Mayday! - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Once Pitt is trapped inside the corridor he realizes that von Till has no intention of him leaving the villa alive. Knowing that nothing but danger lies ahead for him, Pitt must mentally prepare himself for the challenge. He reflects on something that he had once read, that total darkness can be the most terrifying experience for a human and knows that he must counteract that.

"Pitt's spirits touched zero and he could feel the first terror striking symptoms of panic edging rapidly into his mind. He remembered reading somewhere that nothing is more horrifying or uncomprehending to the human mind than total darkness. To not know or be able to perceive what lies beyond one's sight or touch, acts on the brain like a short circuit in a computer; it runs amok. What the brain cannot see, it creates; usually some nightmarish...

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