He stalks the night trying to protest the city. The public came to calling him the creeper. As an ex-cop he hated it. The media portrayed him as a bad guy even though he saved a few people from getting shot.

He never lets his face be seen as he goes about his business. The stories of the saved contradict the news stations, and they’re very grateful.

Like some kind of superhero, Harry would swoop in whenever danger was near. He didn’t think if himself as a hero. Harry was just doing the job he was trained to do, even if it had to be don secretly.

Published by authorjturley

R James started writing bad poetry in his mid-30's. While taking a couple writing courses he wrote short stories with interesting characters. R James has been published in, Creepies 2: Things that go Bump in the Closet, Deviant Shadows: Tales of the Parabnormal, among others. R James got sick of the northern winters, and writes from the sunshine state, where the sun sets into the Gulf of Mexico.

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