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"If the World Had to End Twice...": After using the orbiting Chronos Satellite to decimate both humanity and an invading alien force, Jacob Saturn, a woman named Sarah and a boy named Billy spend many years within Chronos, during which time, Sarah gives birth to her and Jacob's daughter. Fifteen



Appearing in "If the World Had to End Twice..."

Featured Characters:

  • Commander Jacob "Jake" Saturn (killed in explosion of Chronos satellite) (Dies)

Supporting Characters:

  • Sarah (killed in explosion of Chronos satellite) (Dies)
  • Billy
  • Jake and Sarah's daughter

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Other Characters:

  • Screll (aliens, killed by Jake Saturn) (Dies)

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  • Chronos Satellite (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "If the World Had to End Twice..."

After using the orbiting Chronos Satellite to decimate both humanity and an invading alien force, Jacob Saturn, a woman named Sarah and a boy named Billy spend many years within Chronos, during which time, Sarah gives birth to her and Jacob's daughter. Fifteen years later, Chronos' imminent destruction causes Commander Saturn to use the satellite's heat rays to give both his daughter and Billy a new chance for life on the now empty Earth while Sarah stays with him on the doomed satellite.

Appearing in "Mating Game"

Featured Characters:

  • Mona

Supporting Characters:

  • Barney
  • Linda

Villains:

  • Black Widowers:
  • Don Harper
  • Roger (aka Xelm)
  • Hal
  • Larry
  • Pete

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  • A spacecraft

Synopsis for "Mating Game"

Several "Black Widowers," alien male-spiders who can disguise themselves as humans, come to Earth to search for attractive female mates. They find a group of women and lure them back to their planet. When the men change back to their true form, giant spiders, they tell the females that they will die within moments after mating with them.

Appearing in "The Righteous Ones"

Featured Characters:

  • An unnamed father
  • Charity
  • Felicity

Supporting Characters:

  • Aliens (one is killed)

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Synopsis for "The Righteous Ones"

The Earth is in ruins after mankind has launched an atomic attack on one another. In one of the devastated towns, three survive; a father and his two daughters. As they roam through the destruction, an octopus-like alien suddenly grabs one of the daughters. The father shoots his rifle and his shot hits the monster. Other aliens come fourth and place "mento-discs" on the foreheads of the three family members. The discs are language converters and the aliens are intelligent beings. They inform the family that they have come to rescue them from nuclear poisoning, hoping to fly the family to a new world. Unfortunately, the father has just killed their pilot.

Appearing in "The Survivors"

Featured Characters:

  • Laurel Jenkins

Supporting Characters:

  • Brad

Villains:


Other Characters:

  • Jim
  • Myrgs (an alien race)

Locations:

  • Planet Myrg

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Synopsis for "The Survivors"

As mankind gropes for the stars, not all of his encounters with alien races will be peaceful. Case in point: Myrg, a distant planet colonized by Earthlings, much to the dismay of the planet's native race. Two such opposing forces can only breed conflict -- and in the end, only one race will be the survivors.

Appearing in "Forecast"

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Superioron (dies)

Supporting Characters:

  • An unnamed weatherman

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Synopsis for "Forecast"

An alien race is about to attack Earth. On board their spacecraft, they tune in to their monitor and see a human being reporting on "the expected hit this evening..." while pointing to a map of the United States. Scared, the aliens realize that their invasion is no secret to the "pink creatures." Suddenly their craft is attacked by "crystal ships" and the miniature alien spacecraft perishes in the snowstorm. Somewhere a weatherman continues his forecast.

Appearing in "The Monsters"

Featured Characters:

  • Michael Denton (transforms into a monster)
  • Gloria (Michael's wife, transforms into a monster)
  • Les Harding (killed by a cave-in) (Dies)

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Other Characters:

  • Steven Denton (Michael's brother, seen only transformed as a monster, killed by Michael Denton) (Dies)

Locations:

  • June ("in a year of the distant future")
  • A barren planet in the Alpha Centauri star system

Items:

  • Red fruit (transforms people into monsters)

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Synopsis for "The Monsters"

The month is June in a year of the distant future. Michael Denton, his wife Gloria, and Les Harding have journeyed to a barren planet in the Alpha Centauri Star system in search of Michael's brother, Steven, who vanished while exploring the planet several months ago.

Appearing in "Rescue"

Featured Characters:

  • Durkin (dies)

Supporting Characters:

  • Laura (dies)
  • Henshaw

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Synopsis for "Rescue"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "The Man Who Could See Yesterday!"

Featured Characters:

  • Brendan

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Could See Yesterday!"

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