Chapter 33

I left the bars and walked into the cell, moving to the end and plopping down on the floor. The floor and walls were cold and somewhat damp, the ugly memories streaming into my head as I stared around the cell. Though I know they did not bring me here to hurt, I could help the cold chills that ran down my spine.

These place held so much terror filled memories and the last thing I want to do is spend more that a few hours here. It was completely dark, they must have switched off the only fluorescent light in the room. My heartbeat quickened at ever slightest sound in the room.

I leaned back against the wall and pulled my knees up to my chest, wrapping my arms around myself. It was the only way I could shield myself from the cold. I really wish they left at least a blanket for me, but that was one impossible wish. They would never care about me.

I shut my eyes tight and leaned my head on my knees, but regretted my actions immediately when every horrible past events of my stay here cam
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