Tag Archives: Aliens

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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The Parking Fine

Officer Terkel hated working the Parking Enforcement duty. It was obvious punishment. Terkel sighed as he walked along the wet sidewalk. Sleeping with the Police Chief’s wife was fun, but stupid. Suffice to say, he didn’t take his job very … Continue reading

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The Spy Hotel

Marcus Poole hoped to retire anonymously. A former CIA agent who knew too much, he slipped away. He hoped to hide within the tiny Pacific island’s single hotel. He sat drinking at the little bar beside the dining patio. “CIA?” … Continue reading

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The Subtle Signs

FBI Investigations Team Leader, Frank Howard sighed. It should’ve been easy to find aliens. Unfortunately these aliens looked nearly identical to terrestrial Elm trees, except the aliens could run pretty fast. Adding to their troubles was they hunted them in … Continue reading

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Sociological Analysis

The International Balloon Rally at Bristol, England, reached a crescendo. The colorful hot air balloons were fully inflated and awaiting the signal to launch. Close by, alien eyes were watching. They hovered in a bubble of energy, invisible to any … Continue reading

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Clever Trade Negotiating

Gryxt, the alien leader of the trade team, sighed as he gazed at the carnival ride. “I thought it was a transportation device!” “Disappointing,” said Jurzyt. “These low-tech Humans have nothing to trade.” Plauxt returned with a bag. “Try this!” … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing

The alien starship nearly crashed into Earth. Luckily, the crew restarted the engines a scant 300ft above a lake. All was fine, except a package of exotic food fell out. No one knew how it would affect Earth creatures. Unaware … Continue reading

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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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The Dealer

Aidan sat on the steps before his flat, scowling, waiting for the aliens to get on with it. Behind him, the white cliffs rose up in the morning sun. He leaned back with his coffee and watched the creatures. They … Continue reading

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