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Pumpkin_Man wrote:Here's an idea that I was playing around with.
In the mid 1800s, a wealthy industrialist builds himself a beautiful mansion. This insudtrialist is rich, popular, gives to charities, and goes to church every Sunday, BUT holds a dark secret. In the basement of his huge spacious mansion is a torture chamber where men, women and children are tortured slowly to death in the most agonizing ways possible. His victims are mainly the poor employees who work in his factories, and owe him more money then they cane ver pay. He invites them to his home, promising that if they cooperate with him, their debts will be wiped out, but when they get there they are placed in shackles, brought to the torture chamber where they never see the light of day again. This goes on for years, until this industrialist grows old and dies. According to local legend, this man's death was the most horible ever whitnessed by doctors and servants alike. By the time death finaly comes, this industrialists body is so horibley disfigured by this rotting desease he had, with maggots all over him that the undertaker is even hesitant to go into his room. The odor of death permiates through out the entire house, but the most horrid thing of all is the expression of hellish agony on his dead face. A closed casket wake was held, but only a tiny handful of people came.
The man is burried in the private cemetery outside the huge estate. The basement is bricked off, and nobody ever discovers the gruesome secret until the spirits of those murdered and tortured begin to manifest themselvs. Unexplained sightings, scrreams of agony in the night. Laughter, and the rancid odor of death ever present.
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