The door of the freezing chamber is now locked, and I just realized the cool down speed with a human inside is 10°C per hour. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I decided to take part in this experiment. I thought it would be a great way to experience the future, but I had no idea what I was about to endure.
As the temperature dropped, my body started to ache from the cold. I tried to keep my mind occupied by counting the minutes, but it was impossible to ignore the pain. I began to hallucinate, seeing strange figures in the shadows and hearing whispers in the air. I tried to tell myself it was all in my head, but I was too scared to move.
The temperature eventually reached -231°C and I fell into a deep sleep. I didn’t know how long I had been asleep, but when I awoke, I found myself in a strange new world. The people here were strange and unfamiliar. I soon realized that 50 years had passed and I was the only one who had survived the freezing chamber.
I tried to find my way back home, but I couldn’t remember how to get there. Everywhere I looked, I saw the same strange figures that I had seen in my hallucinations. I quickly realized that these figures were not human, and they were out to get me.
I ran for my life, but no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t escape them. Then, just when I thought I was about to be captured, I felt something grab my arm and pull me away. I looked up and saw a familiar face. It was my great-granddaughter, who had been born after I had been frozen.
She led me back home, and I thanked her for saving me. I had survived my experience in the freezing chamber, but I was forever changed. I had seen things that no human should ever see, and I was left with a deep fear of the unknown.