Dark Lakes by Steven Griffiths | Script Revolution

Dark Lakes



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Eric bites off more than he can chew as a new arrival in town 'furs' up trouble

If you’ve never been to Kendal, it’s a great place, voted second best place to live in the UK a few years back (Beaten out by Skipton…Fucking Skipton?!)I always used to say it’s great if you’re a tourist, but terrible if you grew up there. Full of chavs and retirees.. but now there is something else I’ve noticed. The town is infested with Werewolves!

Stay with me here, I’m not talking Twilight muscly men who’s pants explode as they become a lovable dog. I’m talking little old ladies who will fuck you up, tattooed bullies who will eat you without a second thought. And it seems like half the bloody town is in on it!

So, to break it down:

Small, semi secluded town
Me and a group of my awesome, non-chavvy friends
A couple of hikers
A strangely large police force for a small town
Other less important people
FUCKING WEREWOLVES (to start…I mean if there are werewolves who knows what else is out there)

Submitted: November 26, 2018
Last Updated: November 26, 2018
Times Downloaded: 3
Last Downloaded: June 10, 2019

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The Writer: Steven Griffiths

Steven James Griffiths was born in the United Kingdom and as a young child moved around due to his father Peter Griffiths being in the Royal Air Force, spending a brief period on the island of Cyprus. He has one sister, Samantha, who is three years older than him, and one half-brother Nathaniel who is 22 years younger than him. His mother Suzanne, unfortunately, died from cancer when he was just 10 years old. Once his father left the Royal Air Force the family settled down in a small town, Bourne, Lincolnshire, UK, where he attended the Bourne Grammar School. Following high school, he attended college for a brief period before dropping out. Steven spent some time working for Blockbusters... Go to bio