The Van Helsing Impetus – Excerpt No. 62

The office was barren, with no special attention paid to the aesthetics. The walls and ceiling were bare concrete, while piping and conduits cut through at random.

The desk itself was a dull grey, and nearly blended in with the concrete’s natural colouring. The same went for a row of matching file cabinets, all equipped with a hefty locking mechanism.

The wall to the left of the desk was bare, but there was a pull down screen hanging from steel chains. Given how Spartan this room was, the black tripod, and stool stuck out.

This place had a decidedly melancholic feel to it. It surprised her that anywhere within the realm of Evelyn’s influence

“Functional,” Clara said.

“I told him depressing,” Evelyn said.

Picture of a woman in a flowing white dress, staring into an unknown light source. Sitting in a room of concrete and brick, with no colour. Image by Rene Asmussen from Pexels.
Disclaimer: This excerpt from The Van Helsing Impetus is currently in development. There may be typos, errors, omissions, inconsistencies and so forth. The image is sourced from Pexels.


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