Earth has been invaded by the aliens several times in its history. The Blackwood Project has uncovered evidence of invasions large and small at many different times. We all know of the current invasion and the full scale invasion in 1953. We've also discovered evidence of invasions in 1938, the 1300s, and as far back as 2000 years ago.
Through communication with other groups combating the aliens elsewhere around the world, we have uncovered another invasion which took place in the late 19th century. As with the more contemporary invasions, there seems to be-- collectively-- no memory of any invasion taking place, and physical evidence was apparently covered up by the world governments at the time. However, some records made by individuals who witnessed the invasion have survived.
The most significant of these is a story titled "The War of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells which has been used as the basis for many other fictional invasion stories as well as a part of the U.S. government coverup of the 1938 invasion at Grover's Mill, New Jersey. However, Wells' story itself was a fictionalized version of an actual invasion.
More recently, more stories have been written, including tellings of the invasion of the late 19th century invasion in other areas of the world. Some of them are clearly fictional, but others seem to be close to the truth. Another is apparently the result of a major information leak in the Blackwood Project.
H.G. Wells' story has also been the inspiration for many graphic novel or comic versions of the invasion. All of them appear to be based on Wells' work with no real knowledge of the true invasions. Some are retellings in the same or different time periods, some are sequels set in other time periods, and some are completely different stories.
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