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Asylum Short Stories

By SandraEaster All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Fantasy

Asylum I

Welcome to the Asylum. Pay no heed to the screams echoing our halls, or the streaks of blood staining the floor and walls. Our staff will attend to your (pain) needs and you need never worry about anything you want. Those will (be dealt with) dissipate with time.

Our electroshock therapy is legendary and should (you try to run) your fear get in the way, our esteemed doctor is always on hand to (fry your senses) administer treatments. If you fight, (we will castrate you) things will only get worse. Your compliancy is the only way to (survive) find your way out. But we (will never let you leave) hope you’ll stay. We do so love to (torture our) take care of our (victims) patience.

Enter this way. Today begins the first day of your (imminent death) immediate recovery. Should you have any complaint, (we will wipe it from your memory) please fill out a card and leave them in the opinion box for your doctor. Thank you and have a (terrifying) good night.

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