Tag Archives: Alien Invasion

In Reality

Everyone thought it was a streetlight. It fizzled out when somebody needed it most, just like a real streetlight. In reality, it was an FTL transceiver used by alien spies. It transmitted a message as follows: In conclusion, we determine … Continue reading

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Remover of Problems

Hieronymus Greenwich stood beside the lighthouse at Wellington Bay. Generals called him, “Remover of Problems.” A mile away in a specially fortified position, Member of Parliament Roger Cogsworth gazed through binoculars at Greenwich. “That’s it?” he grumbled. “Our defense against … Continue reading

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Big Feet

Justin was sixteen when his dad, Greg, first took him out on patrol. They walked past burned out relics from the war. “I named my most critical gear after old girlfriends,” said Greg. “My signals scanner could detect RolyPolie transmissions … Continue reading

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An Easy Victory

Everyone was relaxed after the alien invasion. Colonel Harrigan stepped out of the vehicle carrier. Major Park joined him to chat. “I still can’t believe we crushed the alien invasion in only three weeks,” said Park. “Our scientists explained why,” … Continue reading

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A Lucky Break

It wasn’t only the fault of the comet. The object spilled out materials billions of years old as it passed close to Earth. Some of these strange materials, unimagined by scientists, settled upon Lochgilphead, Scotland. Under ordinary circumstances the materials … Continue reading

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Competitive Gift-Giving

It was bad enough that aliens were invading. It was worse that the battle raged on until Christmas Day. Human and alien blood ran in a nearby stream. Weary Human troops at the edge of the battlefield were low on … Continue reading

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Normalcy – Friday Fictioneers 13Sep13

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the photo. Genre: Science Fiction/Humor Word Count: 105 Normalcy “That time warp I stepped in was disorienting,” noted Justin. “Might’ve been worse,” replied Vincent. “You could’ve arrived before we defeated the aliens … Continue reading

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