Tag Archives: Aliens

Really Different

Dr. Guzman saw her in obvious distress at the side of the road. He stopped the car and rushed to her aid. “What are you doing here?” he said. “Aliens just landed and all of San Ignacio de Velasco is … Continue reading

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The Decision

The First Contact Team placed their starship in low Earth orbit. Even with naked eyestalks, they could see the Great Wall of China. During further orbits they located The Pyriamids and the Taj Mahal. “Clear signs of civilization!” said Vyrllt, … Continue reading

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Poppa’s Legacy

Glenn sighed as Jason fired another hole-in-one into the frisbee golf basket. “You’re too good at this game,” said Glenn. “I’ve never been off the farm all my life,” said Jason. “Got lots of time to get good at it.” … Continue reading

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The Experiment

The creatures that Brent saw in the alley were undoubtedly alien. He cautiously peered around the cardboard box that was his home. They looked like clothed bunnies with enormous antennas. One of them stepped forward. “I am Fureet, a scientist … Continue reading

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Critical Supplies

At first, Sally and Dave were terrified when they saw the alien spaceship land. Even worse, the centauroid alien had a wolf-like head full of teeth. Turned out he was quite friendly and settled in to enjoy picnicing with the … 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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The Unseen War

Two alien starfighters battled in the narrow streets of Earth’s Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. Their deadly battle was dangerous enough, but they raced between the closely-spaced buildings, challenging death with every turn. They raced down the river that ran through … Continue reading

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