“The Sight” by J.S. Hawthorne (part 2 of 2)

David Steward is New York City’s premier supernatural detective, but once upon a time, he didn’t even believe in magic or the undead. That all changed the day he witnessed a brutal murder by a force beyond mortal ken. This is Steward’s first taste of the scary and strange. This is how David Steward gained the Sight.

Tonight’s story is the second and final part of “The Sight” by J.S. Hawthorne, who almost definitely still has her head firmly attached to her neck. A proud member of the Furry Historical Fiction Society, J.S.’s work was most recently in “In the Light of the Dawn,” available at fhfs.ink.

Last time, David Steward, private eye, sought the help of his friend Theo, otherworldly thing, to help solve a brutal murder, and had an experience: a headless monster who knocked Steward unconscious as he tried to escape its clutches.

Read for you by Rob MacWolf — werewolf hitchhiker.

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Furry stories to warm the ol' cockles, read by Rob MacWolf and guests. If you have a story that would suit the show, you can get in touch with @VoiceOfDog@meow.social on Mastodon, @voiceofdog.bsky.social on Blue Sky, or @Theodwulf on Telegram.

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