THE BRONZE KEY

THE BRONZE KEY - LEONA CHEN AP ENG LNG THE BRONZE KEY As I...

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LEONA CHEN AP ENG. LNG. THE BRONZE KEY : As I walk down the dark hallways, it begins to feel with a misty sheet of eerie smoke. Suddenly, I am in a big and industrial building, filled with numerous rooms. Each room had a metal insulated door with a small sliding window. All I can hear echoing throughout the buildings was agonized cries and screeching screams. The air smelled like mildew and heavy dust. I enter a room on my left. I slowly open the heavy door and creep in. A woman was strapped with buckles that wrapped around her body like a boa constrictor would do to its prey. Her contorted face caught my attention. From the corner of her mouth, and all the way to the other corner was stitched tight. The raw flesh protruded between each ripple of skin. The buckles were so secured that she could not even show a sign of distress or an attempt of escape. I step back in shock as the situation begin to sink into my mind. As I step back, I feel one foot sink into the grey floor. I take another step back, and my other foot sinks in. I begin to struggle like a helpless
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 10 taught by Professor Durver during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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