HAI control system updated to provide new horrifying automation features.
October 31, 1976
What's for Dinner?
Choose Your Poison
Dick Cranium
Living (or Dying) Room
TV Technology
Ouija
Helpful How-To Book
How's Your Memory?
Next Patient
Paging Doctor Death
The Doctor Will See You
Embalming Room
Help Yourself
Hey!
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Slide 5 of 22
Living (or Dying) Room

It’s pitch dark when visitors enter the living room and the TV is off. After an appropriate period of eerie darkness, a motion sensor triggers the TV to turn on and a skeleton appears on the screen.

He informs visitors that many people have died in the room, but some remain. Visitors are told to count the dead and communicate it to them so they can “go on to their next existence.”

Then a black light kicks on and those hash marks (apparently for counting dead people) and blood stains become illuminated.

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