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During his short stint in Hellmouth, Voorhees established himself as the Beams' Bad Boy. He would often disappear immediately after games, with teammates and staff finding him unreachable for up to days at a time. Rumors spread throughout Hellmouth of Voorhees' proclivity for nocturnal activities, and sightings of him along Old Highway 191 in the middle of the night became more frequent as Season β7 drew to a close.
During the last inning of the season's final game, Voorhees slipped off the field unnoticed. As the inning ended, members of the Sunbeams team, grounds crew, and management office found that as he left, he had slipped thank you notes into their pockets, shoes, hats, and safes, each thanking them for showing him kindness during his time in Hellmouth, each hand-written on expensive stationery and featuring playful hand-drawn cartoons of smiling knives. Nearly all reported feeling a chill go down their spine at some point during the ninth inning.
Voorhees was last seen alive at an abandoned Backbox Steakback on the outskirts of the Hellmouth, near the wild regions where the Shadows stretch impossibly long. Yet still, Hellmouth residents still report seeing a masked figure out on Old Highway 191 at night...
- There have even been reports of said figure chasing a screaming Mike Townsend through the Shadows.