Something from the sky collided with the ground in an ungodly hour in the morning. But what was it? An alien spacecraft? Government testing? Bombs? Whatever it was, it sure as hell was sure that nobody saw it. But they were wrong. -------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to the Jessop Society! Courtney Courtney had just woken up to the sound of her phone buzzing. Who the fuck calls at this time? Her blond hair was in an awkward bun at the top of her head. The phone stopped ringing as he slowly lifted her head in annoyance. "Ugh." He muttered as she sat up. Her parents had gone on a 'romantic' holiday away, leaving her home alone. Finally. She wanted to have a party soon, but she wanted to wait until Saturday. She decided that her lie in was finally over, Courtney got out of bed and to her giant desktop on her desk. Her love for computers was getting out of hand; wires everywhere, dissembled hardrives littered her pink room and at least five different keyboards were placed around the room. She turned it on, her background image one of Miss Jessop. Speaking of Jessop, the phone rung again. She sighed and picked up, "It's the morning, what can be wrong now?" Tyler-Lee Watching the explosion from the road, Tyler blinked hard. Was he seeing this? It was 6AM in the morning and the sun had just risen. It was dusty and cold, but his mother had forced him to take his two German Shepard's before he went out to meet his friends. The dogs - David and Gillian, were barking like crazy at the orange flames in the distance. This entire summer was getting weirder and weirder for the teen. Being the most skeptical one of the group, he had witnessed the most shit. Tyler attempted to get out his Polaroid to get a picture of the burning. He had the dumb idea to put down the leads of the dogs to get a picture of the flames. As soon as he took it, both dogs hurdled towards the flames, "David!" He yelled, chasing after the barking animals. He decided to get out his mobile as he chased after them. He took the nokia and dialed Chris's number. When he heard the phone picking up, Tyler started shouting, "Dude! You gotta contact the entire team, there's been a crash!" He dropped his camera into the sand as he finally caught the leads. "Get somebody to meet me at the 47' crash!" He referenced the sign which was put up in the roads. He didn't want to get closer, but he could smell an odd smell of fuel. He sat on the sand, trying to get his picture from the camera.