A darkness had fallen over the town of Wolf, a thick fog that seemed to swallow up any light that dared try and penetrate it. A chill ran through the town, a cold that seemed to seep into the very bones of those who lived there.
The town was a small one, nestled in the hills of central Pennsylvania. There wasn’t much to it, just a few buildings and houses. But it was home, and the people who lived there loved it.
But now, something was wrong. Something sinister was lurking in the shadows, waiting to strike.
The townspeople could feel it, a palpable sense of dread that hung over them like a dark cloud. They could feel eyes watching them, stalking them, waiting for the right moment to pounce.
No one knew what was happening, but they all knew that something was definitely not right.
Wolf was no longer a safe place to be.