The Sunday Whirl

Only a minute bit of the compressed air was released, but her vision blurred instantly. A bright glow shown all around her body and she was shaky. She tried reading the lines they provided to determine mental status but only a strip of the sentences was legible. Desperate to succeed, she firmly gripped the paper closer, then felt the ground give way—a switch of another bright light glared, and she disappeared. The doctors at the lab were safely cordoned off while the time travel experiment was halfway completed. Now they only had to wait ten minutes when hopefully their companion would return.



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