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It seemed like an ordinary night. The soft whine of the wind echoed throughout the vast hall. The lifeless portraits, on the walls, stared gloomily at

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Introduction

It seemed like an ordinary night. The soft whine of the wind echoed throughout the vast hall. The lifeless portraits, on the walls, stared gloomily at the centre of the room looking for movement. The distant moon shone down through the skylight flooding the smooth marble floor with moonlight. Suddenly a "click" popped out of the darkness, and then the old rusted basement door creaked open. A tall man stood in the doorway; he wore worn blue jeans and a brown leather jacket which had faded with age. He had short jet-black hair and small green eagle like eyes. In his right hand he held a newspaper, the headline read "Baffling Bodies in Bristol," in his left he held a radio. He slowly scanned across before he eventually entered. A voice suddenly escaped from the radio and echoed off the walls "Hello, Trevor did you find it then?" Trevor held the radio up to his mouth and whispered "No, you must have left it somewhere else." ...read more.

Middle

Something out of the corner of his eye caught his attention; he started to watch one of the monitor screens. There seemed to be a bizarre human shaped shadow moving around. Trevor reached for the radio and held it to his mouth and pushed in the button. "Hello, Nick where are you?" He said quickly. He sat there watching the monitor waiting for a reply. "I'm in the toilets, why? What's wrong?" He could hear the slight panic in his voice. "Wait," he thought, "That shadow was in the stock warehouse, only me and Nick should be here." His eyes widened with fear. All colours were drained from his face. "No, nothings wrong don't worry," his tone was emotionless. The radio slipped from his hand, slowly it fell to the ground, as it gently touched the rough brown carpet there was a loud "Thud," as the door slammed. Only the red neon sign "Bristol Harbour" was visible through the darkness as Trevor tore across the car park. ...read more.

Conclusion

The sudden burst of light temporally blinded Trevor; he leant against the wall shielding his eyes with his arms. Slowly he lowered his arms to try and examine his surroundings. He was in a narrow corridor, the walls were a dull grey and severely worn. At the end of the corridor there was a long red smear. He cautiously made his way up the corridor. His brain was screaming to run but his legs ignored it. The trail ended at a door. Trevor's hand was shaking uncontrollably as he reached for the handle. He stood there staring at the door as fear started to take control. He took a deep breath then gradually slid the door open. The wailing screech of the door sent a shiver up his spine. He nervously peered around the door. His body froze; he had lost control. He wanted to shout or move but he couldn't. Suddenly there was a sickening "thud," and numbness spread across his body, he could feel his legs buckling. As he fell he felt the darkness at him. He tried to resist but as he reached the floor the darkness surrounded. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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