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There were less than 24 agonising hours to go until the terrorising ordeal. As I got home from school I couldnt think straight with the ordeal edging closer and closer,

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The Trip of Horror There were less than 24 agonising hours to go until the terrorising ordeal. As I got home from school I couldn't think straight with the ordeal edging closer and closer, for every second that ticked by my heart beat became faster and faster. That night I hardly slept a wink, I was trembling all night, thoughts flowing through my head about the stranger, the possible mass murderer I was about to have to meet. The next dreadful morning came, the smell of death awakened me, I was dreading the torture I had to go through, which was now less than two and a half hours away. ...read more.

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As I bit into the delicious toast another thought slowly floated into my head, that this could be my last taste of freedom. Once I had finished the last taste of heaven, I dragged myself up the never ending staircase, the further I got the darker it got, and finally there was light at the end of the tunnel. I went into my bedroom to get prepared with everything I needed for the deadly experience. My mother said 'Are you ready Because we are late!' As I stumbled down the stairs the front door swung open, my mother shouted 'hurry up!!' ...read more.

Conclusion

As I got out of the car a child came running out of the building crying hysterically, having just run away mid way through the trauma I was about to face. As I entered the building there were just plain grey walls with only a few posters on saying what not to do. As I sat down in the cold, plain room thoughts came in and out of my head about the little kid that had just run out crying, I was trying to think of the terrible, deadly experience he has just escaped from. Seconds later Mr Philler called me in to the torture chamber and said, 'Well, have you been looking after your teeth??' ...read more.

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