|Exorcist in the Woods
Author: Oz the Magician PM
Bones and Booth really have a strange case this time. Dealing with akuma, exorcists, noah and innocence...maybe the case wasn't exactly what they thought it would be. And what's with the White haired kid with the red scar? Better than the summary!review! PM me if your having problems reviewingRated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Humor - Allen Walker & T. Brennan - Chapters: 12 - Words: 16,095 - Reviews: 70 - Favs: 39 - Follows: 46 - Updated: 10-28-12 - Published: 04-06-12 - id: 7997908
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Hey all, this is the first ever -man cross over!
Kanda: Would you get on with it! no cares about what you have to say
Allen: BaKanda, be nice! (facing the reader and/or lawyer) *OZ the Magician doesn't own -man or Bones*- It's true
Just to be clear this is taking place about the forth season of Bones but before Booth got the tumor and for -man... I'm not really sure when but Lenalee, Allen and Kanda have all upgraded their innocence
It had started out a normal day in Washington D.C. It wouldn't say that way for long though.
"Bones, we have a case" A tall, lean FBI agent announced as he strolled through the Jeffersonian's forensics department, searching for his beautiful yet antisocial partner. His cocky belt buckle jingling softly with every step he took. He jogged to an all glass office to find his partner working away on her computer.
Her light brown hair was tied back into a ponytail except for a few pieces of her bangs. Her blue green eyes focused intensely on her computer screen. Her face was scrunched as she typed quickly as if deep in thought.
"Bones" The FBI agent said again standing in front of Bones' desk, his tone ushering Bones to look up.
"Yes Booth?" She sighed finally responded, looking up from the screen.
"Are you writing a new book?" Booth questioned after studying her face, remembering she always got that look when she wrote.
Bones looked up startled. She quickly saved and exited out of the document "What gives you that idea?"
Booth smirked "'Cause you always get that look on you face like you've smelled something bad when you're writing"
Bones lightly bushed but too light for Booth to notice. She quickly recomposed herself "I don't know what you're talking about. Anyways why did you come?"
"We have a case" Booth grinned practically bouncing off the walls. He loved every time they had gotten a case because it meant he got to spend more time with Bones and because they were such a great team they got cases often. Bones nodded smiling, grabbing her coat and followed Booth to his car.
"What's the case?" Bones asked as they got into Booth's sleek black truck. Booth handed Bones the file as he began to drive to the crime scene.
Bones skimmed thought the folder, retaining all important information. Numerous bodies were found in a crater in Maryland but the bones were dark grey. Also in the area, wounded, unconscious people suffering a range of injuries from stab wounds to severe burns.
"Bones, we're here" Booth snapped her back to reality as they pulled up to the scene.
Bones grabbed her gloves and other forensic instruments and walked over to one of the bodies. She slid on her gloves on crouched down to examine the body and to say it was surprising was an understatement. The body had no indicating gender along and held no distinguishing race qualities. In place of hands were two long knives and a name carved into the back of the skull with beautiful cursive.
"Booth…I don't these are human" Bones told Booth as she stood back up. Booth walked over and looked at the body skeptically. Knowing the body definitely wasn't normal but had to be human.
"Bones, I think you've been in the lab too long" Booth said lightly as they started to check the perimeter for any missed bodies.
"Booth, I'm being serious!" Bones exclaimed. Before the split off to cover more ground. Bones path led to a thicker part of the forest. Greenery completely covered the area and mayflowers shrouded the ground from seeing anything that lay on the grassy floor. As she took her next step she stepped on something soft and human like. She looked down to see a person with white-ish grey hair sprawled out face down on the ground.
The person's looked like they had been there for days, unconscious and barely breathing but alive. Bones pushed away some of the plants to find the person was badly injured. Their hair was caked with mud and blood as well as their uniform like outfit.
"Booth, I found something" She called out as she carefully turned the person over. She now saw that the victim was to boy no older then seventeen with a bold red tattoo over his eye.
"Woah, Bones" Booth stared, stunned as he saw Bones lifting the boy up slightly "be careful"
"He must have been with the other wounded people" She concluded stand back up for the second time.
"This kid looks like he's barely a teenager" Booth said still shocked "I wonder why they didn't find him"
"He was very far away from the crash site, I doubt they even looked this far" Bones commented despite the question obviously being rhetorical.
"Ugh…" The boy moaned shutting his eyes hard. Sensing there were people near him he slowly opened his eye to reveal two silver orbs for eyes. Slowly the body tried to stand up but crashed to the ground because of the extent of his injuries.
How is it possible for this male to even be alive, let alone awake with these wounds? Bones asked herself.
"Uh excuse me sir and miss," He spoke in a raspy, polite manor with an elegant British accent "Where am I?"
Booth looked at the boy in concern and amazement "You don't know?"
"No sir, I afraid not" The boy smiled weakly before falling into a dreadful coughing fit. Booth leaded and put his hand on the boy back to help him, forgetting any potential danger.
"Bones, call an ambulance" Booth ordered carefully pick up the adolescent as if he were a china doll that was about to shatter. Quickly, Bones and Booth made their way from the forest. Booth began to give orders to ship the bodies to the Jeffersonian while Bones got the first aid kit having already called 911.
"A...umas" The teen muttered falling in and out of consciousness. Bones began to treat some of the minor wounds as he continued to mumble.
"Do you remember your name?" Booth asked the teen in a careful tone.
The teen smiled again even though he looked to be on the brink of death. His skin was turning pale than it's already pale state and icy. His voice was raspier than before "Allen, Allen Walker"
After the words left his lips, his eyes fell closed once again as a cold darkness overwhelmed him.
This is going to be one interesting case.
PLEASE REVIEW! It motivates me and also I just not sure if its good :/