Demon WomanIt wasn't a large building but it was full to bursting, at least, it was supposed to be. Some rich kid had gotten a hold of it and was using it for a fundraiser, the fact that it was a historical location adding a bit of prestiege. Guess they didn't realize that the whole place was on a supernatural faultline.
It was like any other fault line, a place where there were cracks between the surface and what was underneath. Seemed this one was over Hell and there were demons trying to force the cracks wider, bringing their black smoke friends up to.
Dean shivered up on the hill, looking down at the place. There had been screaming a few minutes before, a lot of it, but it was quiet now. That meant he wouldn't have to bump into the elite at least, but who knows how far the black eyed sons of bitches had got in their ritual.
He nodded to his brother as he rose, hoisting his shotgun onto his back and clutching Ruby's knife tightly in his hand. Sam nodded back and headed down the hill, as quiet