There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio,
than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
Hamlet Act 1, scene 5, 159–167
He that diligently seeketh good procureth favour:
but he that seeketh mischief, it shall come unto him.
You have entered the foyer of the antique Victorian house.
The geometry of this room is strange, and does not seem to match the exterior geometry of the home.
Before you go further, a warning:
Psychics, folklorists, and paranormal investigators agree that seeking knowledge of the supernatural, morbid, or the occult is considered an invitation to spirits from other worlds. By pursing these stories, you mark yourself as being agreeable to their causes.
This structure was built specifically to house such spirits. Each is held back only by a single flickering candle and, to step further into the house, you will be asked to extinguish each candle, one by one.
Please know that to proceed is to welcome things from beyond your understanding. Once you begin, it is not advised that you stop until all candles are extinguished.
Do you still wish to continue?