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Demon’s Labyrinth

By mmedrano24 All Rights Reserved ©

Thriller / Horror

Glass Playtime

His head was bleeding. It had begun to pore rapidly as he ran out of the cell. After listening to the cries of a woman having her eyes taken out, Aiden had forcefully banged his head against the glass window in order to come up with a passable weapon. At first, the window only managed to cause him a serious headache but after a few slams the window indicated a spidery crack with reminiscent of blood. The crack fueled him to keep hitting the window with everything he had until he heard the glass shatter. Aiden quickly grabbed ahold of a shard of glass, cutting his hand along the way, and made his way to the woman. Her capturer was too focused on the task before him to notice as Aiden entered the room. Aiden noticed the woman spilled atop a metal table with half her flesh missing from her face. Her eyes had been ripped from its sockets and had left behind a bloody mess with parts of skin dangling from the side. It reminded him of pizza when you pulled the cheese away from the other slices. Her eyes were placed in a blender and liquefied to a watery substance. The capturer with a cruel smile poured the liquid down the woman’s mouth and forced her to swallow it. The woman gurgled in repulse and kept from spitting out the contents. The capturer covered her mouth with its clawed hands but could not stop all the vomit from seeping through his fingers. Aiden could not witness one more second of the display and took an attentive step forward. 


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