Revelation 9 part 2 c
Before Rory could say anything, Alan opened the office door slightly and was knocked down by the force of what looked like three of the huge insects. To Rory, the insects now looked like locusts. The locusts loudly flew around the room and Rory stood up and swung at them with the golf club. Two of the locusts flew back into the office and the third locust kept flying around the office looking for Rory.When the locust was not looking, Rory stood up and swung the golf club at the locust with all his might.
Rory heard a crunching noise as the locust flew into a wall and knocked a picture off. Rory looked at the locust and thought it was dead so he put the golf club back into the closet. He heard the buzzing noise again, turned around and saw the locust flying around the office again. The insect had the face of a man and looked angrier than it was before. Rory quickly got the club back out and started swinging trying to hit the insect. The insect had what looked like a scorpion tail and was knocking pictures off the walls. He kept swinging at the insect and missing it, turned and felt a searing pain in his leg. He realized that the giant insect had just stung him.
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