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The Mystery Of Room 13.

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Introduction

The Mystery Of Room 13 David Wright an ordinary man 5'10'', brown hair with a side parting with an ordinary life lives in Newcastle and works in a record shop restacking the shelves. But his holiday is far from ordinary Sydney, Australia. He had been saving up his money for this holiday for 2 years. As soon he had enough money he was planning to leave his ordinary life and go on a once in a lifetime trip. When he finally reached Sydney he went to book a room in a hotel. The first hotel he saw was The Annabelle. When had booked a room he wanted to go everywhere and see everything like the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour and try and see the Australian team play. But then his flight caught up with him and all he wanted to do is go to bed and save his sight seeing trip until tomorrow. Two smartly dressed hotel staff wearing red and gold-buttoned suits opened the doors. But when he walked inside his jaw was open in amazement. The flood to the ceiling was covered in marble also it had red carpet like a set of roads going off in different directions. David choose the route which lead to the front desk. ...read more.

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David looked at the video. "Horror movie, nice" David looked at the clock which read 11.30am. After seeing the clock he collapsed on the bed and fell asleep. When David woke up he was feeling quite hungry so remembering the popcorn and the video, he started to watch it. * * * After watching the film, he was feeling tired again, but before he could go to sleep nature called. David was now refreshed. He got ready for bed and set his alarm for 7.00am. Then he slowly drifted off into a sleep. CRASH! David woke up immediately and sat up bolt upright in his bed. He started to sweat and felt goose bumps appearing on his arms and legs. He could hear his heart beat and feel it thud against his chest. As there were only thin walls connecting each room he was worried that he would wake up next door with his beating of his heart. Then his mind started to play tricks on him. There was a creak outside, the sound of the wind and the tapping of the rain against his window. There was another creak outside and he was sure that someone was outside so he grabbed the first thing he could find which turned to be his shoe and got out of bed. ...read more.

Conclusion

When the door opened David sprinted to the front desk and pressed the button lots of times to call a member of staff. "Yes sir?" "Room...13...there is...something...wrong...up there" David struggled to say this as we was breathing heavily. "Sir you are mistaken, we don't have a room 13, it starts from 14" "I assure you there is a room 13 because I was in it" "Ok I will come and see, but I am certain that there isn't a room 13" So the member of hotel staff and David was standing outside the spot of the entrance of room 13, but instead of a door in front of them there was a wall. "I swear there was room 13 here" "Ok then I believe you" At this point the member of staff walked of and said under his breath "Idiot" "Am I losing it?" David asked himself "Yes" replied the member of staff "I wasn't asking you" David stood there thinking when he thought I can't stand this anymore and walked to his room packed his things and got the lift to the reception desk, and ordered a taxi to the airport. When the taxi arrived David dreamt what could have been a dream holiday. "But look on the bright side I still have money left over to spend back at home" David said to himself. But he didn't see the bill before he left. By Jonathan Knott 10H 1,701 Words ...read more.

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