Not that the audiences who engaged with this year’s programme are likelyto forget their experiences, particularly if they entered into the darkmindset, and even darker labyrinth of h.g. […] Shoes off, torch in hand, youstep one by one into darkness. A woman’s voice whispers through headphones, and it’s her remembered ordeal, criss-crossing with that of the lost, abandonedchildren, that leads you through a network of pitch dark cubicles. Sounds,smells, and objects hint at a dread and violent reality beyond fiction. Is thefinal installation, a crime scene outline of a body and a glass cabinet withcharred remains, how she escaped from un-named terrors? Children and adultsfill in details from their own imaginings, then pull on their shoes and prepareto step into the light again.