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Chapter 5... Helping Interuniversal Strangers
I was beaten to the bridge by both Will and Marisa. They were over looking ops at a screen that showed a blip symbolizing a Starfleet vessel. "Robert, it's Starfleet." She said.
"The Messiah?" I asked.
"They're too far out for us to tell." Will just said.
"Hang on," Marisa said. "I think I can..." Our science officer began fiddling the consoles buttons like they were frets on a guitar.
"You know how to work this stuff?" I asked.
"I was the highest graded student in xeno-tech class." She said as she looked at Will. That's right they had that same class.
"The one class I flunked." Will said with an innocent smile.
I flipped open my communicator. "Starfleet ship," I called. "This is Lieu
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Adam's Landing season 1
Season 1 of Adam's Landing follows four high school students who gain ghostly abilities from a still repeating radio distress signal from a shipwreck off the coast of Oregan. Now they discover their abilities allow them to see, hear and ultimatly hunt the many evil ghosts that reside in their small home town and ultimately leads them to discover a faction of ghosts trying to take over the world.
Keith Csatlos has finally talked his best friend, Drake Kilmer, into asking out Sandra Xerxes out on a date and strangly enough, she comes up with the idea of a fishing date as long as her best friend, Cheph, is allowed to come along. Just as Drake thinks about heading back, Cheph gets a nosebleed, and soon so does everyone else on the boat until Keith starts puking. When they return the start seeing mists in the shape of people and very faint faces all over their school. They conclude that the things they are se
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Narrator: (while showing in order A.L. High, Frosty Galore and the suburbs of Adam's Landing) Every small town has a few skeletons in its closet.
Drake: (looks at his Uncle's house)
Narrator: And for Drake Kilmir, this is one big closet.
Drake: (looking at Sarge in disbeleif) You're a...a ghost?
Sarge: Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner.
Narrator: Welcome to Adam's Landing, (we see an abondoned warehouse, a wrecked gym and an old high school.) a small town with big secrets.
Frankie: (Staring Drake down on the deck of a beached battleship.) Spill it, you''ve been hunting ghosts.
Narrator: (Showing us Sandra turning her head, Keith wide eyed and Cheph amazed) And the secrets, only get bigger.
Cheph: (to Drake as if something trademark to the town happened) Welcome to Adam's Landing.
(Theme song starts playing as we see the team using their ghostly gifts)
Your, past times,
Consisted of the strange,
The twisted and deranged,
I hate that little game that you'll call,
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Drake Kilmir- A well rooted high school student who already has a game plan for his life, assuming nothing paranormal gets in his way of course.
Sandra Xerxes- Drake's crush with an unpredictable additude towards certain situations, she'll drop a bomb when surrounded by dead guys for example.
Keith Csatlos- A very positive 16-year-old high school kid who always looks on the bright side of things, he can also shed some light on the subject.
Alex "Cheph" (Pronounced Shef cuz he's a good cook) Shepard- A rather arragont guy who shows his true colors when his back is against the wall, and by colors I mean all black.
Frankie Kilmer- Drake's baby sister who is always sticking her nose where it doesn't belong, that includes her brother's ghost hunts.
Sergant Major "Sarge"- Yes, Major is his last name. A friendly Irish ghost who acts as liazon between the team and the ghosts living in Adam's Landing, also one hell of a story teller.
Mr. Bearing- T
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Chapter 4... Me, Myself and I
Will just got finished covering up his mirror corpse in sickbay. He sighed. "How long have they been here?" He asked.
I was standing just outside the door. "Well, with this ship feeling like a meat locker they could've been here for months on end." I submitted as we all exited sickbay.
Marisa was leaning on a bulkhead breathing heavily. "They look just like us." She gasped.
"Because they are us." Becca said.
"I feel like a walked over my own grave." Marisa said.
"Relax, lieutenant." I told her.
"Oh no, no, no, no," Becca started looking at one of their tricorders. "That's not good."
"This tricorder belonged to the other Becca." She said. "They're not part of the