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Describe a room in a deserted mansion making sure that the description reflects the characters that had once lived their and the events that had taken place

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Describe a room in a deserted mansion making sure that the description reflects the characters that had once lived their and the events that had taken place Only the burning embers provided a source of never apparent light in the rustic, towering entrance hall. The rotted, flaking staircase wound up like a disused helter-skelter, leading to a never ending maze of tatty corridors. I lost myself in my concerned soul as every breathless step became harder and harder, the atmosphere weighed me down, a heavy oppression. I felt drained of every sap of energy in my body. As I steadily stumbled through the maze, a sudden stream of light lit up the enchanting hallway as I manoeuvred carefully around the tight corner. ...read more.

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Untouched decorations hung motionless in the biting draft from the red curtains still in perfect condition unlike many of the other features in the room. The stage curtains were half drawn and there were props strewn and scattered across the stage floor looking as though they were lost, a show may have been in production at the time this place was deserted. The area may have been previously used for special occasions as the objects were worn; therefore suggesting they were used a lot, though obvious from the state they were in it was not recently. Large cobwebs laden with insects and dust hung precariously from the decayed lighting, a melted icicle waiting to fall to its destination. ...read more.

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I got to my feet still aware that something may be in my presence. As I now quickly staggered to the back of the stage, a boarded up door caught my eye. The recent event had now passed through my mind in a flash as I reached the door. What I didn't notice until I ripped off the boards blocking the door, was that this in turn revealed a door adjacent to this one. It led to outside. As I promptly scampered to reach the fresh air, a sound of movement and a dark shadow passed the opening in a blink of an eye. I stepped outside, now at the back of the building, and breathed the sweet fresh, clean air. No life was apparent at first. Only the small footprints embedded heavily in the mouldy gravel pathway. Will Beach 10 J (Set A) ...read more.

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