By Douglas Howard Strang
While a Swiss psychiatrist arrives at a secluded sanitarium, humans commence disappearing, one after the other until eventually everyone seems to be gone-except one. the entire automobiles were sabotaged rendering them inoperable. the telephone strains were reduce and the entire lighting fixtures exit. The lone wolf is left to fend for himself. Will he be ready to get away the destiny of all of the others? Or will he be swallowed up too!
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I looked at Doctor Lederer and gestured that we had to leave, then told Mister Duncan the same and thanked him for his time. Mister Duncan accompanied us to the door. Doctor Lederer and I proceeded out from his room and walked down the hall to where there remained one more unoccupied patient room. We stopped in front of the door. “I wonder if the new patient is in this room,” Doctor Lederer said, as he looked at the door and then to me. “I was wondering the same thing. ” “You’re right, Doctor Lederer.
We stopped in front of the door. “I wonder if the new patient is in this room,” Doctor Lederer said, as he looked at the door and then to me. “I was wondering the same thing. ” “You’re right, Doctor Lederer. ” I then firmly pressed my left ear up against the door. ” “Not a thing. 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.
Any redeeming qualities that Alex has were of his own making. That’s something you cannot teach, Miss Holden,” he said humbly. I looked at the clock on the wall. It was already five after nine and I was wondering why Doctor Calloway wasn’t here yet. He’s never late. The feeling of uneasiness I’d had last night was beginning to rise to the surface of my consciousness again. Doctor Calloway is always so punctual. Why wasn’t he here? As I was about to express my concern to Doctor Lederer and Mary, I looked up and saw Doctor Calloway standing between the clock and me.