Hi, guys, I'm writing a short story set in the basement of a hospital morgue. In the scene the lights are out and there's a body that has just sat up on the table. I've found the number one criticism of my writing so far (I've only been writing for a year) is that I tell too much. I get this over and over again, and I'm trying to work on it. Anyway, I'd like the M.C. (who's currently laying on the linoleum floor, having slipped (I know sounds like a lot of cliches right now, but I'm writing this story mainly for practice)) to think he hears the body (which has a sheet over it) get up and start walking towards him. I want to stress this is NOT a zombie, or anything like that. One problem I have is that I don't know anything about how morgue tables sound. I know, that's weird. But do they creak? I'm picturing it being stainless steel. Should I use sounds from the feet hitting the floor, or the sheet moving around? Again, it's not a zombie. I don't want the "corpse" making any audible sounds, like groaning or anything like that. I'm kind of lost. So any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.