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Chapter 2: Just the Facts

I stole a fleeting glance at her clearly attractive legs. Attractively clear legs, I thought. Continue reading

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Chapter 1: A Very Unique Case

After a pause she quietly started to pull at the fingers of her open glove. I watched with a deep fascination, like a teen at his first strip club, as the top of the glove separated from the sleeve that extended just below her elbow. The sleeve looked entirely empty. Continue reading

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Out of Mind, Out of Sight (by Bob Bentley)

Lester Zelensky strode confidently onto the beach. It was a warm day and several women were playing volleyball. But that’s not what Les saw. He saw one-piece bathing suits, bikinis, and a few shorts with tank-tops playing volleyball. To Les’ view they were all invisible. He smiled at the thought. Continue reading

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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Saw Through Me (by Bob Bentley)

Austin spotted something unusual in the crowd that was starting to part. All eyes were drawn to a truly unique sight. There in the center was a dancing figure. It had white vinyl thigh boots, but no legs. It had long pink gloves but no arms. It had a black leather cap and reflecto shades but no head. It had a psychedelic minidress but no body. Continue reading

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Plane Crash (3/?)

Once they had passed the offending thicket, the source of the voices became plainly evident… Bryan was seated at a table, laughing and enjoying the company of… Paulette?! It took Paulette a moment, after doing a double take, to deal … Continue reading

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Plane Crash (2/?)

Full disclosure: there is no actual airplane collision anywhere in this story. Paulette and Robin, after experiencing the fondling, caressing, and other ministrations of the unseen hands, left the house and went on with their day. Paulette, as usual, was … Continue reading

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Plane Crash (1/?)

Full disclosure: there is no actual airplane collision anywhere in this story. The faint light of dawn fell upon the sleeping figure in the small, cluttered bedroom. Moderate snoring could be heard as the figure began to stir. The comforter … Continue reading

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A Dream (original)

I first wrote this back in 1999 or 2000, the very first story I wrote and posted online. It was basically a stream-of-consciousness thing, written as it came to me, so there is little continuity as you go along in … Continue reading

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To Stalk Unseen 01

He didn’t notice the men unloading the truck in the forecourt. He just walked past them as if they’d been invisible. Jake, the warehouse foreman, called out, “Cheer up Max, it might never happen.” Max showed no sign of having … Continue reading

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To Stalk Unseen 02

Max was the last person to leave the office that evening. He couldn’t stand the thought of returning to an empty house, and he didn’t feel up to an evening of pretending to be happy with Dan and the others … Continue reading

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