An experimental NASA flight goes horribly wrong, and the unlucky test pilot wakes up unhurt, back home. Struggling to discover what happened, Eric Morgan returns to NASA prepared to face a thousand questions as things continue to unravel around him. Is he still human or a new species, and what does that mean for those around him?

Eric encountered something strange in the dead of space which left him forever changed. Testifying before a Congressional subcommittee, he inspires fear and hope. As the danger mounts, he tries to fall off the grid and begin a new life as he struggles with what happened, but the rest of the world won’t allow him to walk away. Is he a threat or a blessing? Is he helping humanity or threatening them? Should he explain himself or hide? And what about those close to him? How will the changes to him impact them?

01: On a World Stage

Eric Morgan disappears from vision on National television.

02: Otherworldly Catastrophes

Things go horribly wrong.

03: Unanswered Questions

Eric awakes in a strangely familiar place and begins a difficult journey.

04: It’s Hard to Hide When Everyone Knows You

Eric travels cross country to check in.

05: Internal Interrogation

Eric faces tough questions he can’t answer.

06: Head Games

A visit with the company shrink.

07: It’s Not as Easy Being a Passenger

Eric and the NASA team head to Washington, D.C. to face the music.

08: Inquiry or Inquisition

The Congressional Investigation of NASA begins.

 09: Visitors

Some unexpected guests show up for an interview.

10: Three Blind Mice

Things take a dangerous turn.

11: Revealing Personalities

Everyone’s plans become … oblique.

12: The Last Straw

A surprise during an interview upsets everyone’s plans.

13: Advice from One Who’s Seen the Light

Eric gets advice from an unexpected source.

14: In the Wind

Eric takes on the life of a drifter, with a few friends.

15: Charity

A hand up, for those who need it the most.

16: On-the-job Training

The intersection of the intellectual and the mechanical.

17: One Last Appeal

Offering to help is often harder than providing it.


What becomes of the ISSDD project.

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