chapter one: http://www.polyvore.com/mad_impossible_river_meeting/set?id=43081721
The Doctor ran into the room and found it empty, not just empty but completely desolate. The TARDIS doors pulled themselves closed and bolted shut.
“Guess I’m on my own.” He muttered and looked around the room. It was a cold room. The walls were gray with a harsh blue light cast onto the walls. From the light, the Doctor could read the words scratched into the walls. Phrases like Doctor Who, Melody Pond, The Last Centurion, and Amelia Pond, covered the walls. They looked like they had been scratched in with a knife or filer.
The Doctor pulled out his sonic screwdriver and spun around quickly. There was no one there though. He focused the beam on the lock of the cell and the door swung open. Carefully, he looked out into the hallway. No one was in the hallway though, and the place was getting eerier by the moment.
“Alright, in a jail cell, alone, looking for River Song…” he said quietly. Across from the cell door was a broken computer screen. “Let’s see what you’ve got in there.” He said and zapped the screen. It was a black and white recording and it was a small girl, maybe seven or eight. She was sitting there in a white hospital gown and had braids in her hair.
“Did you have any dreams last night?” The interviewer asked.
“I had one, it was about my mother.”
“Your mother, Miss Amelia Pond.” The girl nodded.
“She was crying, very sad.”
“Do you know what she was crying about?”
“She wanted to see me; she said she missed me.”
“Don’t remember how your mother gave you up to us?” The man asked. The girl bit her lip and nodded.
“Maybe she wants me back now.” She said.
“Melody she gave you up. She doesn’t want you anymore.” Melody looked down at the table.
“Maybe…” She said.
“Remember dear, we’re the ones who took you in when she abandoned you. She left to fly around the galaxy with the Doctor.”
“I know.” She said very quietly.
“Melody, I think we’ve made good progress today. Would you like a treatment?” Melody smiled.
“I enjoy my treatments.”
The recording went to static. The Doctor rewound the video and watched again.
“What have you gotten yourself into this time River?” He asked while watching the tape.
He watched it three more times but couldn’t get anything new from it. He finally blasted it with the sonic, breaking the screen and probably the recording too. The door to the TARDIS swung open again. River Tam was standing in the doorway.
“Time to go home.” She said gently holding out her hand. The Doctor glared at her and walked through the doors, ignoring her hand completely.