Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Aureus Coffers

The famous explorer Arbuthnot Smythe and his assistant Pascal stood before the stone door of an inaccessible ancient Roman underground tomb over which their torches showed was engraved “ET REQVIESCENT IBI TRES THESAURIS” in large letters. Beside the door they … Continue reading

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A Mayan Pyramid Race

Captain Jack Starwalker was being chased up the steps of a Mayan pyramid by a prodigiously large, Mayan warrior with a hideously painted face holding a hatchet in his hand, followed closely by the High Priest Ahau’s pet, a ferocious … Continue reading

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The Riddle of the Dragon

Sir Lancelot was riding far from Camelot in pursuit of the Holy Grail when he came upon an abyss over which a bridge was stretched. As he arrived, he saw another knight being confronted by a large, flame-snorting dragon named … Continue reading

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The Future Life

On a sunny Fall afternoon, Madame Lulu opened the creaky door to her gypsy wagon at the fairground in response to a persistent knock. In climbed Jasper from the step ladder with a confused look. “Madame Lulu, I need to … Continue reading

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