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As man walked the earth with no fear they went upon their little affairs with no worry at all but little did they know they were being watched by creatures far away - - Martians No one gave a thought at this time that there could be beings on another planet watching over them planning to attack But let me remind you Mars is 140000000 miles away from earth and it gets only half the amount of heat and light as earth does from the sun So we wonder how something could exist on this planet Many people think Mars must have been created before the earth for the Martians to have such advanced technology At least thats what H G Wells thought Until the main character meant the astronomer Ogilvy he had not heard about the little bright light in the sky that was written about in the DAILY TELEGRAPH Many people didnt bother to care about this small circle in the sky But one night main characters name in here and his wife were walking home they saw red green and yellow lights in the sky and thought nothing of it as everything seemed so safe and tranquil Then in the morning the first capsule hit the earth As it landed people went to search for it Everyone thought it was a meteorite but it was so large no one had ever seen a meteorite this big before An enormous hole had been made by the impact and the sand and gravel had been flung in every direction As the crusty gray edges of it started to peel off the people realized there were men or some other being inside As people rushed to the area where the meteorite fell the newspapers were writing about the dead man from mars Then the thing began to open and everyone stepped back to see what was coming out It looked like it
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