While on a tour of Space Park in California, Ken Likeley is given a rather odd souvenir by an annoying member of his tour group. Ken thinks nothing of it until an extraterrestrial turns up at his house claiming to be from the asteroid Oumuamua and demands Ken turn the souvenir over to it. Ken refuses until Planet, Ken’s neighbour’s dog, takes control of the situation.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme, Magical Mystery by 8TH Mode Music, Audio Jungle Music Mass Reproduction Licence.

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Ken Likeley, is having breakfast when he bites down on something hard. The object breaks a crown and Ken‘s day goes sideways when he tries to return the cereal he was eating to the Whole Caboodle Mart. The store’s owner turns out to be much more than a micro-scale merchandising proprietor, and Ken finds himself in a universe where abstract agreements such as the value of money and the shelf-life of Twinkies no longer exist.

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchell Tew.

Opening and Closing Theme, Magical Mystery by 8TH Mode Music, Audio Jungle Music Mass Reproduction Licence.

Radio static sound FX licensed from Sound Snap (soundsnap.com)

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Ken Likeley, a city clerk who toils day in and day out to ensure that everything in his life and world is logical and predictable, finds a small white card on his office floor. After picking it up, reality begins to misbehave and Ken finds himself adrift in the multiverse.

Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchell Tew
Opening and Closing Theme David H.

Makeshift Stories is released under a creative commons non-commercial attribution no derivative license. Which means that you are free to share our stories just remember to credit us and don’t alter anything.