I forgot to mention that I don't own Supernatural and Once upon a time in a fairy tale.

7:15 to midnight.

Henry mills sat on the bed in his room and read a book of fairy tales to find a way to break the Dark Spell.

"Wait, what's this?" Henry said, coming across a strange section in the book called "Supernatural." The boy turned the page and, seeing the first Chapter, which was called "Winchesters in Storybrooke," began to read.

A day passed. During this time, the hard Drives managed to sort out the folders with documents, putting the most important ones aside. They found out the names of the inhabitants, the history of the city, but found nothing unusual, especially the reason why it is not on any map.

Suddenly there was a knock on the door of their room, and Sam put down another sheet of paper and got up to find out who it was. Behind the door was a boy, which Sam immediately recognized.

"Hey, you're Henry, right?" The mayor's son, right? Sam asked, remembering the folder signed in bold: "Henry".

" Yes, and you're Sam Winchester from Supernatural, am I right?" Henry asked, startling Sam.

No, I think you made a mistake, — said the younger Winchester, trying to close the door, but Henry had already entered the room.

"No, I don't think so. Your car is parked at the entrance, and this, " Henry said, and took a book out of his backpack.

"This is a book of fairy tales, not Supernatural," Sam said.

Yes, but it has an interesting story, " Henry said, and opened the page.

Sam took the proffered book and began to read it fluently, turning the pages. His gaze changed every time he saw the events of the day before yesterday and today described in the book. Puzzled, he smoothed his hair and handed the open book to Dean, who had been watching the boy and his younger brother the entire time.

Dean, look at this.

"Well, why did you come to us?" Sam asked as Dean read the first Chapter of the book, not understanding what was happening.

"I need help."

Yes? What is it? Dean asked, looking up from his reading to study the boy.

Is it possible? Henry asked for the book back.

Dean handed the book to the boy, who quickly flipped through it, returning to the "Fairy Tales" section.

Sam read the story aloud.

"So you're saying that the evil Queen, who looks like your mother in this book, cast a dark spell. It brought everyone into our world, and they forgot who they were? Sam said, trying to make sense of the situation.

"And Emma Swan, the Sheriff, who is actually the daughter of snow White and Prince charming, is supposed to break the Spell and restore everyone's memories?" Dean continued.

Yes, that's right.

Wow, this is fantastic! the elder Winchester exclaimed.

"Henry, let's talk about this while you go home, okay?" Sam said, looking at the boy.

"All right, I'll be back," Henry agreed, closing the door behind him.

After a long silence, the Winchesters discussed what they had seen and heard.

"It's crazy on the one hand, but on the other," Dean said with a sigh.

"What if it's true?" This explains why the city is not on any map and all the inhabitants look like characters from the book, — making a vague gesture with his hand, Sam said.

"Maybe, but even if it's true, how do we help the little one break this spell?


In the evening, the Winchesters, along with Jack and Cass, decided to go down to the cafe again for a snack, because they were terribly hungry, sorting papers from the archive and taking coffee breaks. After ordering the same thing as the last time, the same waitress, the company waited.

After talking about what had happened today, they all went back to their rooms, still rummaging through the pile of files and papers.