I stared around at my surroundings, shivering. I couldn't remember anything about why I was in an igloo with a screwdriver and three dollars in my pocket, but that wasn't important now.
"Hello?" I called into the frigid air. "Is anyone there? Hello?"
"Don't worry. All will be revealed in time," a toneless voice pronounced out of nowhere.
"What? Who are you? Where am I?"
"You don't need to know. But you may know this: you are a part of an experiment. We need you to stay calm in order for our results to be accurate."
"What?!?" I screamed into the air. "No, I will not stay calm! What kind of experiment?"
"I told you; you don't need to know. Now calm yourself before we have to calm you by force."
"Go ahead and 'calm' me by force then!" I shot back sarcastically. A pungent odor started to permeate the air. I fought my closing lids as long as I possibly could, but eventually succumbed to a drugged sleep.