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By Douglas Howard Strang

Whilst a Swiss psychiatrist arrives at a secluded sanitarium, humans commence disappearing, one after the other till everyone seems to be gone-except one. all of the autos were sabotaged rendering them inoperable. the telephone strains were reduce and all of the lighting fixtures exit. The lone wolf is left to fend for himself. Will he have the ability to get away the destiny of all of the others? Or will he be swallowed up too!

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She was wearing a flaming red wig, had on long false eyelashes and dark mascara over a heavily made up face. She was bedecked with jewelry and wearing a gaudy floral, kimono with a blood-red backdrop. “Good day, Doctor Ramsey,” she projected, looking at me in her thespian display of showmanship. “Good day to you, Miss Hopkins,” I responded back to her, and went on to say, “I would like to introduce you to Doctor Franz Lederer. He arrived last night. He has come all the way from Zurich, Switzerland.

Mary is twenty-six and a slender five-foot five-inches with a fine bone structure. She has dark brown hair and the most penetrating green eyes I’ve ever seen. When she looks at me, it’s as if I were being bathed in the most soothing rays of two noonday suns. Mary is my therapeutic treatment in more ways than one. “Good morning, Alex. I’m sorry I was unable to see you last night when you got back with Doctor Lederer,” she said, as she entered the dining room, then fixed those green eyes onto my brown ones.

I don’t think there’s anybody in there. ” I knocked. There was no response. Then I tried to open the door. It was locked. “That’s very strange. We never keep vacant rooms locked. ” “I don’t have the key on me. I’ll run down to the nurse’s station; we keep a set of keys there. ” I saw Nurse Jenkins at the station and asked her for the set of keys for the third floor. She gave them to me and I went back to the locked room where I’d left Doctor Lederer standing. I was looking at the different keys to pick the right one to open the door.

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