Knocking on the wooden door reveals a steel wall with a hole and dim lights shining through…

PsychoMother

cont. from pyoa1.1

you wave your hands in front of the hole and feel a stale moldy air flow through.  You bring your head closer to the hole and you hear some mumbling and crackling that sounds like footsteps of a raccoon.  A slight burp comes up as the taste of vodka rises in your throat.  You gag for a second as you peer into the hole.  You notice what seems like an old woman just kneeling on the ground staring into a wall.  However it seems as if she’s mumbling to it, and you can’t quite discern because of the outside noise of the cars passing nearby.

As she gradually turns her head, suddenly there are footsteps shuffling behind you.  Nothing there, and you feel uneasy and your liquid confidence begins to wane.  As you look back the eyes peer slowly into yours, and you’re frozen.  Part of you wants to run, but part of you is curious.  What do you do?

Image Source: https://clicktoenlarge.wordpress.com/2011/06/22/disassociated-voice-illusion-breaking-lag-and-non-diegetic-speech/ – using Bing.com “free to share and use commercially” image search option.

One thought on “Knocking on the wooden door reveals a steel wall with a hole and dim lights shining through…

  1. Wow. Such a great scene. It lights up my imagination with the details and sounds. The question that arises: Can this be filmed? Can it be made into a film? Editing sound of footsteps behind. Yes, of course it can. This is the beautiful and moody kind of dreamlike and strange surreal that I love.

    What happens next can be anything. Something frightening, something normal. a dreamlike journey even. not in that order or exactly in that order.

    Awesome!

    Like

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