Prologue:

Dean and Sam have a soon to be 18 year old sister, her name is Lindsey Marie Winchester. Lindsey is about 5'6" with wavy golden blond hair that goes down to the middle of her back and is sorta layered, baby blue eyes, and a skinny and fit figure. She is a total daddy's girl and she is proud of it. She is close to both of her brothers. She will tell one something, and not the other – or the other something and not the one. When Lindsey was 15 she was traveling around with the family and they meet up with an old family friend, after the job they were doing her father informed her that she was going to stay with the family friend, Mark, until she was 18 and moved on with her life. Lindsey has got a little of both of her brothers in her when it comes to school, first she is a straight A student and has been offered a few scholarships from different colleges, like Sam. But she really doesn't like school, like Dean. She hasn't really gone on any hunting trip since she was 15. She was had a couple boyfriends, but they only liked her because of her looks. She really hasn't had one for a while and she really doesn't mind, she would rather stick with her friends. She has a big group of friends but has only told Candice, Nicole, and Lydia the 'family secret'.

(After Phantom Traveler is when they see Lindsey.)

Chapter One:

"Would you have still gone to see if she wanted to go with us even if dad didn't say it was okay?" Sam Winchester asked is older brother. Dean Winchester was kinda getting sick of all his little brother's questions. "Listen Sammy, just shut up for a while."

"You didn't answer my question."

"I don't know," then he sighed with frustration as Sam gave him the look saying 'liar, if you don't tell me the real answer I won't shut up', "okay, I might have gone to see the graduation, and said hi, dude she's an adult she could come with us if she wanted."

Now Dean was mad and Sam could tell so he decided to lay off for a while.

Lindsey woke up with a jolt. As she turned over to her back to see what time she groaned, it was 4:30. No normal person got up at 4:30 in the morning to go to school, she thought.

She sighed as she got out of bed, "Might as well start the day." She muttered to herself. She silently opened her door to see if Mark was up, as usual he was, so she walked to the bathroom to take a shower. As she got out of the shower she remembered that she forgot to bring in her clothes, "Crap!" she muttered as she wrapped her towel around herself to go back to her bed room across the hall. She as shut her door behind her and walked over to her radio and flipped through all her favorite stations and decided on the country station. Once she got her underwear and bra on one of her favorite songs started playing so turned the radio up really loud. She started singing along to The Ricochet, Daddy's Money:

Can't concentrate on the preacher preaching
My attention span done turned off
I'm honed in on that angel singing
Up there in the choir loft

She was dancing around the room trying to pull on her pants.

She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
More laughs than a stack of comic books
A wild imagination
A college education
Add it all up it's a deadly combination
She's a good bass fisher
A dynamite kisser
Country as a turnip green
She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
And look who's lookin' at me

Her second cousin was my third grade teacher
I used to cut her grandma's grass
Back then she was nothin' but knees and elbows
Golly did she grow up fast

She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
More laughs than a stack of comic books
A wild imagination
A college education
Add it all up it's a deadly combination
She's a good bass fisher
A dynamite kisser
Country as a turnip green
She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
And look who's lookin' at me

Lord if you got any miracles handy
Maybe you could grant me one
Just let me walk down the aisle
And say I do
To that angel with a choir robe on

She grabbed one of her shirts and pulled it over her wet hair.

She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
More laughs than a stack of comic books
A wild imagination
A college education
Add it all up it's a deadly combination
She's a good bass fisher
A dynamite kisser
Country as a turnip green
She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
And look who's lookin' at me
She's got her daddy's money
Her mama's good looks
And she's lookin' at me

As the song ended she turned her radio off and walked back to the bathroom to do her hair and make-up. She decided that she wanted her hair to have a little wave in it, so she pulled out her blow dryer. As she was blow drying her hair it started to get the famous wave of hers. She turned the blow dryer off when it was almost dry and put it away then turned to do her make-up. She didn't want to do all her make-up so she put on her foundation, then some mascara on her top lashes. She headed down stairs after she brushed her teeth and put on some lip gloss. By the time she was done with every thing she had an hour before school stared.

"Good morning, Mark,"

"Mornin' Lins, let me guess you're not hungry?" Mark said as he put the paper down.

"Not really."

"Thank you for wearing something appropriate for school." Mark said as he continued to read the paper.

Lindsey looked down at her ripped pants and her body hugging brown shirt that read, 'Don't give me your ATTITUDE, I already got one'. She smiled, lately she had been wearing mini skirts and low cut tiny shirts.

"Whatever" she said walking by. She grabbed her purse and slipped on her black flip-flops. As she reached for the door handle Mark asked, "Where you off to, school doesn't started for about and hour or so?"

"I decided to go rob the bank before school started," she joked, then added when Mark gave her the look "I was going to meet the girls at the diner." She said matter-factly. With that she headed out and walked a couple of blocks to the town diner. The town she has lived in for 4 years was very small, every one knew every one, and you really didn't need to drive any where. That was one of the reasons she hasn't gotten a car yet.

As she walked in the diner she saw her group of friends instantly, she had one of the loudest friend in school. She walked over to her friends to see what they were talking about.

As Dean pulled into the little town where they left their sister 4 long years ago, he and Sam decided to stop at the little diner and eat, and talk to Lindsey after school. As they walked in both Sam and Dean noticed there was a very loud group of teenagers at one of the tables. They went and sat only couple of tables from the teenagers. Sam was facing the door, as Dean's back was toward the door. They just order pancakes, as the bell rang to say that someone walked in the door. Sam looked and got a look of panic on his face.

Dean noticed and asked "What's the matter dude?"

Sam looked at his older brother, "Umm…don't turn around after I tell you, okay?" Dean was getting irritated and just nodded, and then Sam continued, "Lindsey just walked in and is sitting by the loud teenagers."

As Sam said this Dean's eyes got really wide at Lindsey's name. "Shit." Dean muttered under his breath, "She is going to recognize us then wonder why we're here."

"She might recognize you, but she hasn't seen me since I left for college. She hasn't seen my grown out, and besides her back is facing us." Dean gave his brother an impatient look, "You think she won't recognize one of her big brothers with his hair grown out? Come on."

Their food came and they decided to listen in on their conversations.

"So what do you want to do this weekend, Lins?" Asked a brown haired girl.

"Ooo, I have an idea." Yelled a black haired girl.

"Oh god, this should be good," said a skinny blond haired guy.

"Shut up Alex, we should head out to, hey Lydia…" She paused as a bigger girl with short blond hair that ended an inch above her shoulders, came and sat down in between Lindsey and the skinny guy. Every one added a hello as well "…anyways, we should head out to that 'so called' haunted house."

Sam and Dean paused to hear more about this haunted house.

'Lydia' said, "What are you crazy Candice? Do you know the legend of that place?"

"Yeah, so, if anything happens we have Lindsey with us."

"What do you think Lindsey could do?" Alex asked laughing. At the same time the three other girls yelled, "CANDICE!"

"Oh my god, Lindsey, I totally forgot. Never mind, about the 'we have Lindsey part'."

"Actually I forgot the legend of that place, does anyone remember?" The brown haired girl asked.

"You forgot the legend? How could you forg…" He was cut off by Lindsey hitting him on the chest.

"Shut up Alex, so what if she forgot, if you think that, it is stupid that Nicole forgot the legend, why don't you tell us the legend, cause I have seemed to forget."

Candice smiled and added, "Yea, me to!" Lydia added, "What was it again?"

Alex looked at the 4 smiling girls as they waited for the story, "Well if you go in there you get hung."

"That's totally wrong"

"Really, then what is the right one, huh Lindsey?" Alex asked kinda smug looking.