Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Tunnels of Carown Part II

The Tunnels of Carown are extensive, thus why no one has ever come back out alive if they have gone in even a little bit.  It branches about ten feet in, continuing on straight ahead, slightly to the left and slightly to the right, each of the three sloping away from each other, the left and center going down, the right going up at slight angles.  There is no natural lighting, and there are crude hieroglyphics on the walls as soon as a person gets away from the mouth of the tunnel.  The sounds of bats, dripping water, and the patter of little rocks falling from the roof can be heard.  The walls are jagged and undeveloped.  The roof is tall in some places and makes people crawl in others.

Tomorrow: The right tunnel.

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