Gary Brideau was born in a small house in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1947 and moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut as a small boy. He met Lauren, the love of his life, in 1985 and were married years later and moved to Bristol, Connecticut.
One night, he had a vivid dream that caught his attention and spurred him to write it down, and send it to his sister T. Jene Brideau, for an interpretation who also is a writer. She wrote and told him that the story was good. Gary took her encouragement and his imagination went to work. That's when he discovered his God-given talent to write great space adventure stories. From then on, he has written over fifty stories of which only seven of them have been published with great reviews.
When Thor walked back in the building, he met two Montronians, one had Cherry pinned against a counter trying to get to second base. While other one had his right foot on Gideon's back, pinning him face down on the floor. Thor calmly stated, "Sirs, get your hands off my wife and let the bear go if you know what's good for you."
The one struggling with Cherry, spun her around, put his left arm across her chest, pulled her close to him then stuck his knife to her stomach saying, "Leave now, and I won't kill her."