The year is 2012. Gellin
had almost worked his hands loose from the rope. Though he had been blind folded he had leaned back far enough a couple of times in the last couple of hours to see several other blind folded people.
He heard footsteps on the floor of the plane and stopped fidgeting with the rope. The man paused beside him and Gellin held his breath. After several anxious seconds, the plane began descending and the man continued walking toward the front of the plane.
Once again leaning back, Gellin was able to see an island.
A female voice spoke, barely preventing herself from crying. "What do they want with us?"
Gellin gently shushed her, aware of the earlier threats from the kidnappers about being quiet.
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Emanon sat quietly in his seat, unnoticed by the passengers around him. For some time he had been watching the red headed man two rows up, and just across the aisle from him. The man was trying to free himself from his bonds, and was having some success as well. Emanon smiled, knowing that this one would deserve watching. Even though it had been the frightened prayerful pleas of the young woman near the man that had brought him, Emanon quickly realized that (as had been the case in times past) he may have been sent for the comfort of one soul, but many, many souls were going to be in need. Just then, the red head stopped his struggles with his bonds. A tall, slim, dark haired man was walking up the ailse towards the cockpit. Turning his eyes towards the window to his left, Emanon smiled, sighed, and knew that soon, very soon, worlds were going to collide. Lives would be changed forever, in ways none would have ever dreamed possible, and, yes, some would be lost. He would be there, and he would do what he could. Still, this red head deserved watching. It just might be that this fellow would be the difference for many of the passengers with regards to if they survived what was to come or not.