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…an airy room with many doors. It was a big space, but I still felt crowded. I’ve always hated confinement.
“Whatever you do,” I warned them, “don’t touch that!”
“This must be an important room,” said one of them. “It has more doors than any of the others…”
This was not true but I didn’t want to interrupt.
“With so many paths crossing here we must be close to the center,” she continued.
I had noticed this guest before; I would have to be careful. “This is an important choice,” I said, trying to encourage them.
Gratefully leaving the room behind we walked all the way to…
- Images and text copyright 1985 by Christopher Manson
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● The item pinning the note is a golf tee, the top of the note reads “for.” “For” plus “tee” = “forty” indicating we choose that door. The other door leads to Room 24 “The Abyss.” [Independent Credit: Anchorperson Smith | White Raven] Also when playing golf players yell “fore” before their swing strengthening the “for” “tee” connection. [Credit Anchorperson Smith]
● In the text is the word “felt” which is an anagram for “left.” In this room as well as the other two rooms in which the word “felt” occurs (25, 34) the correct door is the the left door. [Independent Credit: Aria / Beelzebibble]
● The far right and left screws are level but the two screws facing the viewer are angled to line up with door 40. [Credit: David Gentile / White Raven]
● The bell is a square (4) topped with a circle (0). This is emphasized by the bell being mounted with four screws and the circle of the bell being outlined by a rim. [Independent Credit: Aria / White Raven] Perhaps in support of this, the sign can be seen as a square and the head of the tee a circle. [Credit: Aria]