The Stonehenge Man Incident
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 09, Louise rated it it was ok. Initially I thought this was a really good story, it was well written and I couldn't help thinking the writer had a fascinating imagination. Then it ended in such a disappointing anticlimax that it ruined the whole story for me. I think the writer could have ended it in a much more interesting way as they are clearly not lacking imagination. However, I would be interested in reading more by this author in the future.
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Stonehenge - Voices from the Dawn
Edit Delete Report. Report This Comment. In the early morning of a day in August, , a small group of young adults set up camp in the center of the Stonehenge structure. A freak weather storm that had blown in over Salisbury Plain struck at approximately A. Lightning struck nearby trees and even the stone monoliths themselves, which were reported by several witnesses to have glowed a bright blue, which caused them to avert their eyes as they heard screaming.
Later investigation into the reported screaming revealed no remains of the group, and only their smoldering camp equipment remained. Three notes from other members of the group were discovered singed but fairly intact approximately 7 kilometers from he original campsite, speculated to have been blown away from the tent, unseen by investigators.
Over a smoke we got to talkin' about how we "should totally camp in that big rock place in England. I wasn't really up to the idea, but after a few more smokes and a couple of drinks, I caved in. We'd invite our girls, maybe a few friends, and take a trip up to the place. He left a couple hours later and I turned it over in my mind. Seemed like a pretty good idea at the time, but I wasn't too sure if those dicks of "law enforcement" would let us.
To hell if Lucas didn't make us try. She was really into it. She said she always wanted to go "'cross the pond" or whatever she said.
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After lunch she askd me to take her over to Julia's place so they could talk about it; my guess is over their Jeannie or whichever show has that girl with the magic nose. After I took her their, I drove to Wilma's place.
Stonehenge comes full circle
She wasn't too happy about the idea. She said that she had dreams about "a circle of rocks" and "God's hand striking" or somethin' like that. I usually trust Wilma's dreams, and so does everyone else, but latel she's been hittin' the bottle after her old man died last month. It could've been one of her hangover dreams.
Maybe if she dreams somethin' else about it. After doin' work for a month at Mr. Jacobson's farm, we have money to buy stuff and gear on out to Stonehenge. Everybody's packin' up for tomorrow morning, but Wilma's still shakey. Around a week ago she said that she had another dream; we were at Stonehenge, camping, and it got so bright that nobody couldn't see nothin', and that we ended up somewhere cold.
Can't say that I'm not a little scared. But even for Wilma's dreams that sounds a bit outta there.