I Killed the Man That Wasn't There - Darrell B. Nelson, Author


I Killed the Man That Wasn’t There – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat
 
Story #1 – I Killed the Man That Wasn’t There
How is that possible.  Someone has to be there in order to be killed.  Not if you create a Trans-Dimensional Origami Reactor.  That will surely do the trick.
 
Story #2 – I Never Meant to Hurt You
A childish prank gone wrong turns the whole human race into slaves.  How?  Simple.  Drop the prettiest girl in school down the sewer.
 
Story #3 – Conjunction
Headlines – ‘Man is stationed on Mars.’  Should be no problem.  The only living creatures on Mars are single celled organisms.  Yeah, no problem!
 
Story #3 – Cursed Ship
If you take a ship that took the life of its commander as well as 3 crewmates, revamped it and sent it up on another mission, could that ship be haunted?  No. Then where are the scratching sounds coming form.  Or should I say who.
 
2011
 

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