The Medusa Collection

The statue was remarkably real looking. It was on display in The Art Museum, a new piece. An anonymous art collector had dropped off several statues at the Museum the month prior. Many were grey and marble looking, but the color was starting to brighten. This man, with the stone blindfold, was becoming more and more real looking by the day. The blindfold started to look more like cloth, the skin had defined pores and discoloration. The curator had inspected the conditions of their environment, but nothing seemed off or out of the ordinary. They called it the Medusa Collection.

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