Sam slowly opened his eyes only to see light blue eyes stare back at him. The girl jumped back with a scream and fell onto the floor. She put her hands over her heart, short light brown hair went to her mid-back. It was in a high ponytail.
"Jeez! You scared the crap out of me!" the girl said trying to calm down.
Running footsteps were heard coming down the stairs. From the corner of the room came the girl from the restaurant.
"Why were you yelling, Nikki?" she asked the other girl when she saw that she wasn't in danger.
"You try being quiet when someone opens their eyes and startles you, Clara!" Nikki glares.
"Do you hear yourself when you talk?"
"Yeah. It normally sounds better in my head."
Clara rolled her eyes and walked over to Sam, sitting on the side of the bed. "How are you feeling?"
"Where's, Dean?" Sam shot up in bed when he noticed Dean wasn't anywhere to be found.
"Upstairs. He's still out of it." Clara sweetly answered.
Sam let out a small relieved sigh.
"I'll tell you… the two of you have some guts to drive off a bridge. Were you trying to commit suicide or something?" Nikki said as she leaned against the door frame.
"No. The car drove itself off the bridge." Sam said.
"Nice way to plead insanity. Saying you've got Christine." Nikki smirked.
Sam scoffed. His story did sound crazy.
A loud crash came from upstairs. Clara and Nikki gave each other quick glances. Once another crash happened, they all rushed up the stairs. An elderly woman was rummaging through the kitchen, throwing pots and pans everywhere. She mumbled some curse words under her breath,
Clara slowly walked over to the woman, "Aunt Julie… are you ok?"
Clara put her hand on Julie's shoulder. Julie swung around and smacked Clara. Clara flew across the kitchen. Her back slammed into the wall, cracking it a little. She gasped in pain and slid down the wall. Julie growled, her dark green eyes were rolled to the back of her head.
Nikki and Sam looked at each other before looking back at the woman.
Sorry it's so short. They all are. I'll try to make the next chapter longer.