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Jurassic World: What Could Go Wrong? Chapter 6 (Fanfic Friday)

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

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08/02/2016 11:47 am
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Welcome back to our latest installment to Fanfic Friday, PopStars! We are almost done with the telling of What Could Go Wrong?, and we aren't quite sure what will come next. We're feeling like our next Fanfic Friday adventure will see us tackling the imaginative world of either be Captain America or Star Trek. If you have a preference, let us know!

But for now, let's return to the world of Addy and Alan in Jurassic World: What Could Go Wrong?!

What Could Go Wrong? Chapter 6

“Owen, this is Addison Walsh,” she introduced herself over the radio. “What is a code red?” she demanded, heart pounding in her chest.  

All she heard was static through the other side until it broke and Owen’s voice belted through. “I shouldn’t be telling you this but the hybrid found a way to climb over its gate. We haven’t located it yet, but know for now that it isn’t in the tourist areas. Yet. So everyone needs to leave before we have a serious disaster on our hands. Can you two help with evacuation?’  

Addison looked at Alan, knowing how angry he would be. “What do you want to do? We can get on the ferry right now before anyone else and get off the island.”

Alan frowned at her suggestion. “I would never leave these people behind to face what I’ve faced. We will get every last person off of this island, even if we don’t make it,” he announced firmly, even while watching Addy’s face turn paler than a ghost.  

She clicked the button on the side of the radio “What can we do?” she asked in a voice that was barely more than a whisper. She almost wondered if Alan were staying to punish her and make her live through his hell after forcing him to come back.

“Whatever area you’re in, direct all visitors back to the ferry. The mainland is sending extra ships, so we can maximize the number of people leaving. I’m on my way to let the raptors out. They should be able to help fight it back to its pen when we do find it,” Owen explained.  

“You’re allowing the raptors to run free?” Alan asked, his tone slightly frantic, yanking the walkie out of Addison’s hand.  

They heard Owen laugh before he responded, “They are the least of our worries. Over and out,” he signed off.  

Alan and Addison looked to each other to form the best plan to get people’s attention. “I’ll go inside the Mega Sea Dino Show and make an announcement. You stay here and tell passersby. Then, we’ll move on to the next section,” Addison suggested.

Alan shook his head placing his hand onto her shoulder. “I’m not leaving you alone anywhere on this island. Go in there, and come right back out.  We’ll go together,” he said firmly.  

Addison ran up to the stage, which stood very close to the tank -- too close for comfort. “I need the mic,” she quietly told the trainer.

Quickly handing it over, Addison took a steadying breath before making her announcement. “Attention guests! Due to a technical issue in the park, we will be closing immediately today. You will all get refunded at a later date, but, for now, I need everyone to find their way calmly to the exit and head to the ferry dock. There will be more ferries coming in to handle the volume. There’s no need to panic, but please do not loiter around. It is essential that everyone get off the island.” Finishing her announcement, she saw people hesitating to get up and leave. Luckily, the giant sea beast in the tank behind her breached out over the water’s surface, causing everyone to quickly get up and move out.  

“Alan, I got them taken care of. Where should we head next?” Addison asked, rejoining him as promised.

Alan pulled out the map he’d stuffed into his pocket. “We need to go further into the park, unfortunately. Those people are closer to danger. I’m sure the T-Rex Kingdom visitors have already been motivated, but we should start at the petting zoo and, then, head back towards the kayak exhibit."  

Addison nodded in agreement. “And this is where we hope we don’t run into a giant T-Rex with human brain capabilities along the way,” she said, her tone kidding but her face serious.  

Alan immediately grabbed the walkie once more, “Owen?” he called into the static. 

It took a few moments before they got a response, but Owen came through, “Yo?”

“Is there anything we should know about this D-Rex in case we run into it? For example, the T-Rex can’t see movement,” Alan said, trying to have some kind of plan for preparedness.  

“My only advice is to run. You might want to stop by any of the trainer stations and grab a tranq gun,” Owen said, his tone a little less than optimistic. “Owen out.”

Addison shook her head. “That’s great. Well, when we get to the dinosaur petting zoo, we’ll arm ourselves. I wish we’d known before they shut down the sea monster area,” she said, her tone sad and full of fear.  

Alan placed a finger under her chin, forcing her to look into his blue eyes -- she always noticed those. “You’re not dying on this island. This is not my first rodeo. I may not be prepared for this creature, but I’m sure we’ll find a way,” he said reassuringly before grabbing her hand and continuing on their mission.  

And that's all for this Fanfic Friday! Be sure to check back next week to see how the adventure continues for the brave Alan and Addy. Be sure to catch up with this story or previous FanFicFridays!


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