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ALIEN DECEIT

“Ensign Jeffries, there’s been a malfunction,” said Samuels. Teleportation was risky. People used to end up in walls, underground, midair, even floating in space, but there hadn’t been any off world malfunctions like this in years. She glanced at the … Continue reading

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ALIEN PAINTBRUSH

“Check out the weird goop covering all the trees,” said Jimmy. “It looks like Starburst vomit.” “You’re disgusting,” said Rachel. “It wasn’t here yesterday.” Jimmy laughed. “Maybe your imaginary space aliens left it last night.” “The UFO was real.” “Sure … Continue reading

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SHORE 4: DEAD SHORE

“That’s the last time you clip your fingernails over my bunk,” said Flynn. His lip twisted into a sneer. “No more clip, clip. No more flying toenails.” That little habit had rankled Flynn’s patience for months. He holstered his flintlock … Continue reading

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SHORE 3: HOSPITAL SHORE

“They were aliens.” “You told me they were cats,” said the doctor. He tapped a pencil on his note pad. I glared at the doctor and raked my belly. I’d been relegated to the psychiatric ward ever since they found … Continue reading

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No Stopping

“Damn!” Mitch slammed his foot on the break, continuing to curse as the red light loomed rapidly closer. Eileen’s face twisted into an ugly snarl and her tone left no doubt of the contempt she felt for him. “Don’t you … Continue reading

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Conflagration

Flames tore at the old wooden house, devouring each board and the memories hidden within. Ian stood a good hundred yards from the structure shivering even as heat from the blaze scorched his skin. Emotions swirled in his mind vacillating … Continue reading

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Playhouse Poltergeist

Katie tugged at the top of her corset nervously as she waited for the curtain to go up. She told the costumer it didn’t fit ages ago but nothing was done to fix it. The costume wasn’t the only thing … Continue reading

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