Story: The Boy Who Killed Time
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: 1345
Author's Summary: There are ghosts in the TARDIS.
Characters/Pairings: Tenth Doctor, Martha, Multi-Era
Warnings: None given
Recced because: This is a story about the Tenth Doctor and the repercussions of the Time War, unfolding through the eyes of Martha who starts seeing apparitions of the past throughout the TARDIS. It's a chilling tale, both in the power that the Doctor has, and the consequences of wielding it, and it makes us (those of us who think too hard about such things) stop and wonder, What if this were all real, and the Doctor was as flawed as television heroes can never be? The answer is simply 1300 words or so until the end of the line.
There are ghosts in the TARDIS.
Some Martha sees quite frequently, the elderly man with the walking stick, the bloke wearing the comedy scarf, the man with the blonde curls who dressed like he'd been hit by a fast moving circus tent.
Some she's only seen once or twice, the cute boy in the kilt, the woman dressed as an air hostess, the girl in the animal skins.