By: Anthony Arbaiza
You walk into an empty room. A ceiling fan with a hanging light swings ever so slightly overhead, casting an eerie shadow on the bare cement floor below. You look behind you to where you came in and find nothing but a smooth, cold wall. On the opposite wall are three doors, each a different color: green, black, and an unfinished wood as if freshly mounted into the door frame. A slight tickle in your pocket and a sudden weight prompts you to reach inside. You pull out three distinct keys.