Doctor Who/Time-Traveller's Wife Crossover:
Chapter 1: Henry
A loud, irregular sound echoed through the dark, empty country lane. All of a sudden there was a flash of blue light and a young man appeared out of nowhere. He looked around, furrowed his brow and sniffed the air.
"Hmm... Cheltnam... Gloustershire... Britain... England... Europe... Earth... Universe 29617... Year 1992... Wow! I've been to this universe before, but the first time iI came here was 2 years ago for me, but 13 years in the future for the time i'm in now. Sure it's where my mum and dad are from, but they've lived on a parallel universe for 3 years."
The strange man took a few steps forward to take in his surroundings, then stopped suddenly.
"Well,exciting as this is, I'd better get home."
He prepared himself and jumped, obviously expecting something to happen, but nothing did, he just landed back where he took off.
"Seems like I have lost control of my fade out transportation ability, I don't kn..."
"Excuse me, sir?"
He turned to see a young girl of about six stood a few feet away, looking bewildered at the sight of a grown man jumping into the air for no reason whatsoever. The man was entrigued, he knew this girl from somewhere, he had met her before, when she was older.
"May I ask why you are jumping up and down."
"Yes you may and I wasn't."
"But I just saw you.!
"On the contrary I was not jumping, I was trying to go home."
The small girl looked at him, slightly amused at this strange and obviously insane man, after all, she knew that it was impossible for a man to live in the sky, but there was something so sincere in the man's words, so she did what any smart person would do, she changed the subject.
The man's smile widened a small amount, finally remembering where he had seen her before, he knew what he had to do.
"Pleased to meet you Henry."
The little girl laughed at Henry's repetition of her name, as even though she was a smart six-year-old, she was still a six-year-old, and her sense of humour was still not properly educated.
"Tell me Katherine, what does your father do father do for a living?"
"He is a scientist, he studies worm-holes, although I think it is all nonsense."
Henry smiled, he knew Katherine's stubbornness to dismiss theories, until they she had seen them herself and had them proven as cold, hard fact.
"That's a pretty strong opinion for a girl your age, anyway... I'm from another time, In fact, you and I are friends in the future, when you're a lady."
"There's no such thing as time-travel."
"Well maybe one day, you'll see me disappear."
True to his word, Henry's hands started to glow a luminous gold colour and all Katherine could do is watch in amazement. Henry looked her right in the eye.
"I'll see you around, Katherine."
And with that, he jumped into the air, and in a blast of light...
he was gone.