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By Douglas Howard Strang

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

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I had studied under Professor Franz Lederer. He had sent Doctor Calloway a letter of introduction. After my interview, I was given a position as an apprentice psychiatrist. Soon afterwards, Doctor Calloway appointed me assistant director; not bad for a twenty-six-year-old man. Doctor Calloway was inclined to favor Freud’s theories as opposed to Jung’s. It was wonderful to see my professor again, and now I, Alex Ramsey, twenty-seven years old, one of nine children born and raised in Oklahoma to parents who, with all of us, migrated to Central California in 1930 to find a better life.

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. ” “That’s right, the rooms aren’t numbered as such, but if you look up, right in the middle of the top beam of the door, just below the transom, you’ll see a colored piece of tape, for this room green.

I know I should have informed you and Alex, but there wasn’t time. It all happened so fast, you see…with Alex en route to San Francisco to pick up Doctor Lederer and you so short staffed yesterday…and then there was the episode with Miss Hopkins. There wasn’t time. ” Doctor Calloway had expressed this in a slow guarded way. ” “All in due time, Alex,” he answered. Mary and I looked at each other with expressions of amazement. Why was he being so evasive? Then Doctor Lederer intervened, “Doctor Calloway and this institution are well known the world over.

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