21. Pick up the Key from the table.
22. Head to the door with the keypad on it and enter the numbers from the back of the photo. Then press “K” to unlock the door. Go through.
23. Use Retrospective Vision to see some writing on the wall. Then continue to the next room. There’s a puzzle here but we need a specific key to activate it. We’ll come back later. Pick up the newspaper from the desk (Community Pacification Memo).
24. Near the circular puzzle, use Retrospective Vision to get another voice recording.
25. Go back and up the stairs. Go through the door. You’ll first see a study, but then be transported to a classroom. Find the white object on the floor and tap it to go back to the study.
(If you head to the back while you still hear the voice, you’ll be able to see this ghost-like apparition before he drops the white object
26. Use Retrospective Vision to find another voice recording.
27. Pick up the “Eminent Domain Seizure of Property” from the coffee table.
28. Pick up “Report #7” from the other coffee table.
29. There are two close doors in the room. The one to the right is unlocked. Go through and pick up the Blue Complex Key from the table.
30. Pick up the “Program Approval” from the desk.
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