If you look at Mutton County's tourism bureau, you'll find the following description - 'Mutton County is an idyllic, pastoral region with some of the nation's biggest farming businesses, ranging from traditional homesteads to mutlibillion dollar businesses. Dotted with sites of historical importance and modern excitement, Mutton County is an exciting place for all the family to visit.'
What is more rarely mentioned is that Mutton County has the highest rate of unexplained disappearances in the US. Across the US more than a thousand people are registered as missing each day, and while the vast majority are found again 4 or 5 of those become permanent missing persons. Of those 30 or so people who go missing each week, 2 or 3 will likely be missing from Mutton County.
With the local authorities stuck on how to explain these numbers and most often deciding it's some kind of error, the people know it's true. A lot of strange things happen. Things that don't happen nearly as often. But there are plenty of reasons to stay, too - good schools and a strong job market means that a lot of people are willing to put up with stories that happened to a coworker's brother or a neighbors cousin. So long as they're careful it'll be fine...right?
For Hunters - those who fight back against the things at edges of our world, that look at a school bus as canned food - Mutton County is a war zone, a constant battlefield with no end, no battle lines and no plan. No one can work out why so many nightmares are drawn to the area, only that they are.
Places of Interest
There are plenty of places in Mutton County. Some of them are more interesting than others. Some are more dangerous. And some are not what they seem.
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It's perhaps not too surprising that a lot of groups have an interest in Mutton County. As what those interests are...well, that's rarely clear cut.
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