Enkidu07's Drabble Challenge

Prompt Word: RUB. The additional challenge this week was to fit the brothers from Supernatural into another fandom since our Supernatural category at hasn't been working for over a week.

Word Count: 200 words on the dot.

Other players in the challenge are now too many to list here! There're lots of people throwing Supernatural snowballs. You can find the list of names at Enkidu07's profile page and/or OnyxMoonbeam's profile page. Also, to find all of the lovely drabbles, there's a sweet little C2 community out there to subscribe to and enjoy. You can find the link on their profile pages mentioned above.

Disclaimer: Neither Steve McGarrett nor the Winchester boys nor anything related to Hawaii Five-0 and Supernatural belongs to me. I'm just having some fun with the boys.

Cavalry of a Different Sort

By: Vanessa Sgroi

Steve McGarrett shifted slightly, watching passengers disembark from the plane. Near the end of the queue, he spied the two guys for whom he was looking and approached.

"Sam and Dean Winchester?"

The shorter of the two glared at him, unconsciously rubbing at this stomach and chest. "Who's asking?"

"Steve McGarrett. Lieutenant Commander of Five-0. A law enforcement task force unit."

Dean turned his glare to Sam. "Bobby didn't say our contact was a freakin' cop."

Sam shrugged, eyeing McGarrett warily.

"Singer says you can help with a recent rash of deaths at Kapiolani Park."

"Maybe," offered Sam.

Dean wiped a hand down his pale face.

Steve eyed the other man, concerned. "You okay?"

"He has a problem with flying," offered Sam, earning him another glare from his brother.

"Just tell us why we're here," growled Dean.

"Kapiolani Park. Hundreds of years ago, it was a battlefield and a site for human sacrifices. I've always heard stories about it being haunted. I never believed it—didn't believe in that shit at all—until about two weeks ago. When these deaths started."

"Sounds like it could be our kind of thing."

"So Bobby Singer's not a crazy old coot spouting nonsense?"