Labyrinth of Dreams

Samuel solo session

Friends and foes.

Samuel is stopped on way to breakfast and told brother is on way to see him and he is booked into hydrotherapy so skip breakfast and head to West Wing. On way overhears a conversation between a small, wiry looking orderly with angular features and slicked back hair telling his workmate that “they are mad letting the loonies out before theyve found out how it got it”. He sees Samuel listening and shuts the door on him.
Samuel heads outside and bumps into Alex who wonders why Samuel isn’t looking for the hole. Samuel decides not to look for it and heads for computer room, but is spotted by the wiry orderly, Liam Bishop, who makes him go for his treatment.
Samuel meets Dr Heinrich Hart who assures him that the therapy is safe and will be relaxing. He is given an injection contains a cocktail of psychoactive compounds and put in a glass tank. He has breathing apparatus attatched to his face and the tank is filled with water. The chemicals make Samuel feel blissed out until he notices the doctor and his assistant seem to be talking about him and smiling. Samuel has time to give him the finger before the doctor turns a dial cutting off his oxygen supply.
Samuel manages to escape the tank by kicking the glass out and runs as more orderlies appear – attacking him with barbed batons.
Outside on a monitor he briefly sees an image of a man with wild hair and a 7 pointed tattoo covering his blind left eye. He appears to be trying to say something buy the image flickers and fades into static.
Samuel runs, avoiding the receptionist who attacks him with a large knife. He hides in the hedge maze but is soon found by two orderlies and flees again – following a ghost like image of the man with the tattoo who be considered from the north as hordes of orderlies pour from the buildings, all armed with cruel looking weaponry.
Samuel manages to dig a small hole under the razor fence and escapes before the baying hordes of orderlies arrive who are now behaving very animalistic. Outside he runs north as more orderlies start to arrive from the south east and west sides of the hospital.
He sees a crypt but decides to avoid it and runs north following a butterfly through the moors, eventually arriving at a house.
Inside is a teenage girl and her uncle who seem to be expecting him. The introduce themselves as Bes and Andreas Guigon. “Don’t worry, this is a safe place” Andreas tells him and shows him the back door, which resembles a door from his childhood home. He tells him to remember the door and when he sees the sign of the butterfly in his dreams concentrate on the door and together they will create a door back to this place. Andreas warns that inside the asylum they are constantly being watched, even in their dreams, so Samuel must not talk about this to his friends. Andreas tells Samuel that inside the labyrinth all things are possible and if he goes deep enough it may be possible to find a place where his wife is still alive, but Samuel dismisses the notion. Samuel has many questions to ask but Andreas says they must continue the conversation later as he is about to wake up.
Samuel wakes up back in the hydrotherapy tank, safe for now.
He sees his brother Jack and has some success convincing him all is not right. Jack gives Samuel his phone and says he will get legal help if Samuel can find a way of paying for it.
After this Samuel heads again for the computer room but again is intercepted by Bishop who teaches Samuel a lesson for being rude to him earlier. A sedation team is summoned, Bishop telling them Samuel is being threatening. Samuel is sedated and put in seclusion. Before he goes Bishop warns him that he knows about the rumours of room 606. If Samuel pisses him off again he will put him there.
Several hours later Samuel is put to bed with a sore head and has a dreamless sleep.

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