Each brick building passed, looking the same as the one before it. Inside, families checked to make sure their doors were locked and that the bars on their windows were secure. In the distant there was the mumbling of a drunk, a dog barked, setting every dog within range off into a frenzy of annoying barking that soon blended in into the background.
She checked her watch again.
He sensed something... something dark...
It was too quiet today, as if everyone was hiding. Could they see something he couldn't?
Dancer left the room and wondered to himself the whereabouts of Insom. He missed insom and realised there aren't many members left of whom there is any point talking to.
He picked a bit of crisp out of his teeth and ate it, he noticed that a woman had saw him, he felt slightly embarrassed but, then just got on with his life.
Degari sighed, "Hang in there Dancer, I know you'll be ok...ish again one day."
She left the padded cell, looking back once last time as Dancer had a sheepish look on his face, but his eyes were empty and he muttered something about chips, someone muttering about barking dogs and a padded cell.
Maybe not all hope was lost.
"Now doctor, do you know where...?" she started.
The doctor stopped her and nodded, "On the blank door with no window or sign, go down the stairs and turn left and on the second room on the right."
Degari took a step and looked back as Dancer's door closed.
"Don't worry, we'll do our best to bring him back." The doctor said.
Doesn't bother me. As far as I know, you've gone mad awaiting for Insom to return. Not too healthy.
Besides, you can always twist the story so that you were pretending to be mad in order to steal the satchel or something.
He yells just for the heck of it and then sleeps on the spot.