Part 2 Singularity And The Robotic Zombie

October 27, 2008 at 2:11 pm (Vampire novel)

 Part 2 Singularity and The Robotic Zombie


“Tell me, have you ever heard of an individual called
Renfield R. Renfield?” Akira Lane asked.

“Yes, I have,” Dracul replied.

Renfield R. Renfield (the R. stood for Renfield) was
the evil shapeshifting hamster who served as Chief
of Security and CyberIntelligence for the London-based
ancient Egyptian vampire Set.

“He’s apparently been digging up dead bodies
in the local cemetery here and hooking them up 
to robots,” Akira explained.

“Sort of creating a cyborg robotic zombie then,”
Dracul thought aloud, “where did you say that
you were calling from again?”.

“Roswell, New Mexico,” Akira Lane replied.

“Roswell, New Mexico?” Dracul was incredulous,
“the site of the supposed 1947 UFO crash?”.

“That’s right,” Akira nodded although since she was
speaking over the phone, Dracul couldn’t see her 
nodding.

“Knowing the type of individual we’re dealing with here,”
Dracul said in reference to Renfield, “I wouldn’t be
surprised if those weren’t the dead bodies of ET aliens
that Renfield was digging up and hooking up with robots.”

“Would the U.S. government have actually buried the bodies
of the UFO occupants in a local cemetery where any ET
hunting grave-digger could have easily got at them?”
Akira asked.

“This is the U.S. government we’re talking about,” Dracul noted,
“they do think like a typical bureaucracy at times which is to
say they don’t think at all.”

And in a cemetery in Roswell, New Mexico, Renfield hooked
up the body of the dead gray ET to the Japanese built robot
(the Japanese and the South Koreans built the best robots
in the world) and then generated an electrical shock
into the creature.

The combined ET alien-automaton stirred and
mumbled, “ET… foam… groan… “

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