You run up the stairs and find a door at the first landing that says second floor. You need to find the sixth floor so you continue your climb up until you reach the landing at the sixth floor. From the stairway below you hear a door shut as footsteps start to echo through the stairwell. You can't tell how far or if they are coming closer so you duck inside the door to the sixth floor. In front of you are several doors that are numbered and two hallways. You probably don't have much time to search every door for Dr. Thomas's office, so your first choice better be correct. What is the number of the room that you want to enter?
Yes! Room 6-9 was listed on the papers you found in the records room as the office for Dr. Thomas. The two doors that are directly to your left are numbers 1 and 2. As you start down the hall, you hear a noise coming from your right. It's the elevator on its way up from the first floor so you need to find room number 9 immediatly. Looking closely at this drawing, you can determine what direction would most likely be the correct one to find room number 9. Is the room strait, right, or left? Hurry, the elevator is at the third floor already!
But then you'll knock the webs off the handle and someone might notice. Can you say "trapped"? The elevator is now at the forth floor. Hint; door 6-2 also has a web across it along with a few more items.
If there's 2 doors on each wall, and the numbers are going up, then 6-9 would likely be just around the right corner. Unless I'm getting too excited and losing my head again. Which happens... sometimes I get a little, well, you know.
The boy is correct! If you look at the floor going to the left, it has a well worn path and a broken web. The right hall has an intact web and the doors down the hall have webs across also. The elevator is now at the fifth floor so let's run to room 6-9 and see what's inside. Good job boy!