You can find details of Sue’s challenge here.
Only visible at low tide, access was treacherous now.
Some believed it to be an old maritime Look Out post and the howling winds captured the souls of the dying in bad weather.
In truth, it was a sacrificial chamber to the Sea Gods.
The Dark Mass on the horizon waited patiently, hungry for youth and blood.
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