Junior Earplug Adventures: Natural Selection (Part 3)


The museum is a palace of remarkable visions – like these visitors arriving from an alternate dimension…

…and strange night-terrors…

…especially  in the darker places of the lower levels where earlier museums lay buried, and their long-dead inhabitants still walk those abandoned corridors…

And, of course, the sub-strata upon which the original foundations were laid, where subterraneans still live in permanent semi-darkness…

But within those many corridors that link every facet of the museum, visitors and inhabitants alike…

…need not worry themselves sick if they can’t find where they want to go, or perhaps an emergency toilet, because they need only whistle, and a waiting Robot Guide…

…will always be waiting keenly. So when the door to their cupboard opens…

…they will hesitate for no more than a heartbeat before they…

…leap into action and…

…ask, “Hey, Dude, could you use a little help?”

To which the visitor might well reply, “Yes, my bottom is about to explode: would you kindly show me to the nearest public lavatory?”

In which case the Robot Guide would…

…not hesitate to race along with a smug smile of self-satisfaction upon its cybernetic face.

But not everything connected to the museum actually occurs inside its hallowed walls. No, because very far away from the building there is a volcanic region…

And a bit further away from that stands the mountain citadel of Lemon Stone…

To be continued…

© Paul Trevor Nolan

 

 

 

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