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According to the Twelfth Doctor, every story ever told really happened and stories were where memories went when they were forgotten. (TV: Hell Bent [+]Loading...["Hell Bent (TV story)"]) In contrast, the Narvin of the Warrior's universe claimed that almost no stories were true. (AUDIO: Dust Devil [+]Loading...["Dust Devil (audio story)"])


In the summer of 2004, GPW dismissed their children's claims about "lizard people" that the Ninth Doctor had rescued them from as "silly stories". In March 2005, Sarah Jane Smith, by now working for The Daily Mail, sought information on the Doctor through Clive Finch's conspiracy website, Doctor Who?, in order to arrange an interview with him. (PROSE: Have You Seen This Man? [+]Loading...["Have You Seen This Man? (short story)"])

After the Dummy Massacre on 26 March 2005, (PROSE: The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre [+]Loading...["The Doctor Was Involved in the Dummy Massacre (short story)"], Operation Mannequin [+]Loading...["Operation Mannequin (short story)"]) a new webmaster took over Who is Doctor Who? and posted the stories of some of the site's readers who survived the attack, as well as leaving a section open for more stories to be submitted. (PROSE: Dummy Massacre [+]Loading...["Dummy Massacre (short story)"])

After the crash of an alien spaceship in Central London, Mx asked his readers for their stories of the crash. (PROSE: Alien landing confirmed [+]Loading...["Alien landing confirmed (short story)"]) After the defeat of the Slitheen family the the following day, Mickey (TV: World War Three [+]Loading...["World War Three (TV story)"]) wrote on his website the following morning, where he asked his readers, once again, for their stories about the aliens. (PROSE: Hoax This! [+]Loading...["Hoax This! (short story)"])

In late 2006, Mickey Smith wrote on Who is Doctor Who? that Rose Tyler's bouts of not contacting him or Jackie while travelling with the Ninth Doctor, was the "usual story", when he wrote about the final time her saw her (PROSE: Mars [+]Loading...["Mars (WiDW short story)"]) when the Ninth Doctor sent her back to Earth from the Game Station for her protection, until Rose broke into the heart of the TARDIS, transcending into the Bad Wolf, and left to help the Doctor. (TV: The Parting of the Ways [+]Loading...["The Parting of the Ways (TV story)"])

As most people who worked for the press, referred to as "Fleet Street", were in holiday cottages in the Cotswalds over Christmas 2006, only a skeleton crew of office juniors were actually working, so when UNIT's Sgt A. Frederick had to brief the press on (PROSE: Project Rooftop [+]Loading...["Project Rooftop (short story)"]) the Sycorax invasion of Earth (TV: The Christmas Invasion [+]Loading...["The Christmas Invasion (TV story)"], PROSE: The Final Darkness [+]Loading...["The Final Darkness (short story)"], The Christmas Invasion [+]Loading...["The Christmas Invasion (novelisation)"]) she had issues, as they were more concerned about trying to put out the "biggest story of their lives." (PROSE: Project Rooftop [+]Loading...["Project Rooftop (short story)"])

In the 2010s, when the Eleventh Doctor mentioned in a letter to a group of humans that had an adventure involving the Elysium, he said that him accidentally taking Dolly to the Moon instead of Bognor was "a whole other story". (PROSE: Hello! [+]Loading...["Hello! (short story)"])

On 1 December 2023, before she was interviewed by Davina McCall, Ruby Sunday was told by her mother Carla to not let anyone tell her story for her, as it was hers. (PROSE: The Church on Ruby Road [+]Loading...["The Church on Ruby Road (novelisation)"])

In 2067, a question in a test by Agent Twenty One mentioned a story featuring Cliff Richard Junior. (PROSE: Agents Observation Test [+]Loading...["Agents Observation Test (feature)"])

Captain Scarlet falls from a tower, (COMIC: We Will Destroy Unity City [+]Loading...["We Will Destroy Unity City (comic story)"]) part of "Spectrum's story". (PROSE: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons [+]Loading...["Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (short story)"])

One the cover of one issue of TV Century 21, an article by Pete Tracker noted that Spectrum file CS/M/1/67 detailed Spectrum's story, and that he didn't believe it. (PROSE: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons [+]Loading...["Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (short story)"])

Shortly after Big Bang Two, the Eleventh Doctor told Amelia Pond in 1996 that "[they were] all stories in the end", encouraging her to "make [her's] a good story". (TV: The Big Bang [+]Loading...["The Big Bang (TV story)"]) When facing Akhaten, the Doctor decided to tell the entity a story, nearly overwhelming Akhaten with the weight of all his memories. (TV: The Rings of Akhaten [+]Loading...["The Rings of Akhaten (TV story)"])

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There were many stories in the Cheshire House, which were suspended in mid-air, and glimmered like jewels in sunlight. When you arrived at the house, asking for a story, the Cheshire Cat lead you inside. There, finding that the stories are of worlds "beyond your wildest dreams", you read about Archons, Abraytha, Everywhere, Lotto, Lords, Luca, SAM, Shamblers and Zadellin. (PROSE: I'm Dreaming of a Cheshire Easter [+]Loading...["I'm Dreaming of a Cheshire Easter (short story)"])