It's 30 years after Danny saved the world and revealed his secret identity. Danny and Sam have been happily married for 20 years. Danny teaches 'Ghostology' and science on a university and Sam is the leader of an organization fighting for the rights of humans and animals. They have two children, a son and a daughter, Austin, 16 years old and Taylor, 14 years old. They inherited Danny's ghost powers, meaning they are also half-ghost.
It was a normal day, just like any other. I was flying through the ghost zone, in search for my best friend Sarah, the daughter of Clockwork. She was as old as me. I happily greeted everyone I saw. Then I arrived at Sarah's house. I knocked, but there was no answer. I opened the door. Nobody was home. I looked around. I saw some kind of crystal ball. I took a closer look.
'Wow, this thing is really beautiful.' It suddenly started to shine. I closed my eyes against the brightness. I heard Sarah's voice in the distance, but I couldn't hear what she said. I held my eyes closed. When I opened them, I saw the lake in the park. I was back in Amity Park. I changed back to my human form.
I shot an ecto-beam at the ghost I was fighting and sucked it up in the Fenton Thermos. I looked at Tucker who was with me. 'That was the last one,' Tucker told me. I smiled. Finally this ghost hunt was over. Sam then arrived with a picknick basket. 'Are you guys done?' she asked. I nodded and changed to my human form. We walked to the lake to start our picknick. While we were eating, Tucker suddenly noticed a girl sitting on the other side of the lake. We looked at her. 'Do you think she's waiting for someone?' Sam asked. I shook my head. 'No, I think she's alone. Let's ask is she wants to eat something with us.' But Tucker was already walking to the other side of the lake.
'Hey, I'm Tuck. Are you alone?'
The girl looked at me, and then looked very confused. I got a good look at her. She had long black hair, and she kinda looked like Sam. 'What's your name?' I asked her again.
I looked at the boy who called himself 'Tuck'. No mistake. That's gotta be him. What happened when I touched that crystal ball? 'I'm... Taylor,' I said. Tuck smiled. 'Nice name. Wanna sit with us? You look lonely.' I nodded. While following Tuck to the other side of the lake, I saw two people picknicking. And those two people looked extraordinarily muck like my parents. 'This is Taylor,' Tuck said. The girl smiled. 'I'm Sam, and this is Danny. I've never seen you before. Are you new in town?' And suddenly I knew what happened. I should play along until I know how to get back to my time. 'Yes I am. I'm gonna start at Casper High tomorrow.' Tuck smiled. 'Then you'll be at the same school as us. What class will you be in?' I quickly tried to remember what class my parents used to be in and answered his question. 'That's the same class as us. Hey Danny, Sam, isn't that great?' Dad smiled. 'It sure is.' But Mum didn't smile. 'Yeah, I think so.' She obviously didn't like me. 'Hey, I'm sorry, but I gotta get going. Goodbye.' And I ran away. Now I had to make sure I would be able to get in the same class as them.
Taylor ran away. I looked at Sam. 'Is something wrong?' I asked her. 'I don't know,' Sam said, 'there's just something suspicious about her.' I thought about it. Other than her being really confused when seeing us and her looking a lot like Sam, I couldn't think of any suspicious things. We finished our picknick, me looking forward to meeting our new classmate again tomorrow.
I was lying in bed that night when I felt something weird. I woke up and a little blue smoke left my mouth. My ghost sense. I sighed. 'Great.' I changed to Danny Phantom and phased through the walls of my room. I flew over town searching for ghosts, but I found nothing. It started to rain. Just when I wanted to go home, I saw someone standing under one of the streetlights. I flew to that someone, and was shocked when I saw Taylor. I quickly changed into Danny Fenton behind her back and walked up to her.
'What are you doing?'
She looked behind her and saw me. 'I... can't go home,' she answered me. I felt sorry for her. 'Do you wanna stay at my house?' She smiled. She smiled the way Sam did. That sweet, lovely way. She nodded. We walked to my house, when I noticed I didn't have key. Taylor looked at me. 'Don't you have a key?' As if she knew what was going on.
Of course I knew why he didn't have a key. He had phased through the wall in search of ghosts, expecting to return alone, so he didn't need a key at all. He turned red. 'No, I don't. But I do have my phone. I can call my sister and ask if she can open it.
I was asleep when my phone rang. I picked it up, half asleep, and answered it.
'Who is this?'
'Danny, open the door.'
'I'm outside, open the door.'
'Can't you just turn intangible?'
'No, I can't, come here and open it.'
'Why can't you?'
'Just open it, you'll find out soon enough.'
I sighed and walked to the front room, and opened. I saw Danny with another girl from about his age. They were both soaked. 'Who is that?' I asked. 'This is Taylor. She can't go home so I asked her if she wanted to stay here. Can we hide her in the guest room?' I felt sorry for Taylor, so I nodded and showed her the guest room.