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Mistakes Part 2Alarmed, Castiel looked around. The room in which he found himself was small, barely larger than a streetside telephone booth, and was walled up on all sides by panels of darkened wood. There were no windows to see out of, no doors by which to leave; just four empty walls, enclosing him in a space so small that it only gave him enough room to stand. Swallowing back his fear, Castiel inspected the walls that surrounded him, pressing his hands against the wooden panels in search for any means of escape. Yet no matter how hard he pushed, the walls did not give way… he was trapped, and he had no idea where.
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