I was walking to the corner store one night and I looked at the beautiful starlight in the sky. I saw one of the really big stars that had the most beautiful colors: purple, pink, green, red, blue, and yellow. There was a giant green star...but it actually wasn't a star. It was a SPACESHIP! It flew over me at 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 mph, and it sucked me inside!
"Ahhhh! Aliens!" I screamed once I was inside. Some of the aliens did experiments on me. When I got strapped to the laboratory table, one of the aliens said, "Cooperate and you won't be harmed." I pulled a handle that released me, and the angry aliens chased me all over the spaceship. I couldn't find a way out! All I saw in the hallway was the doorway to the laboratory room and a ladder. I tried climbing the ladder. I felt something on the ceiling, but it was invisible. I went through it and I was shot high into the sky. The aliens swooped down and picked me up. "Help!" I screamed. Then the aliens let me go, and I fell like a meteor through the sky.
I landed in the desert, and the aliens were gone. I thought I was alone, but then I heard a voice.
"Kid, are you all right?" the voice said. I looked up, and I couldn't even believe my eyes!
Standing in front of me was a pretty twelve-year-old girl and her name was Sandra. Sandra said that she also had contact with aliens the night before. I told her the entire scary story, about my contact with the aliens. We saw something scary in the desert. A dark tunnel. Sandra pulled out a flashlight and guided me into it.
It was really spooky inside the tunnel. Once inside, we were attacked by aliens! We screamed, running away from the aliens, but the aliens were faster. I saw a hallway that had a sign that said: "Welcome to the Hallway of Death".
We went into the Hallway of Death. There were guillotines, pendulums, choppers, spikes, knives, lasers, ice, stalactites, stalagmites, nets, windshield wiper cutters, broken pieces of glass, zombies, and aliens! We had to be careful.
When we reached the end of the Hallway of Death, we were back outside, and it was time for Sandra to go back to her planet.
"Good bye, Sandra," I said sadly.
"Bye, Matthew," Sandra said. "I'll never forget you." She gave me a quick kiss. Sandra stepped into the light underneath the same spaceship that I saw on my way to the store. Sandra waved one last goodbye, and she was instantly gone. Then at last, I walked into the corner store. The end.