He opened his eyes, and the vibrations stopped. One by one the pieces of clutter fell from the air around him, and then there was silence. Even the sounds from outside had stopped.
“I can psych,” he said...
Alex has always struggled with his psych. But something is different. Something fundamental has changed for him, changed in the world around him. And it feels good...
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Music: “The Descent”, "Thunderbird", "Black Vortex", "Killers", Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).
Licensed under Creative Commons: By attribution 3.0.
Sounds used in this episode: Orbiting Planet (Gas Giant) by Prosser; Rocks Falling No Reverb Edition by ALLANZ10D; 01735 Falling Great Wall by RobinHood76; Cinema Boom Impact #1 by beman87; and Distantboom by Henrythetrain.