- Grafton - Inside the mayor's building, behind the counter on a shelf immediately to the left as one enters.
- One copy accompanies the corresponding issue of Tales from the West Virginia Hills, along with one copy of Part 2. Issues of the magazine are randomly found throughout Appalachia, including a selection of potential spawn points.
Narrator: Welcome back, dear listeners. It's time once again to set aside all that you think know, all you believe to be true. Time to open your mind to the strange, bizarre, and sometimes terrifying world that exists in the shadows and fringes of our own where myth, legend, and rumor are made real. Yes, it's time for more thrilling TALES FROM THE WEST VIRGINIA HILLS! Tonight's episode, the Beast of Grafton is brought to you by...
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Narrator: Our tales beings in the rural hills near Grafton where locals have reported a strange creature lurking in the woods. Robby Cochrall and Peggy Mansfield were out on a date, celebrating Peggy's birthday. A full moon looms large as they drove.
(Tires screeching, engine noise)
Peggy: Robby, you're going too fast!
Robby: Don't worry, this nuclear roadster handles like a dream.
Peggy: Where are you taking me anyway?
Robby: I told ya it's a birthday surprise.
Peggy: Way out here in the woods? There's nothing this far out of Grafton, except that hospital by the river. Wait, I bet we're going to that new drive-in over in Clarksburg, right? Just so you can show off your slick new hot rod.
Robby: Ah, come on don't be like that Peggy. I just that thought driving would be romantic.
Peggy: Oh, Robby... Robby, look out!
(Brakes screeching) (metal thuds)
Robby: Peggy, are you okay? Peggy?
Peggy: Yeah, I'm okay.
Robby: What happened?
Peggy: There was a huge boulder in the middle of the road. I tried to warn you, but it was too late.
Robby: But look in the road, there's nothing there.
Peggy: How could that be? I-I saw it plain as day in the headlights. And just look at the front end: it's smashed right in. I mean... it didn't just get up and walk away!
Peggy: What was that?
Robby: Probably just a wolf.
Peggy: That didn't sound like a wolf to me!
(Loud footsteps in woods) (louder growling)
Peggy: There it is again!
Peggy: Whatever it is, it sounds like it's coming this way!
Robby: Look, those lights by the river! That would be the hospital, we can get help there. Come on.
(Car door closes) (Footsteps in grass)
Peggy: Ow! My foot! I think I hurt it in the accident! Look, I'm bleeding!
Robby: Everything's going to be okay. Here, lean against me. Ugh, there ya go. (panting)
(Footsteps in grass)
Narrator: Will our two love birds survive such a harrowing ordeal? Tune in next time for the thrilling conclusion of the Beast of Grafton.
Behind the scenes
The fictional character of Robby was voiced by Erich Schuett in this holotape.