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Thomas is informed his uncle committed suicide, leaving him a letter and a property known as Kaiser Gardens. The letter tells him to never go to the lower levels of the building and that the family is cursed. Thomas is startled to find out the inherited property is the very same building from his dreams. While at Kaiser Gardens, Thomas runs into a realtor Linda (Natalie Hall) who gives him the keys and asks him a series of questions. That night while sleeping at the property he dreams of the sleeping girl and this time is able to kiss and awaken her. She tells him her name is Briar Rose and that they can communicate now that they are close in the physical world. He has a false awakening to an attack from the Veiled Demon. He wakes up from the nightmare to Billings (Scott Alan Smith) an appraiser knocking on the front door. The appraiser tells him many people went missing in the house, but the police found nothing. Thomas explores the house and finds mannequins and an unmovable door shrine.
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In past times there were a king and a queen, who said every day, "Oh, ifonly we had a child!" but they never received one. Then it happened one day while the queen was sitting in her bath, that a frog crept out of the water onto the ground and said to her, "Your wish shall be fulfilled, and before ayear passes you will bring a daughter into the world." What the frog said did happen, and the queen gave birth to a girl who was so beautiful that the king could not contain himself for joy, and he ordered a great celebration.He invited not only his relatives, friends, and acquaintances, but also thewise women so that they would be kindly disposed toward the child. There werethirteen of them in his kingdom, but because he had only twelve golden platesfrom which they were to eat, one of them had to remain at home. The feast was celebrated with great splendor, and at its conclusion the wisewomen presented the child with their magic gifts. The one gave her virtue, thesecond one beauty, the third one wealth, and so on with everything that one could wish for on earth. The eleventh one had just pronounced her blessing when the thirteenth one suddenly walked in. She wanted to avenge herself for not having been invited, and without greeting anyone or even looking at them she cried out with a loud voice, "In the princess's fifteenth year she shall prick herself with a spindle and fall over dead." And without saying another word she turned around and left the hall. Everyone was horrified, and the twelfth wise woman, who had not yet offeredher wish, stepped foreward. Because she was unable to undo the wicked wish, but only to soften it, she said, "It shall not be her death. The princess will only fall into ahundred-year deep sleep." The king, wanting to rescue his dear child, issued an order that allspindles in the entire kingdom should be burned. The wise women's gifts were all fulfilled on the girl, for she was so beautiful, well behaved, friendly, and intelligent that everyone who saw herhad to love her. Now it happened that on the day when she turned fifteen years of age theking and the queen were not at home, and the girl was all alone in the castle.She walked around from one place to the next, looking into rooms and chambers as herheart desired. Finally she came to an old tower. She climbed up the narrow, winding stairs and arrived at a small door. In the lock there was a rusty key, and when sheturned it the door sprang open. There in a small room sat an old woman with aspindle busily spinning her flax. "Good day, old woman," said the princess. "What are you doingthere?" "I am spinning," said the old woman, nodding her head. "What is that thing that is so merrily bouncing about?" asked thegirl, taking hold of the spindle, for she too wanted to spin. She had no sooner touched the spindle when the magic curse was fulfilled, and she pricked herself in the finger. The instant that she felt the prick she fell onto a bed that wasstanding there, and she lay there in a deep sleep. And this sleep spread throughoutthe entire castle. The king and queen, who had just returned home, walked intothe hall and began falling asleep, and all of their attendants as well. Thehorses fell asleep in their stalls, the dogs in the courtyard, the pigeons onthe roof, the flies on the walls, and even the fire on the hearth flickered,stopped moving, and fell asleep. The roast stopped sizzling. The cook, who wasabout to pull kitchen boy's hair for having done something wrong, let him loose andfell asleep. The wind stopped blowing, and outside the castle not a leaf wasstirring in the trees. Round about the castle a thorn hedge began to grow, and every year it becamehigher, until it finally surrounded and covered the entire castle. Finallynothing at all could be seen of it, not even the flag on the roof. A legend circulated throughout the land about the beautiful sleeping Little Brier-Rose,for so the princess was called. Legends also told that from time to timeprinces came, wanting to force their way through the hedge into the castle.However, they did not succeed, for the thorns held firmly together, as thoughthey had hands, and the young men became stuck in them, could not freethemselves, and died miserably. Many long, long years later, once again a prince came to the country. Heheard an old man telling about the thorn hedge. It was said that there was a castle behind it, in which a beautiful princess named Little Brier-Rose had beenasleep for a hundred years, and with her the king and the queen and all the royal attendants were sleeping. He also knew from his grandfather that manyprinces had come and tried to penetrate the thorn hedge, but they had becomestuck in it and died a sorrowful death. Then the young man said, "I am not afraid. I will go there and see thebeautiful Little Brier-Rose." However much the good old man tried to dissuade him, the prince would not listento his words. The hundred years had just passed, and the day had come when Little Brier-Rosewas to awaken. When the prince approached the thorn hedge, it was nothing butlarge, beautiful flowers that separated by themselves, allowing him to passthrough without harm, but then behind him closed back into a hedge. In the courtyard he saw the horses and spotted hunting dogs lying thereasleep, and on the roof the pigeons, perched with their little heads tuckedunder they wings. When he walked inside the flies were asleep on the wall, thecook in the kitchen was still holding up his hand as if he wanted to grab theboy, and the maid was sitting in front of the black chicken that was supposedto be plucked. He walked further and saw all the attendants lying asleep in thehall, and above them near the throne the king and the queen were lying. Hewalked on still further, and it was so quiet that he could hear his own breath.Finally he came to the tower and opened the door to the little room where LittleBrier-Rose was sleeping. There she lay and was so beautiful that he could nottake his eyes off her. He bent over and gave her a kiss. When he touched herwith the kiss Little Brier-Rose opened her eyes, awoke, and looked at himkindly. They went downstairs together, and the king awoke, and the queen, and all theroyal attendants, and they looked at one another in amazement. The horses inthe courtyard stood up and shook themselves. The hunting dogs jumped and waggedtheir tails. The pigeons on the roof pulled their little heads out from beneaththeir wings, looked around, and flew into the field. The flies on the wallscrept about again. The fire in the kitchen rose up, broke into flames, andcooked the food. The roast began to sizzle once again. The cook boxed the boy'sears, causing him to cry, and the maid finished plucking the chicken. And then the prince's marriage to Little Brier-Rose was celebrated with great splendor, andthey lived happily until they died.
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