FC: TREASURE ON JELLY FISH ISLAND
1: for every one who likes books about berried treasure and jelly fish
2: “Roger, Roger come over here” yelled Gary. Gary Frazier and Roger Allan were thirteen and twelve boys playing in Crescent bay on Half Moon beach when Gary tripped over what appeared to be a piece of wood. When he looked closer, he noticed that it was the lid to a box of some sort. Now, approximately one hundred and twenty two meters away, spying on Gary and Roger through a pair of binoculars, was a boy called Norman locket, a twelve boy with personal problems and a metaphorical storm cloud above his head.
3: "I'll get that box” said Norman to himself, and he told himself that for around ten minutes and by the time he finished telling himself that, Gary and Roger had already left the beach, going back to Rogers parent's beach house to smash the box open. Dam it Norman thought. “It’s not going to work” complained Gary as he threw the box out the second floor window for the fourth time “It has to crack open sometime” said Roger as they looked at it, perching for a week or rotten timber. they didn't notice that Norman had followed
4: them or that he was hiding behind the fence or that he still had a metaphorical storm cloud above his head, but this time, he was cursing his bad luck under his breath, not worrying about his personal problems. CRACK, the box split open and several things rolled out; an old parchment, one shrunken heads and a small glass looking ball which, surprisingly didn’t smash. Just then, Norman jumped over the fence and grabbed the ball, and ran off with it, tripping over a tree root at the same time, yelling "i've got the ball, I've got the ball!"
5: several things rolled out; an old parchment, one shrunken heads and a small glass looking ball which, surprisingly didn’t smash. Just then, Norman jumped over the fence and grabbed the ball, and ran off with it, tripping over a tree root at the same time, As he ran off, he was yelling; “I’ve got the ball, I've got the ball. Five minutes later, when Norman offered the ball to the jeweller on Jonson Street, for one hundred dollars, the jeweller said to Norman "you know that that is just a worthless peice of glass, so i'll give you ten bucks for it, take it or leave it". he left
6: it. Norman stormed out of the jeweller’s with an even bigger metaphorical storm cloud above his head. Cursing his luck and the jeweller under his breath, Norman walked out of the shop just as Gary and Roger were running past. They collided and Norman dropped the glass ball and just before it hit the ground, Gary thought that he saw a picture on the ground. Just before it hit the ground, Gary grabbed the ball and held it up to the light and when the light shone through it, a picture appeared on the wall.
7: It showed the island just off Half Moon beach, Jelly Fish Island on account of the many jelly fish surrounding the island. Norman ran to the beach the moment that he saw the map on the wall, yelling “I’ll get the treasure and you won’t!” unfortunately, this yelling alerted several other people standing around on the Jonson Street and they all ran after Norman to the beach. “Dam it” muttered Roger, “we’ll never catch them now”
8: “But they won’t get the treasure” said Gary “look” in the bottom corner, there was a small message. It read do not look for the treasure just yet, consult the parchment. A few minutes later, Gray and Roger were looking at a small map and reading another message. This one said when the heads are on the pedestal at three o’clock and their shadows point the way. Roughly two kilometres away, on Jelly Fish Island, twenty two people where over turning stones, one person knocked over the sun dial pedestal and someone else kicked over an old pile of stones,
9: that fell onto something with a loud clang he stopped to look, but it was only an iron ring. At the same time, Norman yelled out “I found a coin, a” but that was as far as he got when everyone except one person starter digging madly where Norman found the coin. “a plastic coin.” Norman said as he completed his sentence and he stated to walk back across the narrow strip of land which was exposed at low tide. On his way, he saw Gary and Roger going to the island. He shouted at them “you’ll never find anything but plastic coins out there” and
10: and Gary replied “Unless you Know how” and they continued on their way. “They know something” said Norman to himself but he stopped and considered his luck and decided that it wasn’t worth it, so he kept on going. It was two thirty, the tide was coming in and all but two of the once excited diggers had left when Gary and Roger got there. The first thing that Roger looked for was the pedestal and when he saw the sundial lying in the floor, he showed Gary and together, they lifted it onto its resting spot they knew this because it was a tile with no moss
11: on it.It took a while but by the time they had finished, the last two people had left the path between the island and the main land was covered in water about ankle deep and Roger’s watch said it was two fifty eight. “Quick Gary, the heads” said Roger and Gary put the head on the sundial just as Roger’s watch struck three o’clock, and the shadow pointed towards a pile of rocks. Once Roger and Gary had moved the rocks, they saw a rusty iron ring in a wooden trapdoor. When Roger and Gary opened it, a musty smell hit them in the face.
12: And then they saw a coin on the first step, a gold coin. Gary stepped down to look at it when he saw a thin wire running across the step. A trip wire. “Step over the first step” he told Roger. “Okay” he said and they started to descend into the cave. On the main land, Norman was angry. It had nothing to do with the man in a dinner suit who was stalking him we shall call this man Bob. Normally, people don’t dress up in dinner suits at three fifteen in the afternoon to stalk twelve year old boys.
13: On the main land, Norman was angry. It had nothing to do with the man in a dinner suit who was stalking him we shall call this man Bob. Normally, people don’t dress up in dinner suits at three fifteen in the afternoon to stalk twelve year old boys. Well this man came to close to Norman and Norman heard him. That was when Bob jumped on top of Norman and began asking him repeatedly “where is the treasure?” And Norman replied by giving him a hand full of plastic coins and running off.
14: and Gary and Roger had just finished climbing down four hundred and twenty steps. The steps led into a large room. A large empty room.