No one spoke for a moment as the intensity lessened. “Holy shit!” Germaine cried in awe.
“Does this happen each time you connect?” Sherry asked.
“No, this was something new. I’m not sure if it was my presence, or the door not responding as she expected that made her crazy, or if my presence prevented whatever was supposed to happen from happening.”
“I think crazy goes with the territory.” Germaine smirked.
“You’re probably right about that.”
“Any residual effects?” Sherry asked concerned.
“Not really. It takes a minute for the nausea to pass and my world to right itself again. Think flying, untethered, in outer space.”
“Do you think you might get caught in that moment and remain there forever?”
“At this point, Germaine, I have no idea.”
“What did you notice?” Randal asked, scanning their faces.
“A plane, it’s definitely a plane,” Sherry remarked fervently.
“I noticed some major equipment that I’ve never seen or imagined before,” Germaine added.
“Yeah, that caught my eye too. Did it strike you as the most advanced computer system possible?”
“Yeah, yeah, that’s it.”
“The holograms I get, but that equipment was voice activated, even mind controlled. She didn’t speak and holograms were popping up.”
“She sure didn’t like what she saw, either.”
“No, she didn’t and I couldn’t get a good look at them, I was too busy scanning everything in the room.”
“What do you think the door does?”
“Not sure, but she was furious when it didn’t respond.”
“Yeah, she was, so it’s extremely significant in her planning.”