Tag Archives: Alien Abduction

Cravings

Bryce guided his sailboat into the slip where his RV waited. The aliens had returned him as they promised, but he’d lived on alien worlds for so long he missed simple things like a good chili-cheese dog. He sighed, “Oh … Continue reading

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The Decision

Piper worked on her latest music composition, looping parts through her keyboard while adding another part on guitar. An alien crashed through her door, blasters raised in tentacles. “Ohmigosh!” squeaked Piper. “Are you abducting me?” Hah’zul’s mission was indeed to … Continue reading

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The Abduction

They all sat around the dying embers of the campfire. Esme, the youngest of the three, shivered. “We need more fire,” said Sylvia. She lifted her hand up and the stacked wood floated through the air until it landed in … Continue reading

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Promising Career

Maverick FBI Agent, “Coyote” Mueller, stood on the porch beside Delilah Stapleton. In the many months of prosecuting the alien-abduction case, he’d grown close to the Stapleton family. He visited them often even though sixteen-year old Ashley had returned. “Look … Continue reading

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