a hammer in the kitchen and sunk it repeatedly into Nettie's head. Then he did the same to Mabel until her head was a bloody mess and brain matter scattered all about the room. He took the cord from her nightstand clock, exposed the wire and used it to send electric currents into the body of the beaten woman.
With her red lipstick, he drew one pentagram on her thigh and one on the wall above her head. He went back into Nettie's bedroom, all fired up from what he had done, ripped off the nightgown of the elderly woman and raped her. He decorated Nettie's room with another pentagram, grabbed a softdrink and banana in the kitchen and left. Before the two women were discovered, he was at it again.
The thrill and sexual high of what he did to Mabel and Nettie was so great that he needed to repeat it again immediately. Burbank was the location he decided upon for this particular hunt. The house he selected was locked up tight, so he reached through the dog door and was able to reach up and unlock the back door. He saw the sleeping woman and shined a flashlight in her eyes. Don't scream or I'll kill you.
He made her lead him to the boy's bedroom door and then lie down on the floor. He astonished her and her son when he opened the boy's door, turned on the light and jumped on the sleeping boy, putting a gun to his head. Carol ran into the room and put herself between the killer and her son. Take whatever you want, just don't hurt him, please! He took the two of them and closed them in the hall closet.
Just as he shut the door, he opened it again and said, "You don't have any guns in here, do you? She told him that she didn't own any guns, but he went frantically searching the house just in case.
Then he demanded her jewelry. She promised to give it to him as long as he didn't hurt her children. He uncuffed the two of them, and then cuffed the son's hands behind him and shut him back up in the closet.
He tied her hands together with pantyhose and threw her on the bed. He sodomized her several times roughly. The more she hurt, the more he was turned on by it. She described his eyes as absolutely demonic, so she was careful not to do anything to resist him or make him angry.
He was like a bomb ready to explode. After this assault, he went to get a softdrink from the kitchen and told her that she wasn't bad sexually, considering her age forty-two. I've killed a lot of people you know. Finally, he gave her a nightgown to cover herself and brought her son in the room where he cuffed them both to the bed.
The key to the cuffs he left on the mantel so that when her daughter came home, she could free them. I know where you live, remember. When they were finally rescued, nobody at the Burbank police department linked the assault on Carol Kyle to the other attacks and consequently, Carrillo at the sheriff's homicide unit was not called.
The next day, Carol worked with an artist to capture his features, but the composite was not a successful rendering of the man who attacked her. A few days later, the handyman found Nettie and Mabel. Remarkably, the two were still alive, but just barely. They had multiple skull fractures, exposed brain matter and tears around the vagina. Both elderly women were comatose. Monrovia police called in the sheriff's homicide detectives to help.
There was a great deal of evidence for them to collect. After raping, torturing and beating the old women almost to death, the killer made himself right at home. They found two half-eaten bananas, a toilet full of urine, and empty softdrink cans.
There was a footstep marked in blood. If it was one man responsible for all of these attacks, then they had a very unusual serial killer on their hands. For the most part, a serial killer sticks with one particular type of victim. If the same man who assaulted Mabel and Nettie killed the Zazzaras, Bill Doi, Dayle Okazaki and Veronica Yu, then they had a unique breed of serial killer on their hands from whom no one was safe. In early June, the killer selected a house in Pico Rivera, about a half-mile from the Zazzara's home and a few blocks away from the home of Detective Carrillo's mother.
It was just around midnight when he tried the windows, but they were locked, except for the one in the dining room. He took off the screen, but had trouble raising the window, which was stuck in place by dried paint. A screwdriver loosened it and he opened the window slowly. Sheriff's deputy John Rodriguez got out of bed and went into the living room where his wife Susan was watching the late news. With that, the killer wisely abandoned the house and went back to his car, but he left his distinctive Avia footprint right under the dining room window.
The deputy called in the attempted housebreaking immediately and Detective Carrillo was notified. All of a sudden, this case became intensely personal to Carrillo. His mother could have become a victim like Nettie Lang or Mabel Bell.
It was a bad night for the killer, too. He just couldn't find the right house to invade and it made him mad. He tried to kidnap a girl in Eagle Rock, but someone called the cops and he had to run. Then, to make matters worse, he ran a red light and was stopped by an LAPD motorcycle cop.
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