lake alvin


Pairing: Dean x Reader

Warnings: Angst, semi-suicidal thoughts, near death experience (If this is a trigger for you please be aware!!!)

Word count:  1542

A/N: Yup, I’m finally back with a new fic! I don’t know how I feel about this one but I hope you guys will like it. Lots of love xx

Feedback is highly appreciated as always!

Originally posted by godhelptheboy

Originally posted by greatestgifsofalltime

“She loved the ocean because every time the waves left the shore, they always came back.”

It was early in the morning when you drove down to Lake Alvin just outside Sioux Falls. The sun was about to rise and the fresh summer air calmed you. It felt like this was the thousandth night you woke up from a nightmare. So you decided to come here like you always did when everything got too much to handle.

This place was you escape. There were hundrets of memories attached to it.

The first time you kissed someone was at this lake with Dean when you were ten.

The first time you made love with someone was at this lake with Dean when you were sixteen.

The first time he told you he loved you was at this very lake, under the stars on a warm summer night many many years ago.

But now he was no longer with you.

It was unbearable to sleep without Dean next to you. You were exhausted and sleep deprived but there was little you could do about it. Every night when you closed your eyes, his face would haunt you in your dreams. He would beg you to save him from the torture he was enduring and every night you would wake up, covered sweat with tears running down your face.

You got out of one of Bobby’s cars and walked towards the small pier. You took your shoes off on your way there, the old wood under your foot soles feeling rough and dry. Sitting down on the edge of the pier, you let your feet dangle over the water.

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Consolidated B-24 H Liberator, s/n 42-95379, ‘Extra Joker’ in the last photo taken of her on the 23rd of August 1944.
She belonged to the 725th Bombardment Squadron, 451st Bombardment Group. 15th US Air Force.

On that day, 'Extra Joker’ took off with a flight of five other B-24s from Castellucio Airfield, Italy on a bombing mission against Markersdorf Airdrome, St. Polen, Austria. She was flying in the number two position.
According to T/Sgt. Lindley G. Miller, right waist gunner in the lead B-24, “She was hit by a FW-190 in the attack ….the main tanks burst into flame, after which the ship went into a spin to the left. After dropping approximately five thousand feet, the ship exploded”. There were no parachutes seen leaving the plane as it went down near Turnitz, Austrianat 11.16am.
No search for survivors could be made as the plane went down over enemy territory.

All ten crew were listed as MIA

1st Lt Kenneth A Whiting - pilot Salt Lake City, Utah
1st Lt Alvin W Moore - copilot McMinnville, Oregon
2nd Lt Francis J Bednarek - navigator Ashley, Pennsylvania
2nd Lt Edward S Waneski - bombardier Brooklyn, New York
Sgt Peter Breda - top turret gunner Lima, Ohio
Sgt Harry V Bates - ball turret gunner Reinholds, Pennsylvania
Sgt Joseph Garbacz - right waist gunner Detroit, Michigan
S/Sgt Milton R Nitsch - left waist gunner Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Sgt Elmer J Anderson - nose turret gunner Los Angeles, California
Sgt Oscar W Bateman - tail turret gunner Baton Rouge, Louisiana

(Photograph taken by Group photographer Sgt. Leo Stoutsenberger) 
Stautsenberger had flown with the crew of the 'Extra Joker’ as their cameraman, but on that fateful day they asked him to fly on another plane to take photo’s of the'Joker’ in flight . Thanks to this coincidence Leo lived and made a series of shots of the loss of the aircraft. He said about this picture: “I felt guilty, helplessly snapping a picture while the men were burning inside. It happened so fast they didn’t have much of a chance , I had photographed a picture of death, with the crew burning inside. It happened so quickly that they had little chance of surviving.”

(Colourised by Royston Leonard from the UK and Researched by John Winner from America)