When a Swiss psychiatrist arrives at a secluded sanitarium, people start disappearing, one by one until everyone is gone—except one. All the cars have been sabotaged rendering them inoperable. The phone lines have been cut and all the lights go out. The lone wolf is left to fend for himself. Will he be able to escape the fate of all the others? Or will he be swallowed up too!
“I went out the gate to talk to the watchman and he wasn’t in his booth…this was shortly before ten. Then I started to look around a bit. It was creepy, Alex. The whole area was filled with a weird heaviness. The air was so thick with it I could hardly move. It was like those dreams where you try to move but you can’t. It was surreal. I couldn’t see anything but I had the feeling I was being watched…watched by someone, or something…evil. And then there was that smell, a sick kind of smell…not the usual kind that you would smell in a hospital. I’ve never smelled anything like it before in all my experience as a nurse. The closest thing I could compare it to would be…was like…a very pungent vomit—but again, not like any vomit I’ve ever smelled in all my nursing experience. And get this, the odor…well this is unbelievable, but it kept getting stronger!...almost to the point where I couldn’t breathe. It was as if the air were being consumed by the smell. That smell, believe it or not, was getting its power from eating the air!”