The Extraterrestrial Highway by Steve Sorenson | Script Revolution

The Extraterrestrial Highway

An American Indian and her female drinking buddy from twelve-light-years away threaten to neutralize the electricity on earth unless all nuclear weapons are immediately buried.



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This Sci-Fi has a slice of horror, some hair-standing skin-chilling edge-of-the-seat thrills, and a moment of LGBTQ.

Carol bootlegs beer and hotdogs for the rescued abducted humans on her home planet and returns to earth with supplies for the needs of her kind embedded in the earth population. With assistance from her earthling female drinking buddy Dakoda, who’s a southwestern Indian, teaches her extraterrestrial friends, on Carol’s home planet, courage and how to fight hand-to-hand to defend themselves from their extraterrestrial enemies. Then they rush back to earth to halt an upcoming nuclear war.

This story is likened to: "THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL" meets "MS RAMBO" and rescues abducted "PASSENGERS" then somehow gets rid of the nukes on earth.

Thousands of docile aliens from planet Nexkar (Tau-Ceti ‘e’) are on earth studying our culture, assimilating, and breeding with us. These Nexkarians also are preparing to take over our planet through crossbreeding.

No one has ever realized that they may have had a one-night-stand with one or more of these humanoid ETs . . . Until now! (Do you know where your last “one-night-stand” is from?)

After an evening of drinking, Dakoda gets abducted from earth by three hungry ETs. Carol chases the evil meat-eating ETs in her private flying saucer. Meanwhile, Dakoda, while bloody and wounded, kicks those evil ET asses without her drinking buddy's help.

Carol finds Dakoda and rushes her to the Stella Hospital on Nexkar to have her drinking buddy's bloody wounds treated and to eradicate the virus she contracted from the enemy ETs before it dissolves her brain.

After released from the hospital, Dakoda experiences shocking social and cultural differences on her new planet to include the food that she strongly detests. She also meets some other rescued human abductees that the FBI would love to handcuff and another that Las Vegas would love to have back.

On an afternoon, Carol’s Nexkar beach community is attacked by some hungry, rival, and evil meat-eating ETs. Some of Dakoda’s Nexkarian alien acquaintances get abducted or killed during the assault. Using karate, Dakoda kicks a few of the evil ET’s asses until the rest of them had enough and escape in their flying saucers.

Carol’s Nexkarian husband is found partially eaten and dead on the beach surf. This gives Carol more justifiable resolve to hunt down and kill those evil enemy ETs.

Dakoda gives her new Nexkarian chicken-shit friends some courage by teaching them how to defend themselves and kick ass by using their hands.

Carol and Dakoda depart planet Nexkar with a fleet of three dozen flying battle saucers. They find the enemy ET base on the far side of the earth’s moon. Carol's armada of 36 saucers battles the evil ETs' hundred-plus saucers.

The war is fought with huge colorful explosions on the moon and in orbit that are seen from the earth. This shocks those on earth.

After the war and upon landing on earth, Carol and Dakoda must now stop the possible nuclear annihilation of earthlings from their most formidable aggressor. . . Humans!

EDIT #1: This story is strongly anti-nuclear weapons.
EDIT #2: This story explores the culture of two planets: One that is full of hate and the other populated by chicken-shits and the surprising mesh of these two worlds.
EDIT #3: The Extraterrestrial Highway is an existing route that covers 98 miles in south-central Nevada near Area 51 northern boundary. The town of Rachel and the Little Alien restaurant are about midway along the route and is the closest point to Area 51. It is advised to NOT pick up any hitch-hikers along the highway. Also, while at the restaurant bar, it is UN-WISE to pick up a one-night-stand there.

Submitted: February 19, 2019
Last Updated: August 14, 2021

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The Writer: Steve Sorenson

Enjoys Writing, Photography, and Poker. Graduated from the army film school that was then at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. (1969 for Still Photography & 1972 for Motion Picture.) Afterward, served as a motion-picture cameraman and still photographer in the United States Army Signal Corps. Some of my most notable military photography assignments were: 1)1969~71 Oakdale, PA. Provided photographic support for the army reserves and the ROTC in the Pittsburgh area. 2) 1971~72 Documenting the armistice meetings in Panmunjom Korea while being stared down by North Korean soldiers with eyes of steel. 3) 1977~78 Still and motion-picture documentation of army weapons, explosives, and equipment... Go to bio

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