The Boy-Silent Whispers Book 2

After dinner, we were focused on our tablets and computers, simply relaxing when Tina pointed something out.

“Yes, there’s a teenage boy with short curly blonde hair,” I said, after looking in the direction Tina pointed to.

“They took me from my parents,” he said.

He showed me Greys did something to him. He was held down on a platform without physical restraints. He appeared completely paralyzed. They sent energy to the middle of his forehead.

“They didn’t speak; they were all around. Some were watching, some were doing.”

“I’m so sorry this happened to you,” I said.

“I don’t even know where to go anymore. Some say look there at the light, but I don’t know if I can trust it.”

“Did they take you from your house?”


“My little sister though, my little sister, she kept running around and saying things about monsters in the bedroom. We would laugh. We thought it was a funny game. No one thought it was real, but then they came for me. I feel so bad I did not believe her. 1985. I just want to go home, I just want to see my mom and dad and my sister if she’s around. I just don’t know if they took her too. She’s the one. I didn’t believe her, I thought it was her imagination,” he continued.

“I’m so sorry…”

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