wasn’t enough clientele to lease them out, and “Jeff” was hopingthat bringing “Jesse” in will help out.
“Jessie” had exited “Jeff’s” office and is going to takethe freight elevator because he is parked in back of the building. The elevator is broken, so he has totake the stairs. “Jessie” on his way out enters someunfamiliar corridors that have been underconstruction for some time, are unused and havevery little traffic. He opens a door checking for anexit but enters a room instead. Realizing he is lost,he continues to check for another door that might bethe exit. As he enters a room, he hears a voice.
“Killer”: I’m busy. No one is supposed to be here!
“Jessie” cannot see who is speaking.
“Jessie”: Sorry to have bothered you. I appear to belost. Which way is the exit?
“Jessie” hears some scuffling noises, but still cannotsee anything.
“Killer”: Head back out that door you came in and keep going.
“Jessie” heads back out the door. As he pulls thedoor too, he pauses. Something didn’t seem rightwith this situation. At this point, a maintenance mancomes around the corner.
“Maint. Man”(Speaking loudly): Can I help you?“Jessie”: I’m lost and I’m trying to find the exit.“MM”: Follow me and I will show you the way out.“Jessie”: Would you check out this room first…something seemed strange here.“MM” (opening door and stepping in room): Is theresomething I am supposed to see?“Jessie”(Looking around the MM): There wassomeone here a minute ago.“MM”: I don’t see anyone. There is nothing