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My on-going experiment. The question is:" Which one might make a customer more confused or impressed?"

Walking into a room and they see a cabinet become a door? Or seeing the cabinet positioned to the side allowing them to see the passageway,
then when they are returned to this room,the passageway is "gone" with the cabinet in it's place?
Added to their possible confusion is the entire room is lit differently when they return to it.(Through another secret passageway)
Last night one man got confused when he thought it might be in the same room ,except the way they had first left the room was then gone!
Probably part of his confusing memory was that the cabinet wasn't moved the first time,so.. his brain might have not allowed that possibility?
Maybe a very small maze with live mice could prove or dis-prove what I am trying to figure out?
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