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JDPriestly Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-05-11 10:07 PM
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5. When he walks into the second hallway,
Edited on Wed Jan-05-11 10:07 PM by JDPriestly
he seems to touch things to his right. He is definitely not walking in a straight line. He does seem quite confused. You can't help but wonder where he came from and why he only has one shoe and is carrying and not wearing that shoe.

He walks to the end of the hall and then just closes the door. Hard to say why. Maybe the open door was causing the person behind the desk to be cold, and he was asked if he would close it. He flails his arms. Maybe he was upset that he couldn't get outside through a door.

He looks either slightly tipsy or perhaps ill. Maybe he had a small stroke. Maybe someone hit him or drugged him. He seems able to walk, but is a little dazed.

I am very sorry for his family. They must be going through a lot of pain right now.
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