Three Line Tale #36: The unexpected intruder

She knew that there was a high possibility that she had been captured on any one of the numerous surveillance cameras that were planted inconspicuously, but she had stolen all the data that her people needed.

But she didn’t have much to fear since there was nothing incriminating – her identity was well concealed.

The humans guarding the data vault may deduce that there had been an intruder but even in their wildest imaginations, they wouldn’t think that it had been one from another galaxy.

This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 245 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for hosting this challenge. If you want to participate, please visit the link for instructions and other guidelines!

This story almost ended up being a horror story, but even I got a little spooked. So I ended it another way. 😉

I have pushed the 6WSP roundup post for tomorrow. I am slowly getting back to blogging and I didn’t want to bite off more than I can chew. I hope you will forgive me for the delay.

For the visually challenged readers, the image shows a very blurred image of a person on a pavement with very skinny legs wearing shoes. In the background, a well-lit foundation and a high-rise building can be seen.

Stay safe, everyone.

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44 thoughts on “Three Line Tale #36: The unexpected intruder

  1. Interesting twist to the tale! Summarizing an entire story in three lines is quite a challenge :).
    I visited your blog for the first time, thanks to MFA. Must say that your content is very intriguing! Keep writing :).

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