Containment Breach

The hallway swam in shadows as the overhead lights flashed.

The radio was silent, there was barely electric and plenty of gas.

Doors half-open, chairs were strewn about.

Documents fluttering in the air of an otherwise empty room.

The screen of the monitor took up an entire wall,

It was filled with dozens of smaller screens showing rooms and abandoned halls.

All rooms were empty, doors cracked open or busted apart.

A ghostly view highlighted by flickering lights and computers aglow with a blueish light.

Down below, a monster laughed.

Its prison opened, its freedom marked by an invisible bloodbath.

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