ALIEN PARK

SYNOPSIS OF SCREENPLAY FOR
ALIEN PARK


BASED ON THE BOOK

Alien Park

BY

Andrew and Julia Oien


Art Work

BY

Lauren Oien

Parks have rules, regulations, pathways to follow and warning signs to help keep you safe. This Park has some extra considerations for their guests:

- Your entire visit will be watched and recorded by the U.S. Government and visiting Alien beings.

- There’s a 10% chance that you will be taken by the Aliens for study sometime during your stay.

- There’s a 5% chance that if taken, you will not return.

- There’s 2% chance that if taken and returned, you will remember any of it.


National Park Ranger John Sloan is close to retirement after his 19 years of service. He has requested a new Park location to wind down and finish his career. Once settled into the new Park, he notices he doesn’t fit in well with his co-workers. He doesn’t realize that the other Park Rangers have all been handpicked for this work having special training and high level security clearances. Both John and his co-workers will soon realize that he was relocated to the wrong Park.

During his first week on the job, a child goes missing and the search is on--but not really. That bothers John--a lot. When his fellow Rangers fail to follow proper search procedures he embarks on a quest to find the child on his own. It is then that he unravels a conspiracy between our Government and the visiting Aliens.

This Sci-Fi story is about a Sand Dune Park in southern Colorado covering areas of snow topped mountains, desert valleys and sand dune hills. At 14,344 feet, a mountain peak stands next to the sand dunes having a tremendous 360 degree view. The time before this Park, this was the land of the Ute Indians and they claimed this mountain peak as holy ground and prayed to the mountain spirits within until they were relocated to reservations. During the time of the Ute many had come to survey and lay claim to the land including Spanish, French, Mexican and American explorers. This land has always had an irresistible pull for humans to visit and stay. The question is if there has been other outside sources wanting and inviting humans to visit for unfriendly reasons.

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Reviewing Book II, Alien Park:

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