Hey, I’m Zeph Wheeler of Digitus 233 fame. The rest of the group got together and decided I was the one who should take you on a tour of some of the great places you will visit. It’s probably because they are all still arguing about what just happened. It seems they don’t remember a thing about being thrown from a Learjet or being attacked by a polar bear, so it came down to me.
Honestly, after what I’ve been through I can’t imagine anyone willingly signing up for a tour of the ‘Tunnel of Horror’ I went through or visiting the arctic island where my brother and his team was abandoned with nothing but sweatshirts to protect them from the elements, but what the heck - we are here, so let’s get rollin’.
As you can tell by gazing at this scenic view, this is not the perfect choice for a vacation. To the port side of the ship you will see an arctic island covered in ice. While it looks breathtakingly beautiful from here that island nearly claimed my brother’s life, so I advise you all to stay on the ship. Oh look! Get those cameras ready, there’s a rock sticking out of the snow! Folks, you might not see another rock quite like that in your lifetime, so we will slow the ship down for this photo opportunity.
After the people on the jet dropped my brother and his team off on this piece of paradise they continued on to a location you might think was a piece of heaven on earth. I was stowed away on that jet in the cargo area and can tell you from personal experience that what you see with the naked eye is not always what it appears to be. Let’s steer the ship down south and I will show you what I mean.
As we make our way down the coast of South America you can see the gleaming white sand of the beach and the palm trees swaying in the breeze. This is more like it! Right? That’s where you are wrong. Look up the shore a ways and you will see the Digitus headquarters. To the casual observer, that huge gold and glass structure is a regular office building. In reality it is their control center for the dark deeds they perform in the quest to control the world. Yeah, I know it sounds too farfetched to be true and a month ago I would have said you were nuts if you had told me that, but folks, I was the lucky one that got to see it all with my own eyes. So again, you may want to keep your distance.
Down the beach you see an amusement park. Now that’s where the real fun begins. Not. Although those rides operate as regular carnival rides for the general population there is a more sinister reason they exist.
Well folks, that’s about all I can show you today, cuz if you see more they would have to kill you and that’s not a joke. These people keep their secrets close to their chest.
Thanks for traveling the Digitus Cruise Line where what you see is often not reality.
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Deep within the dark abyss of his mind, Zander tried to shout, but no sound escaped. It felt as though a heavy mallet beat against his skull. Pushing the pain to the back of his mind, he forced himself to focus and slithered through the murk toward a pinpoint of light. Gulping for air, he burst through the blackness and forced his eyes open.
A scream escaped before he could stop himself. Inches away, a face; a set of open blue eyes stared at him. Was it a dead body? He struggled with his arms and legs, unexpectedly unable to force them to move. He was tied up in some kind of silky material! The eyes in front of him blinked. This time he caught the scream half way up and swallowed it. He had to get control of himself.
Digitus, the world’s dominant corporation, has studied human nature for centuries. They are experts who expand on a human’s natural gifts and talents to create supreme world leaders in all major areas of science, art, religion, and leadership. A select few are handpicked each year to join the elite.
This year, as a final test of induction into the world’s most powerful super structure, five teens are dropped from a specially designed LearJet and land on a barren arctic island. They are forced to come together in an effort to survive and escape. Unfortunately, escape is short lived when a Russian ballistic submarine rescues them and a computer malfunction threatens an all-out nuclear attack on North America. Time is running out and the sub’s programmer cannot stop the computer failure. It is up to the teens to convince the Russians they should be allowed to give it a try.