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Umbrella's Secrets

Vue (none) posted on Jan 15, 2003
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Teresa had read the papers about the new company opening in town, how it promised to supply the city with more new jobs for all types. She had met several of the scientists from the local labs that came into the quick mart where she worked part time. None would talk about what they were working on, just a few comments ever now and then. It seemed they were doing some type of research, for a new cure she guessed because ever now and then they would mention a little bit about a virus, so she assumed they were working on a cure for it. Until some of her friends decided to go up to Harrison Heights and never came back. Harrison Heights is an area that was really popular with couples, but it was also about a couple of miles from the labs. What was the name of that new company, she couldn

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Djeser

4:21AM | Thu, 16 January 2003

Neat scene. I like the view of the woods through the ruined house. Very cool.

zxcvb

1:23PM | Thu, 16 January 2003

Cool scene . i like the textures and lighting in this

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jerr3d

9:10PM | Sun, 19 January 2003

Don't go in there! Excellent picture. Nice story too!


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