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The Brookhaven Keypad Memo is found by Heather Mason in Silent Hill 3, posted at a bulletin board near the second-floor patient wing at the Brookhaven Hospital. The door to the patient wing is locked, and in order for it to be unlocked, a certain combination of numbers must be typed into a keypad near the door. Reading the memo carefully will help the player to deduce the correct combination.
The text of the memo varies according to the game's difficulty.
- "Press, move 2 right;
- press, move up 1;
- press, move 2 down;
- press, the door shall open."
- "The first is larger than the second;
- the second twice the third;
- the third smaller than the fourth;
- the fourth is half the first.
- Four of the numbers are not repeated
- Three are not in the top row
- Two are not in the right row
- One of the numbers is the final key"
- "Pure eyes, blue like a glassy bead —
- You are always looking at me
- and I am always looking at you.
- Ah, you're too meek —
- beautiful, unspoiled:
- thus I'm so sad, I suffer —
- and so happy, it hurts.
- I want to hurt you
- and destroy myself
- What you would think
- if you knew how I felt.
- Would you simply smile,
- not saying a word?
- Even curses from your mouth
- would be as beautiful as pearls.
- I place my left hand on your
- face as though we were to kiss.
- Then I suddenly shove my thumb
- deep into your eyesocket.
- Abruptly, decisively,
- like drilling a hole.
- And what would it feel like?
- Like jelly?
- Trembling with ecstasy, I obscenely
- mix it around and around: I must
- taste the warmth of your blood.
- How would you scream?
- Would you shriek "It hurts!
- It hurts!" as cinnabar-red tears
- stream from your crushed eye?
- You can't know the maddening
- hunger I've felt in the midst of
- our kisses, so many of them
- I've lost count.
- As though drinking in your cries,
- I bring my hopes to fruition:
- biting your tongue, shredding it,
- biting at your lips as if tasting
- your lipstick.
- Oh, what euphoric heights I would
- reach, having my desires fulfilled
- like a greedy, gluttonous cur.
- I longed, too, for your cherry-tinted
- cheeks, tasty enough to bewitch my
- I would surely be healed,
- and would cry like a child.
- And how is your tender ear?
- It brushes against my cheek;
- I want it to creep up to my lips so
- I can sink my teeth into its flesh.
- Your left ear, always hearing words
- whispered sweet as pie —
- I want it to hear my true feelings.
- I never lied, no...
- but I did have my secrets.
- Ah, but what must you think of me?
- Do you hate me? Are you afraid?
- As though inviting you to the agony
- at the play's end, if you wish, you
- could destroy me — I wouldn't care.
- As you wish, you may destroy me
- — I wouldn't care."
- There is speculation that the memo in the "Hard" difficulty was written by Stanley Coleman, because his diary entries are of a similar writing style.