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HALE NO

Copyright 2015 by Andrea Anderson

Illustrations copyright 2015 BY ANDREA ANDERSON

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Halvern No was born on September 14, 1988, in Los Angeles, California. As a young teenager, he was given the nickname “Hale” by his father—he wanted the nickname to instill the “fear of going to hell” because of his street gang activity. In his early teens, he started committing petty theft. He stole cars for joy riding but was never caught. Hale went to jail for participating in an underground cage fight and nearly killed his opponent. One morning, he’d awoken feeling like he was hit with a ton of bricks and voices that whispered his fate in hell. Those haunting voices convinced him to exit the gang life.

 

After his release from prison on his 20th birthday, he headed home to see his parents. They welcomed him back and celebrated as a family. After a festive day with his parents, Hale headed off for more fun with friends and a renewed spirit—but an evening of fun had fallen short. He learned that his parents was killed nearly an hour after he left. He felt a coldness entering into his body and couldn’t stop the criminal thoughts from hijacking his brain. He wished he was a superhuman so that he could easily get them and evade jail time.

 

But a heartbroken, guilt-ridden Hale had imagined his parents watching him from heaven with tears of sadness, and he did not want to disappoint them. Hale did not want to end up in jail mourning his parents. His conscience forced him to forgive and let it go.

 

Two years later, Hale started attending Bible School and became passionate about his new Christian Faith. The pastor of his church became fond of the homeless Hale and allowed him to live in his church. Hale began to preach daily in gang-infested neighborhoods in South Los Angeles; his voice became raspy and thin from preaching. He often mentored high-risk youth’s at the “Magic Johnson” Park. But when the Illuminati Gang-Bangers heard about Hale’s anti-crime message, they sought revenge for his preaching of Christianity. On a late Sunday afternoon, Hale was walking out of the church parking lot when two masked men approached him. They started mocking Hale for his Christian beliefs. Then one of the gang members pulled out a gun and shot Hale. Eight hours later, he woke up in the hospital with a gunshot wound to his head and on the brink of death.

 

After two years of physical therapy, Hale was barely able to walk and suffered from seizures. He still lived at his church and was given care by some of the church members. One member, Reliability Lester, asked Hale to be his patient in pursuit of curing his illness. Hale was hesitant—his friend was a college dropout, and a self proclaimed genius in computer and neurosciences. Feeling he had nothing to lose, he let Reliability moved him out of the church and into his home to begin treatment. In just one week, Hale was walking normal again. In fact, he could run at a never before awesome speed. His seizures were controlled through surveillance with the touch of key from Reliability. The two bonded well, and Hale felt like the superhuman he always wanted to be. And Reliability had a bigger agenda than just curing his friend. He felt the world was ready for the first Christian Superhero, and he felt Hale could be that man.

 

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NEWS BROADCASTVARIOUS SCREENS, VARIOUS PLACES

STUDIO ANCHOR

Breaking news! 15.0 – magnitude earthquake just struck California. And now the State is floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean far away from its neighboring cities.

SERIES OF SHOTS

LINDA LEU, 12, Christian. She is on her knees crying and praying. Her mother is trying to comfort her.

FRANK HUGHES, 32, grocery store owner. He is scrambling to get everything he owns while rioters are ransacking his store.

STUDIO ANCHOR (CONT’D)

More Breaking news! The State of California is now floating across the Pacific Ocean — you heard it right ladies and gentlemen. Many believe the Illuminati cause the earthquake. Let’s go live to Mae Chiles.

EXT. IN FRONT OF THE WHITE HOUSE GATES – 11:53 AM

ANCHOR

Thank you Donna. We see crowds chanting “Get rid of the Illuminati!” “Time has passed and you have done nothing!” Oh my goodness! Something just happen!

THE NEWS HELICOPTER IS CAPTURING PICTURES of CALIFORNIA SINKING IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN.

ANCHOR (CONT’D)

Okay, more breaking news. A dome shaped iceberg (bigger than California) has somehow attached itself to the state. Oh, Ladies and Gentleman, America has never experience anything like this.

EXT. CALIFORNIA – Evening

The streets are swarming with citizens running scared, and most are disabled from all communications. Numbering close to 10 thousand, heavily armed Illuminati members, some in uniforms and some dressed in suits, invading homes and are bullying the citizens. They are demanding that everyone obey their orders or risk being killed.

ANCHOR (CONT’)

Ladies and Gentleman, you just saw the video footage. California is underwater.

 

While California is under heavy surveillance by the Illuminati, seventy two hostages are jumping and swimming towards Catalina Island — the high-tech ready Island is floating under California.

Int. The White House – Day

THE VICE PRESIDENT ENTERS THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE.

VICE PRESIDENT

Madam President, our drones have located California. But there is no way our guys will be able to rescue the hostages in under 35,000 feet of water.

She takes long blinks and adjusts her silk jacket.

PRESIDENT

This is good news, but we will have to negotiate to bring them back home.

VICE PRESIDENT

You know that the Unites States does not negotiate.

She gets out of her seat and starts to pace.

PRESIDENT

 Ha! They waited until a woman got into office to pull this travesty off. Well, I’ll show them what the first Madame President is capable of.

VICE PRESIDENT

Madame President, are you really planning to negotiate?

She gives the Vice President a blank stare.

PRESIDENT

(deep voice)

I will negotiate.

INT. CATALINA ISLANDEVENING

Hale just finished practicing using his high-tech gadgets.

HALE

(looking in the mirror)

I’m no superhero. I’m just a former punk who used to be a gang banger.

He is looking out into a small window staring at the different ocean creatures.

HALE

This is crazy! I am living on Catalina Island preparing to go to battle with the Illuminati.

Hale is walking down the hall carrying his high-tech suite. He walks into Reliability’s office — and the closer he gets to Reliability, the more fearful he becomes.

RELIABLITY

(European Accent)

One question. Where in the heck have you been?

Hale pats Reliability on his shoulder.

Hale

(Smiles)

The Lord said “vengeance is all mine, I will repay said the Lord.” But…I’m struggling not to want to avenge my mom and dad’s death.

Reliability stares Hale in his eyes.

Reliability

(heavy eyebrow frown)

You look like a man ready to die. I hope so…you’re not expected to survive this mission.

Hale looks at Reliability for a long time. Hale is trying to hide his fear of facing the Illuminati as a one man army.

HALE

(talks nervously)

I pray for the veil of protection from God.

RELIABILITY

(concerned)

I feel like you are pretending to be ready. Hale, we have been preparing for the Illuminati for years and you look weak to me.

HALE

(Making a fist)

Don’t yell—I’m ready. You’ve got to have faith in me.

He has less than 15 minutes to get suited; less than four hours to free the hostages and get back to land.

 

TO BE CONTINUED


Hale No

The Origin of Hale No Halvern No was born on September 14, 1988, in Los Angeles, California. As a young teenager, he was given the nickname “Hale” by his father—he wanted the nickname to instill the “fear of going to hell” because of his street gang activity. In his early teens, he started committing petty theft. He stole cars for joy riding but was never caught. Hale went to jail for participating in an underground cage fight and nearly killed his opponent. One morning, he’d awoken feeling like he was hit with a ton of bricks and voices that whispered his fate in hell. Those haunting voices convinced him to exit the gang life. After his release from prison on his 20th birthday, he headed home to see his parents. They welcomed him back and celebrated as a family. After a festive day with his parents, Hale headed off for more fun with friends and a renewed spirit—but an evening of fun had fallen short. He learned that his parents was killed nearly an hour after he left. He felt a coldness entering into his body and couldn’t stop the criminal thoughts from hijacking his brain. He wished he was a superhuman so that he could easily get them and evade jail time. But a heartbroken, guilt-ridden Hale had imagined his parents watching him from heaven with tears of sadness, and he did not want to disappoint them. Hale did not want to end up in jail mourning his parents. His conscience forced him to forgive and let it go. Two years later, Hale started attending Bible School and became passionate about his new Christian Faith. The pastor of his church became fond of the homeless Hale and allowed him to live in his church. Hale began to preach daily in gang-infested neighborhoods in South Los Angeles; his voice became raspy and thin from preaching. He often mentored high-risk youth’s at the “Magic Johnson” Park. But when the Illuminati Gang-Bangers heard about Hale’s anti-crime message, they sought revenge for his preaching of Christianity. On a late Sunday afternoon, Hale was walking out of the church parking lot when two masked men approached him. They started mocking Hale for his Christian beliefs. Then one of the gang members pulled out a gun and shot Hale. Eight hours later, he woke up in the hospital with a gunshot wound to his head and on the brink of death. After two years of physical therapy, Hale was barely able to walk and suffered from seizures. He still lived at his church and was given care by some of the church members. One member, Reliability Lester, asked Hale to be his patient in pursuit of curing his illness. Hale was hesitant—his friend was a college dropout, and a self proclaimed genius in computer and neurosciences. Feeling he had nothing to lose, he let Reliability moved him out of the church and into his home to begin treatment. In just one week, Hale was walking normal again. In fact, he could run at a never before awesome speed. His seizures were controlled through surveillance with the touch of key from Reliability. The two bonded well, and Hale felt like the superhuman he always wanted to be. And Reliability had a bigger agenda than just curing his friend. He felt the world was ready for the first Christian Superhero, and he felt Hale could be that man.

  • Author: andrea anderson
  • Published: 2015-10-21 06:20:13
  • Words: 1344
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