Alive

white as snow

on a warm summer's evening

He can’t find out!

then he bummed a cigarette and asked me for a light

They all think I’m crazy. I’ll show them. I’ll show them who’s crazy.

the secret to surviving is knowing what to throw away and knowing what to keep

I can’t take this much longer.

everything I want, nothing that she needs

Sarah’s thoughts and hopes and love and fear spilled out and filled the room. Lilith felt as if she could reach out and touch her, tell her that she needed to leave, that there wasn’t anything left of Seth to save.

She shivered and turned the page.

Yay!

Emma has his eyes. And lately they’ve been taking on more and more of his expression. I can’t…it hurts. It’s like watching him fall into the darkness all over again. And she’s just a little girl. She’s just a little girl.

where would be the right place to stick this?

we'll see if that works

Seth won’t let her go to school. He hardly knew she existed when she was a baby, but now…now it’s like he wants her in his world. When he first started showing interest in her, I was so hopeful. But she’s not bringing him out of the darkness. He’s pulling her in.

I've decided that I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow is a good Sarah song

I can’t save them both.

in the danger zone

I don't believe that anybody feels the way I do about you now

He’s started a garden. It gets him out in the sun. But I’m scared…what if he realizes…and Emma works in the garden with him. Surely he wouldn’t…

He’s stopped talking about the life fruit. I’m afraid that’s because he’s figured it out.

info dump pic?  hmmm

I still don’t know what happened to him in the fire at the old lab, what it was that opened the void within him. What it was that made him so terrified of death.

yay happiness is writing Valley!

What it was that made him willing to kill others in order to live.

you're just like an angel; your skin makes me cry

I want a perfect body, I want a perfect soul

Lilith’s soul howled with rage and grief and pain. Shannon, Bella, Jason. Gone just because Seth couldn’t handle the falling water.

In her heart, the water roared.

yay waterfall!

listening to Beethoven's 5th, yay!

She turned the pages, looking for more. It sounded like life fruit somehow came from killing people, but if she could figure that out just from reading Sarah’s diary then surely Seth realized it a long time ago. He had to still be looking through this diary for something else. Some other secret.

His chair pressed in on her and she choked on the smell of him.

okay, now how to handle interspersing the Seth pics?

yay strings of textless pics!

but that's how I roll

the pics tell the story

if that ain't your style

you ain't gotta read it

hopefully I can finish this tonight

Tonight was the final…the final straw. The dropping shoe. The break of the camel’s back.

He is gone. I don’t know where he went and I want him back. I need him back. But he’s gone. Utterly and completely gone.

hmm - where to put these

and then go cry a lot

He asked…no, he demanded that I tell him how to make the Recipe. How to make ambrosia.

I will not tell him that.

Maybe he has figured out life fruit. Maybe Emma will have a murderer for a father. Maybe he’ll even take her with him.

But I will not help him. Not with that. I will not have that blood on my hands.

because I don't know if they'll work best all in order

hmmm

I don’t think he liked that.

or spread out between other bits

Valhalla I am coming

I don’t know what to do. I’m so scared. But he’s still…I look at him and I know he’s in there somewhere and maybe if I just figure it out, figure out how to make him all better, it’ll be okay again. I still love him. I always will. I know that.

But he’s so mad now. And if he has figured out life fruit, he’ll figure out ambrosia. He will. He was always so smart.

And I can’t stand to watch him fall.

I can’t take this much longer.

it's all right, it's all right, she moves in mysterious ways

This will work, I know.

we'll put them in the draft and see

I'm not the one who's so far away

when I feel the snakebite enter my veins

never did I want to come here again

Lilith heard the door creak open, and her blood froze. She couldn’t think. She couldn’t move. She could only listen. Listen to a voice that fell on her like dirt falling on a casket. A voice that breathed fire and smoke and death. A voice that filled the world and made it hard to breathe.

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!

“My wife,” said the voice, “was a very good cook.”

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97 Responses to Alive

  1. scarletsimphony says:

    Oooh, creepy! I love how you had him coming closer the entire time. I actually felt myself reading faster and faster as the pictures progressed, as if I were in danger as well, lol.

    Once again, amazing! I can’t wait to see The Showdown!

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you. I think I finally finished it, lol – just went through and edited some stuff.

      I feel sick about this one. I think it’s because – it’s really almost over, you know? I have been waiting to write that line ever since I thought of it, and now I have written it.

      I was almost hyperventilating while editing that picture.

      I want to write Seth. I do. But I don’t want this to end.

      I think I will go snap at my husband some more now. Poor guy – he was all “When do you think you’ll be done?” earlier and I screamed at him.

      • scarletsimphony says:

        Yeah, I bet it’s hard. I don’t want it to end either, but at the same time I want to know what happens! That line was perfectly chillworthy. I’m actually glad I read this with a light on, what with you and your story plus the trailer for Paranormal Activity coming on while I was reading.

        You should feed him some flesh and coagulated blood ice cream. It’ll make him feel better :D

  2. Alex says:

    Thanks for telling us what that stone wall was for, and the last line almost gave me a heart attack

    • medleymisty says:

      That was not at all what it was for in Nightmare, lol. Back then it had a pool in it and it was going to be where Emma drowned herself.

      I think Emma’s fate has changed now.

      So yay, it did resonate with someone other than me! :) That’s good to know.

  3. quanta1000 says:

    Perfect! But a cliffhanger!!!! Like, the biggest one in history! ^.^
    I wonder what Seth’s voice sounds like…

  4. ooohh…. wonderfully creepy!! I love the way he walked in on her…. Now I have to wait for another update!! It’s not fair!! lol

    Great cliffhanger.

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you! :)

      And yeah. I do think that the updates are going to continue to be slower than they were. Combination of not wanting to finish and wanting it to be as perfect as I can make it. Which I think this one fell far short of that, but I do like the Seth bits. ;)

      • Did you roll perfectionist? lol I understand the trauma of it all, I really do – but the story is flowing so well and you’ve brought the tension to a head. Perfect or not, it’s pretty damn good.

        Oh… and do we know that Jason is dead? I don’t trust you… you’re sneaky! Great job, hon.

        • medleymisty says:

          When I first started doing virtual tours at work, my boss called me in to his office for a little chat. He said “I thought of a word.” and showed me where he’d written “perfectionist” down. And he told me that tours didn’t need to take an hour and be works of art.

          So yeah, I rolled perfectionist. And neurotic. It’s a lovely combo. ;)

          Thank you so much! :) And Jason’s dead – see the life fruit Seth is planting? Lilith may not have seen Jason’s body, but Seth did.

  5. ferlinda07 says:

    Awesome (: I was thinking the idea of Sarah being a good cook was a form of endearment and all that, but I didn’t realise you would also have it to mean that she could cook Ambrosia! That’s really cool, and I didn’t see that coming.

    And the last line, wow. You mesh the visuals with the text so well that I could visualise him speaking those words. Almost creepy, really.

    I can’t wait for the next chapter to see the confrontatation! This cliffhanger is going to be the death of me xD

    • medleymisty says:

      Yep. :) Says all the way back in Legend that she was a great cook and won the neighborhood grill-a-thons and stuff. And the copy of her on the weedy lot does actually have maxed out cooking and knows the ambrosia recipe.

      Thank you. :) I am beginning to feel a bit better about this update, lol.

      I am considering having the next update be from Seth’s POV, and if so it might have more flashbacks than confrontation. We’ll see.

      *laughs insanely at the idea of writing Seth’s POV*

  6. worsiedog says:

    Awesome stuff! I looked over my shoulder I must confess!

  7. insidehopesprings says:

    Seth’s first words are perfect. He doesn’t seem entirely phased that Lilith is there.

    Some great shots here. My favourite is the one of Seth studying that seed. There’s intelligence in his eyes and danger.

    I have a suspicion that whatever Sarah ended up doing, it was in an attempt to save both her child and her husband. Unfortunately, it didn’t end too well.

    Great snap of Emma. Very creepy looking expression on her face. It’s not hard to see she’s Seth’s daughter.

    I was pretty excited to see Seth in the flesh. I’m pretty sure Lilith wouldn’t share that sentiment though!

    Great chapter. I enjoyed that and I’m looking forward to seeing what Seth has to say for himself and how on earth Lilith is going to escape this incredibly misunderstood madman.

    Ah, what can I say. I’m always drawn to the villains.

    • medleymisty says:

      That is the one that I picked to be the ad pic for this one. :)

      Oh, he was expecting Lilith. That was his point the whole time, to get her to come inside his spider web.

      I am seriously considering making the next update from Seth’s POV. I think it may actually just work. We’ll see.

      And you know that I’m very drawn to Seth myself, lol.

      Thank you for the support – I really do feel better about this update now.

  8. Rad says:

    Wow – you managed to make gardening creepy instead of the boring annoyance it really is! And that ending is just brrrrr……

    Nice work!

  9. Ambree says:

    Wow, fantastic update, I had to go back and reread it because I read through it too fast the first time, I just couldn’t wait to find out what happened! I was on the edge of my seat both times, Seth is very creepy, but I think I’m starting to like him and I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not, lol. I’m still worried for Lilith though, as usual, I can’t wait for the next update. Truly amazing as always!

  10. Poph says:

    Ah they are getting better! the last two updates have been my favourite…your images are superb! Love the planting of the seed pictures, everything seems so methodical with Seth, like he’s going through his steps in order to complete his goal………………of which we don’t know what! AH so exciting. Love it.

  11. raquelaroden says:

    Wonderful images as usual–and yes, the line was perfect. I halfway expected him to offer to make waffles, but this was much better. Now I just wonder what he’s going to do with Lilith. Because of her mental bond with him, I don’t expect him to treat her like his other victims. He hasn’t let anyone else see him or talk to him before killing them (as far as we know). Then again, he might have been trying to kill Lilith when he killed Jason….hmmm…

    • medleymisty says:

      I have to go to training for work all day, so no lunch and so this will probably be the last comment I can reply to until this evening.

      Thank you! It’s good to know that I didn’t overemphasize the cooking and that I built it up to resonate with other people the way it resonated with me when it first came to me.

      And yes, there is something special about Lilith. And he was pretty sure that’s how the fire at Jason’s house would go down – err, should probably wait and see if that wants to be in an update before explaining it. Of course he wasn’t completely sure it’d go the way he thought it would, but you know – he’s okay with taking risks like that sometimes.

  12. moondaisy101 says:

    This is a great update! The story just gets better and better as you gradually build it up for what will undoubtedly be a great finale! You are right to take your time at this stage and keep that highwire of tension as taut as possible!

    I love the picture-sequel of Seth planting a seed. There is so much symbolism in it. Well done! :)

  13. gayl says:

    I have chills reading this! I wonder how much of what happened was caused by Sarah. And Seth’s line…oh man that was the biggest chill of all. I don’t think, if he intends to kill Lilith, that it will be all that easy.

    Seth has this calm relentlessness about him, the dude is seriously scary.

    Great update!

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you! :) Yay, it did sound to other people the way it sounded to me when I first thought of it!

      It’s interesting how other people see Seth, because I love him and adore him and don’t see him as scary really.

  14. catherinesims3 says:

    Whoa! My blood also froze when he walked in the door! Ooooh, nicely, nicely done!

  15. Kal says:

    I have so many emotions about this right now! Ahhh! xD The sixth picture down, of Emma, is amazing. I love how she’s just all like “What?!”. And then, I loved how the tension kept building, building, and BUILDING. I was waiting for what would happen when he walked into the house. Then, I was on the edge of my seat, and then I read…

    My wife was a good cook.

    xD It was a letdown, but kind of a good letdown. :) I don’t know, in my subconscious mind, I was expecting SO much to happen, that that sentence took me completely off guard! But, it completely leads in to the whatever the next chapter will be, so its OK. Fantastic Job!

  16. TheLunarFox says:

    That has to be the best first line I’ve ever read for an evil murderer (I mean that in the best way possible, I swear). Chilling!

    And the best cliff hanger, because all I can think is, “omg omg… what now?”

    • medleymisty says:

      I told John about it quite some time ago, and he’s been all “You know, generally if a medium sized guy in a blue cardigan and glasses said that it wouldn’t be creepy at all and you’d expect it to be followed with an invitation to dinner.”

      But I think that’s what makes it work, personally.

      Thank you. :)

  17. missplumbbob says:

    This is totally amazing! I appluad the hard work on the picture editing (even though I’m pretty sure that’s not how you spell “applaud”) and I can tell that it must have taken a while to do it. Anyways, I love all Seth’s crazy expressions, and how you start to see him getting to Emma.
    You can see it in her eyes that she’s starting to understand her father but in return, she is losing touch with the actual world, and most of all, her mother.
    And speaking of her mother, she really looks good in these pictures. Her expressions come off as wild-eyed and worried about her family, although sometimes you can see faint hysteria or a little bit of insanity when she looks at everyone that she seems to be losing.
    This is great, and it is definately one of my very favorite posts, because of the slowly built suspense, the cliffhanger, and the beautiful pictures. Unlike you, I hope that you get the next update out soon.
    Just remember… I will be drooling over my schoolwork, barely paying attention, until I find out what happens next! Great plot twists, by the way! The cooking in igenious! You really are a wonderful writer! Make a book! ;)

    • *Caitlin* says:

      I couldn’t have said it better myself. Seth totally creeps me out (in a good way), and I feel so bad for Lillith. She’s seemed so scared and nervous when she heard Seth, but hey, I would be too.

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you! And yeah, it is a bit time-consuming to edit the pics but it’s definitely worth it.

      And wow – I have to say that I’m impressed with what you saw in the pics and it makes me feel all happy and blushy.

      Thank you again, very very much. I truly appreciate it and it’s very inspiring.

      I do indeed plan on trying to make a book. :)

  18. Connor says:

    Creepy Emma!
    Lilith! BEAT THAT WACKO SILLY!!

  19. Carla says:

    All through these last couple of chapters, I’ve been urging Lilith to take the diary and run (ha, I tend to do that when I watch horror movies too) and now she’s come face to face with Seth!

  20. glee111 says:

    I love it! I look forward to every update and this is probably the best one yet. **evil voice** SETH HAS ARRIVED. **Evil laugh**
    I noticed the refrigerator light. That thing keeps coming back.
    Yeah. It’s great how Seth isn’t just a piece of Lilith’s brain anymore. He’s now corporeal! Yay! :D Again, awesome update. Looking forward to the next one!

  21. Liz says:

    I must be nuts, because I find Seth’s creepiness sort of sexy. That and his brown hair and glasses remind me of my husband (but my hubs has deep blue eyes).

    • medleymisty says:

      Then I guess I’m nuts too, as I tend to spend hours staring at pics of him and the other night I was talking about Ledger’s Joker and saying how that was an awesome villain and my sister-in-law was like “Wait, OMG! There’s someone more awesome than Seth?!”

      And he looks a bit like my husband too. :)

      • Liz says:

        I’m a huge Joker fangirl. I loved Ledger’s Joker when the movie first came out, but I am finding myself liking the Joker with Mark Hamill’s voice on the 90’s Batman Animated Series the best of all. :D

  22. DB loves her Mac says:

    I read this early this morning and wanted to let it sink in before commenting.

    First, I can HEAR Seth’s voice deliver that last line, with the pause after the word “wife.” I hear him speak in the gravelly voice of a respectable head of household in a 1950s movie. But underneath the surface, under that deceptive cardigan, there is an edge. A stressed edge. Of controlled – barely controlled – force.

    The pacing throughout is great. There’s a steady drive toward the inexorable meeting, as if the moment that Lilith and Seth should meet is inevitable.

    That’s a great shot of Emma watching her father in the walled garden. No wonder Sarah was afraid of Seth’s passing his madness on to her child.

    • medleymisty says:

      I had to let your comment sink in before replying.

      And now I find that I still have no words. Only awe and gratitude.

      Thank you. A lot.

      Also, everybody – go and click on the Foliage Legacy in my blogroll right now because DB writes it and it rocks.

  23. Anonymous says:

    AHHHH! I didn’t realize till about half way through that this would be the update with Seth’s line that I know you’ve been DYING (No pun intended…) to use!

    I want to go read it through like four more times before I say anything else, but the line really delivered.

    What happens nexxttttt?! Why must perfection take so lonnggg?! :P

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you! :) Good to know that other people liked it too.

      And I don’t know, I’ve been thinking about the next update. And alas, Seth POV may not work. And I have to go hang out with my mother on Sunday – thinking of starting serious work on the next one on Thursday night when my husband works late.

      • Anonymous says:

        Wow, so that last comment was DiscoTwitch, I didn’t realize that I was logged out? Bah, oh well, now you know that I didn’t stop reading. How could I? I’m quite obsessed…
        >_< (:

        • medleymisty says:

          Yay! I’d been worried about you and wondering where you were. :)

          Thank you! And I’m also quite obsessed – the next update is in progress. Going to go eat some dinner and then come home and write like a madwoman. ;)

  24. rooleeroo says:

    Great update! I just got another idea! What if Seth’s not evil like we think he is, But misunderstood. I honestly hope that Seth is really good, on the inside. When do you think you’ll post the next update?

    • medleymisty says:

      Hopefully by Saturday night. We’ll see.

      Thank you! And yes, Seth is quite the interesting person. I’m looking forward to really writing him and learning more about him.

  25. Lilac says:

    that last line sent chills through me!……… i wonder if seth tells the entire story of setting his wife on fire and ect. like they do in some of those mystery stories but, i kinda doubt it. anyway, PCVS!( PCVS-please continue very soon!) thanks, ollie2007/lilac p.s. that chapter was terrific! i liked the pics of seth getting closer and closer to the house as lilith reads the diary! it was very creepy!

    • medleymisty says:

      No, I don’t think Seth is interested in a confession. He doesn’t feel that he has anything to get off his chest.

      Sadly though, I do think the next update has to be from Lilith’s POV. I will see if a Seth POV update will fit in later maybe.

      Thank you! The next update is becoming clearer but I’m not going to promise it sooner than next week, although I do hope to have it out Saturday.

  26. kansine says:

    TOTALLY AWESOME!!! Bur RAAAA… you make me too addicted and frustrated by still not revieling the secret of Emma :D Let me guess… Emma was born somehow using lifefruit and ambrosia?? Or Sarah resurrected a dead girl? Maybe she was born dead or something and Sarah resurrected her??? O___O

  27. hilyer says:

    Wow! It just gets better and better! I so don’t want it to end, but I am burning to know what happens!! (ok couldn’t resist ;P)

  28. AHHH!! SCARY!! I love these posts ♥ I love these stories!! I have to read more haha!!

  29. tipix7 says:

    I’m curious to see what role Emma plays

  30. prettypalisades says:

    I’m a fanatic, this is so good! I love your screenshots and I’m curious – – do you have a hack that removes the sim’s action queue or do you just go through and crop things out later? I know about the red line hack but I can’t seem to get rid of the plumbbobs/action queue/other random bubbles that pop up in the Sims 3. Thanks :)

  31. dulcelovee says:

    You’re story is amazing. Thanks for the good read. I’m glad I came across this blog, I got to read all those chapters without having to wait for an update. But now I do. =( Looking forward to it!

    p.s. i emailed u

    • medleymisty says:

      Thanks! I’m working on the next update right now so I’m kind of focused on that but I’ll definitely check my email when it’s done. Which probably won’t be tonight unless I stay up pretty late, sigh.

      • dulcelovee says:

        thats ok, take your time. Also, whenever you get the chance would you check out my story? I finally posted it, and I value your opinion because, well, you’re obviously talented and know what your doing.

  32. amguynes says:

    I couldn’t stop reading. I didn’t want it to end. I can hardly wait for the next chapter, and yet I dread the next chapter because it’ll be closer to the end of the story.

    • medleymisty says:

      Thank you! I’m all blushy and happy now. Thank you really a lot. :)

      And that’s pretty much exactly the way I feel, but now that I’m in the midst of writing the next update I’ve gotten all in the zone and the spectre of the end has faded for now.

      And hey, I have the non-Sims version to keep me entertained for years after the Sims version is done.

  33. Pabo9999 says:

    I’m back!

    These last few posts have been perfect to the point of goosebumps. So mysterious, I come back every day hoping for a new post but, perfection takes time. And to be as well written as this story must take time indeed.

    • medleymisty says:

      Yay! Thank you!

      Actually I’ve spent…gosh. I don’t even know how long on the update I’m working on now. Definitely longer than the usual – I’ve stayed up quite late the last two nights working on it and all the others only took one night or one and a half at most. However, I do believe that it is now just a few more pictures from completion and I hope to have it up by tomorrow afternoon. And I’ve even gotten some editing help that’s really made it better. :)

      And again, thank you. I truly appreciate it.

  34. SuziMae says:

    This update made me cry. You have the power to make words really touch something deep inside.

  35. kama674 says:

    Another awsome and creepy update! I wonder what will happen to her next?

  36. chrisitan says:

    holy fish shit! I would run like hell if I were Lillith!

    • medleymisty says:

      LOL!

      Lilith isn’t very…reasonable or logical where Seth is concerned. I am looking forward to exploring their relationship and the dynamic between them.

      I am considering naming the next update Thanatos.

  37. Holy. Hell. He did teleport to the present.

    I could feel the desperation in Sara’s writing in this chapter. Truly feel it.

    And poor Lilith. I can only hope Seth doesn’t draw her finally into the darkness she’s been fighting so hard to avoid!

  38. Katrea says:

    I think it is absolutely eerie to see Seth planting that life fruit because we all know where it came from…or who it came from…
    It’s pretty much like he has a collection of bodies in his garden.
    He’s a class A psychopath lol I like how he casually strolls in when he sees Lilith.

  39. inujade says:

    So I’ve read this story a few times, and I always come back to these parts first. “Diary” through to “Alive” are my favourite chapters. What can I say? I find Sarah very interesting. A traditional, wholesome housewife who just so happens to know the secrets of life and death –awesome. I think from her expressions that one of her traits is coward, but it takes a lot of courage to know how to live forever, and opt not to.

    Over those few reads, I’ve built up a sort of head-canon about one aspect of Seth, and I thought you might be interested :P. It occurred to me while reading Seth and Lilith’s confrontation that she could just run away any time she felt like it, if she was so inclined, and he wouldn’t rush to grab or stop her. For some reason I just can’t imagine Seth running, or doing anything very quickly –in my head, he moves like he speaks; with careful deliberation.

    Then a thought came to me; what if, aside from the emotional reasons why they’re both co-operating in these scenes, it could also be that Seth just CAN’T? What if the smoke from the lab fire did some sort of permanent damage to his breathing? All those chemicals floating around…

    I mean, gravelly voice, never a word wasted…it seemed to fit. I remembered serial killers who make poison their weapon of choice are usually people who can’t exert themselves very much physically. Like young women, and men with heart or lung issues.

    Poison is what Seth uses when he doesn’t feel like lighting fires.

    So now when I read I always imagine this inner world of mental AND physical strain. Like –I don’t imagine him walking around wheezing, or anything. Just that if he ever pushes himself too far, he has to sit for awhile and recover (maybe read the diary?), and feel trapped and in pain and wanting to die. But of course he can’t die, because he’s internalized death as this very desirable and therefore very selfish thing, which is why he thinks Jason ‘abandoned’ Lilith when actually Jason was murdered. He can’t understand the difference.

    • medleymisty says:

      I am still figuring out how to reply to this, lol. I’m also trying to write the next update of Valley 2, and so I’m all distracted, but I thought you’d like to know that your reminder about Seth’s gravelly voice ended in me referencing it in the update. :)

      So – I just wanted to say thank you, and that this is an epic comment, and advertising the new story had been bringing up bad memories of all the bullying back in the Valley days, but your comment really helps me with that and reminds me that there were good things too, and that I should keep writing and doing my stories. Thank you, really a lot.

      And I’m really hungry and tired and emotionally wiped out and also trying to work on this update, so that’s all I have for now, but I promise once the update is done I will come and give you a more proper reply.

      • inujade says:

        Ha, feels good to have contributed. :)

        Just wanted to pop back in to say that I’ve been enjoying Valley 2 (my favourite part so far– Lilith’s flashback at the waterfall. The rhythm between the words and the pictures was among your best Sims work, I think), and so I hope to see a new chapter!

        • medleymisty says:

          OMG – I am actually working on the next chapter of Howl right now! I hope to have it done and published by the time I go to bed. Got kind of stuck on the Christmas story, read the draft I had of the next Howl chapter, decided to pick it up and do it to get something done. :)

          Yay thank you! :)

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