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Treasure Island

by Jack Lockerby


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About the Story

Two rival groups of pirates are searching for the treasure on Treasure Island, one consisting of pirates led by LONG JOHN SILVER and the other by SQUIRE TRELAWNEY. You of course play the part of JIM HAWKINS, whose parents own the Admiral Benbow inn. Your father has been taken ill and your mother has taken him away for a rest cure. You have been left in charge of the inn.

An old sea-dog by the name of BILLY BONES comes to stay at the inn and promises to give you a silver fourpenny piece every month if you will keep a good lookout for a dreaded sea-faring man with only ONE leg. As it turns out, TWO men visit the inn looking for Billy, firstly BLACK DOG and then BLIND PEW. The former, who has two fingers missing, is chased off by Bones, but the latter, whom some regard as a repulsive blind man, gives Billy a "black spot", a piratical summons, which brings on a heart-attack.

Realising that Pew would return with more pirates, you rush down to the village to summon help. Unfortunately, the villagers refuse your pleas, so you instead talk one young lad into going to fetch Mr. Dance and his revenue officers. You return to the inn and decide to keep a lookout for your unwelcome visitors...

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