Far down the first floor hallway, there is one room hidden among the hundreds of empties, a secret kept unlocked in plain sight.
Behind door number 865, there is a room that looks like it used to be a bright and sunny place. There are tall windows along one side looking out onto the grounds, but the blue curtains are drawn closed. Everything has a thick layer of dust. This particular room hasn't been touched in more than ten years, and Wonderland's magic seems to have ignored it.
The paint on the walls is cracked and faded. There are rectangular shadows here and there, places where pictures were once pasted to the wall and ceiling but were eventually removed - except for one portion of wall exclusively devoted to pictures of a gray tabby cat. There are at least fifty pictures there, all slightly different, and all labelled Dinah.
In the corner, a small trash bin has been knocked over. It is full of crumpled-up papers and they're spilling out onto the floor.
The nightstand drawers do not have very much in them. The top one has loose paper and old crayons, and the middle one has a lot of hair ribbons in different colors. The bottom drawer is empty.
The bed is made and the room is clean (under all the dust, that is). It looks like it used to belong to a little girl, but that it hasn't been inhabited by one for the longest time. There are also signs a cat used to live there - an old scratching post and some mouse-shaped toys - but no cat to be found.
There are two mirrors by the bed and a free-standing one for playing dress-up. All of them have messages scrawled on them that were once urgent, but now the ink is old and faded. Even if someone were to try and wipe the messages away, they would not come off. They appear to have been written on the other side of the glass, though when one looks they will only see themselves and the words.
In addition to the shadows where old pictures had been, there are pictures drawn right onto the ceiling above the bed. They are mostly of flowers and rabbits and cats.
The closet is functional. Beyond that, there is not much more to see.
[ooc: PLEASE be courteous to your fellow players and DO NOT remove anything from the room. That way anyone who wants to explore it can find the same clues when they get there. Finally, exploration logs should go in entrancelogs (or entranceway for action-spam) and not in the replies to this post. ♥]