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It was a cold and windy evening and I was looking for a place to stay the night while I was passing through town. Wandering through the empty streets, I was looking for the most appealing hotel. Then all of a sudden I saw it: the Riverside Hotel.
The front door seemed like it was glowing while the glass windows were shining even though the sun was not out. I felt some chills go down my spine just by witnessing this building, yet I was also enchanted at the same time. Part of me was intrigued by a hotel that looked so inviting and appealing. I made my way towards the front entrance expected a staff member to come out to greet me, but no one came out to help. The front desk was deserted, so I rang the bell and waited for someone to come and attend to me. I ended up waiting what seemed like a couple of hours even though in reality it was no more than two or three minutes. There was an eerie feel to the place. Part of me wanted to leave right then and there because I could sense that something was not quite right, but I needed a hotel room and there were very few rooms available in this town during the busy holiday season. Eventually a man dressed in a suit came down the stairs and introduced himself to me as the manager of the place. Before I could even enquire about a room, he immediately told me that I could stay in the VIP room for a discounted rate. This seemed too good to be true, but I took him up on the offer right away. The manager asked me if I could follow him upstairs so he could show me to my room and I promptly did. While going up the stairs, I noticed dark paintings on the walls of ghosts and skulls. An old man, probably one of the guests, came out of a room with a look of horror on his face. ...
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