The Silver Locket

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
I wrote this for a story writing comp.

Submitted: May 29, 2010

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The Silver Locket...
The dream of Bianca Halardo was filled with monsters and the worst parts of her life including the time her parents had been killed. While out on a daily stroll, they were hit by a car driven by a drunken driver at 80 miles per hour. Her boyfriend, Jack, had been involved in a car crash when he had been riding his motorbike then died in hospital seven hours later, with Bianca at his bed-side which had happened only two months ago. As she dreamed the dreams got worse and she began to cry.
The only thing that meant anything to her now was a silver locket which had belonged to her mother and in which the centre stone had been lost. Her mother had said that “This is the most important thing to me, so now it belongs to you, guard it with your life.” Her parent’s left for a walk and never came back.
 As she dreamed she began to float above the ground with nothing attached to her at all. She was then lifted high above the ground to around 50,000 feet and entered a hatch of something stationary.
 Inside this hovering thing were lots of white lights and walls in which resembled something you would see on the Star-ship Enterprise.
Bianca Halardo had just been abducted by aliens!
The spaceship began to whirr loudly and then disappeared.
Unknown to any one, the space-ship was only using a cloaking device. It had not moved an inch.
Bianca woke up a few hours later in a room with lots of floating screens. The walls were covered with charts like the ones you would see in a science lab. There were people in white suits walking around. They weren’t really people they looked like big frogs standing on two legs with big eyes and were floating around on hover-chairs a few metres off the ground.
She tried to lift her hands, but discovered that they were locked down. She tried to move her legs but they were locked down too. She looked to her left to find that there were four of the strange little alien-creature things all sitting at a desk. They looked at her like she was some kind of animal. Which Bianca guessed that she was to them. An unknown animal of some kind which you would see in a zoo.
She looked to her right and saw something that struck her hard. Test tubes with live animals in them! There was every animal on the Earth except a “Human”, and she was that human!
Her mind was spinning at 600mph. She had just been abducted by aliens, locked on a table and soon to be put in a test-tube like all the other animals of Earth! A pair of ears poked up on the right side of the table to reveal a small alien.
Unlike the others, this alien had small pointy ears, a big nose, small body but a big head. It looked at her for a second then pulled out a big hammer, swung it up in the air and-
Bianca closed her eyes waiting for the impact, but instead of feeling immense pain she heard a metallic clang and the stress from her legs and arms loosen. The little creature had set her free.
There was one big problem: The bad aliens had notice too and had picked up what looked like Stun-guns and where running to the table frantically. The little creature tugged on Bianca’s shirt as if to tell her get up here they come!
She lifted herself off the table and began to run with the little creature tugging on her shirt.
The little alien by this time she had called Tug, began to splutter and wease and slow down. Bianca stopped too but only for a second because the froggy aliens were catching up. With out thinking she scooped up her saviour and began a mad sprint away from the froggy things. She ran through the white corridors past rooms and unsuspecting froggy things. As she ran Tug began to cry, but not lots of tears just one which smack bang in the middle of her locket hanging around her neck. The tear glowed an amazing green colour and set hard into a beautiful glowing green stone. It was like nothing see had ever seen before. There was no time to admire it the froggys were catching up. She kept running until she came to a hanger of some kind when Tug jumped out of her arms and ran to a space-ship jumped in and patted the seat next to him. Bianca jumped in and shouted “Home!!”
Tug gunned the engines flew out of the hanger and into the sky then turned around on the spot and fired a missile at the patch of sky where the big invisible space-ship was located.
The explosion was humungous.
While Tug piloted the little space-ship Bianca fell asleep and began to dream. This time about her adventure.
Bianca woke the next morning to find herself in her bed. It automatically snapped into her head that last night was all a dream. She looked around again just to make sure, but found no trace of Tug.
 There came a loud snore and her head snapped up to see where the sound had come from. There on the couch across the room lay Tug underneath a towel with his head on a pillow sleeping like a baby. Bianca ran over to him and scooped him up in her arms and gave him a big hug. Tug awoke then lifted up the locket she had been wearing and showed it to her. The centre stone was still glowing the green colour as it had last night.
The End


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