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Cold, that was the only word that I could think of as I entered the mine. Even though the tour guide descriptively explained about the abandoned mine something caught my eye within one of the tunnels

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Lost Cold, that was the only word that I could think of as I entered the mine. Even though the tour guide descriptively explained about the abandoned mine something caught my eye within one of the tunnels. I couldn't help myself; I soon entered the unknown. Within the space of 5 minutes I could no longer see the group so I had no choice but to carry on walking. Darkness soon surrounded me and it was cold very cold, I could now see that this a big mistake Every few minutes I would hear something that sounded like the tour guide I called out "HELP HELP ME" but there was no answer just silence. This was turning out to be one of the worst tours ever. Since I was 12 I have been on many different tours from museum tours to world tours. It was my mum who forced me to go but once I went I realised how much I enjoyed them. ...read more.

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I don't know how long I was out for but the sound of clanking metal woke me up. In agony I slowly rose from the ground cradling my head. To the sight of hundreds of miners. An old man with grey hair and a long beard stood nearest to me, he was bending over, picking up his pickaxe. I walked over to speak to him, as I was confused about where I was and what had happened. "Shouldn't you be working" he asked me with a confused look on his face, "Where are we" I spat out? "We are at Manchester mine surely you should know that as you are the boss, is everything ok sir?" He said to me as if I was crazy, Maybe I am. "I'm not the boss I'm just a lost tourist I fell, hit my head, any way never mind about that what year is it by the way" I asked him as he looked weirdly at me, "1905" he said. ...read more.

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Something clicked and I realised they must be ghosts, suddenly my head started spinning again as questions started rushing through my head like, what's going on, is the miner I've been walking with for the past hour a ghost, and how the hell am I going to get out of here. Then black. The next thing I knew I could here the tour guides voice in my ear, "Here you are we've been looking for you for ages, you all right we have heard noises, coming from in the mine, it sounded like you were being tortured" stumbling his words out. I thought to myself did I see someone or am I going crazy. I finally said to myself I cant tell, I have to keep this to myself. If I don't this mine will be closed down and down will get the chance to see what ive seen. "No I'm all right I just stumbled a few time on the rocks" I muttered. Oh well all I know is I'm getting out of here... ?? ?? ?? ?? Daniel Campion English Coursework ...read more.

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