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The Specimen. (Part Two)
By Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Friday, December 09, 2011

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A man is at the mercy of extraterrestrial beings.

II.

I lay there, flat on my back, on a cold, steel table.  My joints hurt as the cold sensation started migrating through my body.  I couldn't help it: I lay there, trembling like a newborn baby.

Didn't help that I didn't have any clothes on either.  

I was at the mercy of these ... these ... THINGS.  They didn't look at all human: they were rather short in stature, but they were a light, sickly tan-grey color and their eyes reminded me of bug's eyes: they were huge, so huge, as a matter of fact, they took up the majority of their faces.

One of the aliens came up to where I lay and started examining me.  I didn't understand a word he said as he poked and prodded at my body.  I remember his long fingers were like ice.  I started shivering harder than ever, especially when he (or was it a she?? I didn't know!) started groping around my belly, chest, and legs.

The alien then told another one to get the supply kit (or at least that is what I thought he/she said).  A table with steel tools lying on top was wheeled beside me.  He picked one up and started poking me.  Whatever he was doing hurt.  I guess he was getting samples of my blood or fluids.  I don't know, but it truly hurt!  I couldn't really move anything: my head, arms, and legs were bound by steel straps, so I couldn't really see what exactly what was going on.

I begged them to stop, but one of the aliens came up to where I could see his face and gave me a cold, fishy glare.  At the sight of those big, black orbs staring angrily at me, I wanted to start crying, but I didn't dare do so.  

Suddenly, I felt something being rammed hard into my belly.  It felt like a knife. It burned like fire.  I couldn't help myself, but I cried out in pain.  The alien put his hand over my mouth, so I couldn't cry out any more.  I tried to move, but again, I could not.  I was trapped in a UFO, inhabited by seemingly unfriendly ETs, and I didn't know what was going to happen to me.  

I then saw a long needle above my head.  It whirred as it was lowered towards my face.  Closer.  Closer.  Closer, until it was just inches above my eye.  I squeezed my eyes closed until I felt cold hands prying my eyes open.  There was a sharp pain in my eye as my vision blurred, then disappeared altogether.  The pain was unlike any I had ever felt or experienced.  

The last thing I remember was blacking out.  

~To be continued.~  


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Reviewed by Paul Berube 12/10/2011
well updated, Karen.
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 12/9/2011
Ok I am officially creeped out well told story though!!!
In Christs Love
Michelle~
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/9/2011
Ewwwwww. This is a creepy little number ... well done, Karen!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.


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