An attorney is on a business trip and needs a place to stay. Finding the most reasonable, yet inexpensive hotel he could, he checks in, taking his key and heading to his room. A few numbers down from his own, he notices that there is a door with the room numbers pried from it. This door was rather peculiar, he noted, but figured he needed sleep.
Once in his room, his mind could not stop pondering what lied across the threshhold of that room. Finally having enough, he threw off the sheets and walked quietly down the hall, kneeling down in front of the door, he peered through the keyhole.
The room was rather plain, with a few bleak aspects to it. Strangest of all, however, was a woman-like figure in the opposing corner, her head to the wall. He was tempted to knock, but decided against it. Mildly satisfied, he headed back to his room and fell asleep.
The next day was normal business, but his thoughts were anything but normal. His mind had been flooded with curiosity, yet again. The woman, the room, the door... Upon returning that night, he stopped by the door and looked into the keyhole again, but this time all he could see was a deep red. Guessing that the person had blocked the keyhole with a red cloth or the like, he went to bed.
While checking out the following morning, he asked the clerk (female) about the room. She sighed a bit, and with a little persuasion started speaking. "We had a couple stay in that room one night, we believe they commited suicide. Seeing as we had enough rooms to sustain us, we just blocked it off and tried to make it as inconspicuous as possible...about that couple, though..."
"They were quite strange. All of their body was a pure white, except for their eyes...which were a deep red."