Excerpts from "Hospitalization"

Excerpts from "Hospitalization"

Status: Finished

Genre: Horror

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Status: Finished

Genre: Horror

Summary

Daisy-McFairy is a perfect, quaint little town. The epitome of harmony and paradise. But a nearby hospital is looking to change that. A hospital whose workers only know death and destruction. Will the perfect status quo win out because it is in fact perfect? Or will the powerful darkness consume all into oblivion?

Summary

Daisy-McFairy is a perfect, quaint little town. The epitome of harmony and paradise.

But a nearby hospital is looking to change that. A hospital whose workers only know death and destruction.

Will the perfect status quo win out because it is in fact perfect? Or will the powerful darkness consume all into oblivion?

Content

Submitted: November 02, 2012

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Excerpt 1

 

"We got a bleeder!" What normally would've been said in a voice of terror and empathy was screamed in a voice of glee and excitement. You see, Jeopardy Hospital was not a hospital of caring treatment that most hospitals are. Jeopardy Hospital was quite the opposite. It was a hospital where the sick and harmed came to die, most of the time not from natural causes, unless you consider a nurse giving someone poison to eat "natural." In fact, Jeopardy Hospital could've been known as an anti-hospital for the function it served. Jeopardy Hospital is where people came to die, most often at the hands of someone that worked there, but it was never an accident. If someone came there and accidentally died, whomever was responsible for that person was fired on the spot.

 

Excerpt 2

 

The paramedics all had blank expressions that appeared to somehow display disdain, and all had very strong upper-bodies (needed to DEAL with all of the bodies that they managed throughout the workday) with a greenish tint. Most of them had broad chests and shoulders and very hairy forearms, short haircuts, and no facial hair. They were very uniform in operation, appearance, and mannerisms. They all showed the very limited emotional range of furrowed brows and set jaws.

The nurses were similar to the paramedics in that all of their emotional ranges and actions were the same, except their emotions were more deceiving. They all had evil smiles on their faces that attempted to say "How may I help you?", and they all were very slender with small arms and flat frames. They all appeared to be much older than they were, appearing to be in their late 50s or early 60s with light purplish skin and dark, graying, wavy hair that was pulled tightly into buns. It appeared as if they all had sharper teeth than most people would. Most of them liked to drink blood that they took from blood tests. If you weren't careful enough, you'd swear that the nurses could levitate and flow through walls.


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