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The scene is set when John Murdock awakens to find himself naked in abathtub Little does he know he is not only naked physically butmentally as well He picks himself up and realizes his recollection ofthe nights past events are quite unclear He does not recall how he gotto the room he is in or why he was put there The real question is bywho The phone rings and John picks it up It is a psychologist Adoctor Schuber Telling him he needs to come to his office as soon aspossible He is worried about him and they have much more work to do Hehas never heard of this doctor He surely doesnt know what the hell heis talking about Images and hazy memories race through his mind Abright place where he sees a child playing on the beach Unlike thebright colorful images of the beach in his memory he has now foundhimself in a dark dull unfamiliar world He uncovers a body lying inthe room with him A woman half clothed with symbols that resemble anever-ending circle drawn in her own blood Many thoughts race in hismind If I am unsure of how I got here is it possible I committed sucha crime Could I be a murderer Before fleeing the hotel he makes a stopat the front desk He is informed he has been there for three weeks andhe left his wallet at the laundromat across the street In his wallet heonly finds a few clues to who he might be His license a photo of himwith a woman and a post card from a place called Shell Beach He isapproached by a prostitute in the laundromat He decides to follow herback to her apartment for the sole purpose of testing himself He wantsto see if he is really capable of murder Once alone with her it isquite obvious he cannot bring himself to harm her He now knows deepdown inside he did
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