Driven into his own mind after being attacked by an unknown assailant, the Stranger must face his inner demons if he wants to survive.
Return to the Black Death. When she finally fell asleep her mind was once again filled with images of Middle Ages Germany, she was brought back to experience more of his memories. Died and brought back, his daughter gone, his wife dead, his life by all accounts was over but he was forced to persist; this was then he met the deranged Vanguard and his celebrants.
Long ago the Stranger came to this town, he may not remember but they remember him. They want to make him pay for mess he made there.
Deborah was happy WAS. Forever changed by that night in that forbidden floor, she has memories that were not her own and glimpses of a terrible truth.
All actions have consequences, the bigger the action the bigger the consequences. Its astonishing what effect a single individual can have and not always for the better. The misadventures of Area 51 are brought to a close here but immediately the Stranger and Astarte find themselves caught in another dangerous situation.
Welcome to the Black Death. Back to Middle Ages Germany in a small town plagued not only by disease but also by a newly created vampire, will he hold onto himself or will he become the monster his wife thinks him to be?
Time seems to be running out for the Stranger and his newly found allies as Black Project Alpha, the greatest weapon of Area 51 is unleashed.
A burnt skyscraper, an employee mysteriously gone missing and disturbing rumours about the illusive director. Do you believe in vampires? I think its time you did.
Who is the mysterious woman and what does she have to do with the Stranger? We continue their misadventures surrounding Area 41 and the Roswell Crash.
The government agency concerned with the Occult, thought the drugs would take full effect removing Jennifer Humphries’ memories of the incident that took place. Her mind is cloudy, but she remembers parts. Enough to know they took Jason way, she is determined to follow the trail to its end, for better or for worse.