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  • Asew

    1377 Words  | 6 Pages

    I hadn't ever been assigned directly with an experiment before, I had only been a person who observed and studied the reactions of certain experiments through brain activity. I heard the first experiments had been normal people, then altered, but they appeared to be any ordinary person. Then when they grew up and got married and had children, their children all had tinges of orange in their iris. Except from that, they appeared to be normal, but then around the 5th generation the children started

  • Fixing the Future

    876 Words  | 4 Pages

    fighting the enemy and turning the lights off wouldn’t work as camouflage when it was most likely still quite light outside. The hallways were dark, too. She couldn’t see around herself much. There weren’t any windows. She went to the controls room, the door was open but there wasn’t anyone there. Her heart was beating fast in her ears. Could it be that the neudroids had gotten to Gamma and Anette? What else could possibly explain the darkness and that there were no sign of them anywhere around? She tried

  • Merpeople

    672 Words  | 3 Pages

    was horribly mistaken. " Thank you," I told the bus driver as I walked down the small stairs. " Have a good day, sir!" he told me as he closed the doors and went on his way. I walked home enjoying the cool breeze in the air. My house was the first two-story house on the block, it was very special to me. I took the keys from my pocket and opened the door. The house always smelled like roses, which my mother always had in a vase on the kitchen table. " Hey mom." She was cooking Lunch as I went

  • PJO

    1726 Words  | 7 Pages

    climbing wall and th... ... middle of paper ... ...and felt something hard and round in it, the drachma. I slide off my bed and crossed over to my closet, I closed the door and gently took the door knob, I stood to the opposite side of the door and pulled it, easily it slid from one side of the frame to the other side I then open the door and once closet was now a bathroom. I stepped in and turned on the sink the water began trickling and I instantly felt a sharp tug in my gut. A thin mist began

  • A Shadow of Doubt: A Short Story

    814 Words  | 4 Pages

    flashed to life. Shadows danced around the room, and images flashed, while he went to get something to eat from the kitchen. First to the fridge and then shuffling through the drawers, Brady was unaware of the light rattling sound of the locked front door being covered up by the noise of the TV in the... ... middle of paper ... ...ces. On the way home Brady tried to explain the threat that waited for the family ahead. Skeptical his father pulled up the gravel drive, parked the car, and got out to

  • The Door

    611 Words  | 3 Pages

    The Door stage 1 preparations In the short story “ The Door “ by author E.B. White, he relates one of the experiments that he conducted to one of his own personal experiences. This was done in a controlled environment, the purpose of this task was to create an alternate reality. An alternate reality is to simulate a substitution of what may be considered reality itself. To achieve this alternate reality this experiment must require an enclosure, in other words a rectangular prism where the walls

  • Southside Slasher

    1294 Words  | 6 Pages

    finished reading the most recent piece about Peters in the Tribune when he looked at his watch and concluded that his day was over. He stood up, put on his jacket, and was almost to the door when his phone began to ring. Giving it a moment’s thought, Detective Burcks turned his back to the phone and closed the door, thinking to himself not this time.

  • Why Do Convenient Stores Have Locks On Their Doors If They Are Always

    628 Words  | 3 Pages

    Stores Have Locks On Their Doors If They Are Always Open? At 1:30 in the morning you are driving down Walton Road when you pass the 7-11. You decide to stop in and treat yourself to a nice big slurpee. As you pull in the parking lot you notice that the sign says, "We're open 24 hr's, 7 days a week, 365 days a year." However, when you reach the door you notice that they have locks on the doors and you think to yourself, why do convenient stores have locks on their doors if they're going to be

  • Gone Astray

    2307 Words  | 10 Pages

    Esther lay in bed snuggled under the warmth and comfort of a corduroy quilt, its pounds of weight holding her a willing captive. Muffled by the overnight snow, the world was silent, creating the illusion that the house was wrapped within a cocoon. She burrowed into the feather pillows and pictured the snowflakes floating down blanketing the house, a serene glow of pristine white, drifting and gliding, carpeting the roadways, encasing bushes, shrouding bare tree branches with its lovely lace of

  • Late Night Snack - Personal Writing

    702 Words  | 3 Pages

    Late Night Snack - Personal Writing I slowly drew the fridge door open and squinted as the light from its door pierced the darkness. It was late and I was desperately searching for a late night snack to sustain me until the morning. The house was abnormally quiet that night. I could usually hear the gentle whir of the freezer, But not that night. I heard a tap on the glass window, followed by another. Rain began to dance on the gravel outside, and the trees seemed to whisper as a breeze