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PART I - IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
CHAPTER 1 - THE HOUSE OF SECRETS OPENS UP

speaker was an enormous man who looked like a paid assassin. Somewhere from a nearby room I could hear the hushed tones of conversation. I had to remove all my clothes. I was trembling from the cold. The guard searched through every piece of clothing carefully and removed the contents of the pockets. Then he searched my body. He checked everywhere. It was a disgusting and humiliating experience. Then I was permitted to put my things on again. By that time, however, my shoes were without laces, and my pockets were completely empty. Without saying a word, two guards grabbed me and took me through the dark corridors of the basement. In one place water was seeping in a flood and I had to jump over it. In this corridor, guards were placed every ten yards wearing warm-up suits and rubber-soled shoes. They stepped from one cell door to another and, clicking open the tiny peepholes, checked them.
The door of a cell swung open, and I was pushed in. It was a tiny hole without the benefit of a window. All the light came from a single bulb. There were two wooden bunks about 12 inches apart. Nothing else. All the walls were dripping wet. The cement floor showed marks of water seepage. It certainly wasn't a health resort! For the time being, however, this was to be my home. It was a strange, silent place. Even the guards spoke in whispers as they scurried about in their rubber-soled shoes.
Suddenly I felt completely exhausted. My eyes closed automatically. This has always been my reaction to severe nervous strain. Lying down on the wooden bunk, I fell asleep in no time.

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