Gas Chamber #Friday Fictioneer


He knew he had messed up. He was certain of retribution but not sure how it will come. So, midnight summon did not surprise him.

Go inside the room and pick a paper. Your instructions are there,” a man in the reception informed him.

Cautiously, he entered the room, fearing every moment that someone may jump on him. He lifted a red colored paper from the glass jar. Strangely, there was nothing in writing.

He turned around hearing a hissing sound from under the pebbles. Before he realised he was inside a gas chamber, he lost consciousness.

Word Count: 96

This is an effort to write aflash fiction effort with the Friday fictioneers, 11th, Jan, 2019, using picture prompt provided by host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Other stories can be found here.

Photo Prompt : Priya Bajpai

28 thoughts on “Gas Chamber #Friday Fictioneer

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    1. I understand your sentiment. I am sorry. In this part of the world we do not have such strong emotions attached to gas chambers. We have not experienced it. I am removing my post.


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