Physicist Leonardo Vitra smelled the smell of human flesh burning, so he realized it was his smell. He raised his head and stared with fear at the spectrum waving over him in the dark: "What do you want!" The latter replied in a rough voice, "Password." "But I ... I don't-" The intruder pressed the white and hot body that he carried in his hand, placing it deep into the body of Vitra, who had heard the hissing of his roasted skin, so he cried with pain: "There is no password!" And he entered dizzy and almost fainted. The spectrum began to stare angry at him, then he said: "This is what I feared." Vitra was trying to hold as much as possible in the darkness surrounding the place. His only comfort was in preventing him from attacking this person to obtain what was coming for him.