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MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (33)

I am taking part in Mondays Finish the Story 20/07/2015, which is a challenge that provides a photo prompt and the opening sentence to your story. The rules indicate that the story you come up with must be between 100-150 words, not including the given opening sentence.

The link below takes you to Part Thirty-Two

https://johnandmargaret1607.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/mysterious-island-32/

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© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Finish the story begins with:

“The petroglyphs told the story of an unusual event.”

“What sort of an event?” Marg enquired.
They had encountered an old man on the track. This man was a guide and was describing the inhabitants of the Miners Hill complex. He produced a copy of a hieroglyphical representation of petroglyphs scratched on the wall of a cave discovered in the area before the miners arrived. The event referred to a very bad omen that frightened the original inhabitants away. This limited the teams choice of a guide.
Paul Strang and Delphine were to fly two little bird helicopters and land some specially selected operatives. One approaching from the north and the other from the south. Col Jack and Paul would lead the north party and Marg with Delphine would take the south approach. Don Fernando with Bella and her team would first make a frontal assault and attack the complex grabbing the attention of the guards.
A warning sounded …..

(150 Words)

To be continued …..

The link below takes you to Part Thirty-Two

https://johnandmargaret1607.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/mysterious-island-32/

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https://mondaysfinishthestory.wordpress.com/

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17 thoughts on “MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (33)

  1. Good job fitting the petroglyphs into the continuing saga. Sounds like a lot of action is planned. We’ll be finding out if it’s successful. Well done, John. 🙂 — Suzanne

  2. Pingback: MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (34) | johnandmargaret1607

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