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We are going to try a new way of fastening the hands, we are using a straight jacket principle, where their arms are folded in front of themselves, and fastened by a chain to the back of the chair.

So once the participant is seated, I will fasten their legs, I will then fasten the wrist bands to their wrists while they are in front. The assistant will pass me a long chain that is attached to the back of the chair, and bring it around to the front where I will attach the wristbands to the chain. We then do the same for the other hand, so they eventually have their arms folded.

The assistant then raises the hood at the front just enough for me to see the participant's mouth, allowing me to put in the gag. They are then wheeled further into The Container.

We now have 3 versions of the new audio, a 4-person, 3-person and 2-person version.

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