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Cosmic Malfunction

By Salvador L Gonzalez All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Scifi

Taken

You are viewing Historical Document Alpha 1.0, from Superior High General Salvador L Gonzalez. This is his personal account of the creation of HAZ and the events that led up to it.

Hello my name is Salvador and I am a zombie hybrid and this is my story. This story of mine doesn’t follow the typical zombie story of an evil organization creating a deadly virus and it creates zombies through a horrific accident. The origins of how I became a zombie is out of this world, far out of this world. I was walking home one night from getting some take away and some, ironically enough, sci-fi DVDs. I was half way home when I saw a bright light and then woke up with 4 hours gone and my food cold. Then I finally got home and my both my house mates let’s call them Jack and Tabitha, made a joke about me finally having a social life. They did this because I never went out in the day time, let alone the night time. I didn’t tell him what really happened that night as I thought it would be a onetime thing so there would be no need to worry. Now I decided to not go out at night just in case it was to happen again. So for week of not going out at night time, it then happened in the day time. That time I lost more hours then what I did the previous time that it happened. It was about 11am when I saw the light that was brighter than the sun. and when I woke up it was about 8pm. Look I had seen enough alien movies in my life to know what was happening to me, I was f*****g getting taken by aliens for whatever reason. I guessed I made them pretty desperate to take me during the day time. The big question that ran through my head at the time was what the hell they were doing to me during the time that I lost. The other question for me was, why take someone from Australia? I thought jokingly that maybe they saw enough movies and wanted to try somewhere else that was not America that all aliens take people from. After been taken by them I started to feel somewhat different. I started to read quicker and started to think clearer then what I normally do. Whatever those aliens were doing to me was making me smarter and smarter at a geometric rate. But this improved intelligence would be the only good thing that the aliens gave me. As the more intelligent I got the harder the aliens control me during the time that they took me, so I started to wake up in the ship. When I woke up the first time I saw a couple of them standing around me technology that could be best described as medical equipment. The aliens themselves looked almost human but with clear skin that revealed the body parts beneath the skin. What else was different was they had square shaped eyes that changed colours from red to black every now and then. I began to get so smart that I figured out their language but could not speak it with my tongue. Since I learnt their language I also learnt the reasons for the visit to earth and what they were doing to me. They are a very peaceful race, which gave up war eons ago, and so they wanted to find out what made the human race want to kill themselves. I found out that they had been watching the human race for a long time and have witnessed war after war though out the history of this planet. It was because of the recent wars with each other that they decided to run an experiment to find the “evil” that’s within humanity. They calculated that if one of us became a hybrid of one of them that they could find out what the “evil” was.

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