The Steampunk Girl Time Traveler

June 22, 2017 at 5:16 pm (Espionage, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, Romance, Science-Fiction, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Dr. Cadbury Rocher had called his boss the billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set down to the Set Enterprises lab to show him something.

“This is a photographic image that Michelangelo the Psychic Lobster picked up from the date June 22nd 1931,” Dr. Cadbury Rocher showed Set the photo.

Serena The Time Traveler

“My god the Great Sun God Ra,” Set whispered, “it’s Serena.”

Serena was the name of Set’s fiancee who had been assassinated by a Soviet assassin Leonid Terovsky back in the autumn of 1924.

Her body was currently lying in a special lab at Set Enterprises.

Prior to that, she had been kept in a glass coffin (at low temperatures to preserve her body) at Set’s colossal West London mansion.

She had been moved to Set Enterprises Laboratories in the year 2000 when Set had hired the scientist Dr. Cadbury Rocher.

Dr. Cadbury Rocher was the great-grandson of French scientist Dr. Louis Rocher (who had come close to discovering the secret of immortality prior to his being shot down by the Red Baron in April of 1918) and Sherrielock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes’ lesser known twin sister who had attained immortality for herself by eating a specially prepared Lingzhi supernatural mushroom cooked for her by her husband Dr. Louis Rocher).

Set hoped that Dr. Rocher would find a way of bringing his beloved fiancee Serena back from the dead.

“That’s Serena all right,” Set recognized the Steampunk style skirted outfits that she loved to wear.

Steampunk is a genre of science-fiction where the science and inventions of the Victorian and Edwardian era carried on in an alternate universe and machinery was analog and not digital and based on steam power and not petroleum and where airships and dirigibles and monoplanes and biplanes and triplanes ruled the skies and not jets.

Steampunk genre had influenced movies like Wild Wild West, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Van Helsing and the 2009 Sherlock Holmes.

“What is she doing in that photo?” Set asked.

“Notice the Soviet Red Star on the train and she appears to be holding a detonator in her hands,” said Dr. Rocher, “there was an attempt to blow up a train Josef Stalin was riding in back on June 22nd 1931.”

“Serena has become a time traveler,” Set gasped, “and she’s tried to kill Josef Stalin the man who had arranged for the circumstances of her own death.”

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Thursday June 22nd
2017.

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9 Comments

  1. doesitevenmatter3 said,

    YAY! I love reading more about Serena!
    Great chapter!
    That is a list of cool movies…also, makes me think of Hugo, The Golden Compass, City of Ember, etc. 🙂 I love steampunk!
    HUGS!!! 🙂

  2. Dracul Van Helsing said,

    Reblogged this on Dracul Van Helsing and commented:

    A vampire novel chapter I wrote a year and a half ago.

  3. George F. said,

    Okay, I made it over here…hands? what hands? I don’t see no hands…

  4. David Redpath said,

    Thanks for that, Dracul!
    My dear wife now insists
    I travel to the island of Hokkaido
    to obtain some Lingzi
    supernatural mushrooms.
    The dilemma is, If I don’t
    I’ll never hear the end of it,
    but if I do, I’ll never hear
    the end of it!

  5. David Redpath said,

    Lingzhi, the mushroom
    of immortality, I meant.
    I often get my magical
    mushrooms mixed up.
    Once ate an Death Angel
    thinking it was Shitake!
    That was no fun gus.
    Really got me in the shitake.

  6. Dracul Van Helsing said,

    Shiitake on a Kawasaki
    leaves red motorbike brown
    hanging on to handlebars upside down

    Agrippina’s dish was no Wendy’s bacon mushroom burger
    Claudius’ reign ended with diarrhea without further murmur
    Nero then took his place on the throne
    And with violin, worked his fingers to the bone
    while enjoying the burning of the City of Rome.

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