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The FugitivesTHE FUGITIVES
By Lord Strhad
The following notes were published in the NEW YORK JOURNAL, April 10 1905.They reproduce the last pages from a diary and belong to the material seized by the Canadian Royal Mounted Police from the fugitive Jean Henry Faux.
Jean Luc's plan was a success. It is unfortunate that Giovanni and Larry couldn´t make it, Will and he (Jean Luc) had warned us, if we were not quick enough, we would end up as fish in a barrel, but finally five of seven is not bad. Now we have food, weapons and a map and hopefully we will be crossing the border within days.
Strong Buffalo, the Indian, says he knows the forest to perfection, and many other talents that he presumed.
For my part, I can imagine my new life in San Francisco or maybe in Sacramento.
Following Jean Luc´s plan, we have delved into the thick of the forest, because the snow makes us easier to follow while stops our progress.
I do not know why, but Strong Buffalo did no
The Incident of the Baie de DieuThe Incident of the Baie de Dieu
By Lord Strhad
For the rest of the world, the terrible tragedy of the boat "Baie de Dieu", which occurred on August 19, 1993, was one of a string of misfortunes that befell over the nation of Haiti after the military coup that deposed President Aristide.
The death of 29 people whom try to leave the island to seek asylum in the United States, drew world attention to a little less than desperate situation suffered by millions of my countrymen.
But for me and a handful of acquaintances, what really happened that fateful night was the culmination of a series of events so macabre that still haunt me in my dreams.
As far as I can remember, my participation in the events occurred the same day we buried Lizette. She had been engaged to my best friend, Gerard, and had planned to marry that year. It was then when she died suddenly and without medical explanation.
All of us at the funeral felt a deep sadness. It was unfortunate that a woman so young and beautiful
The HeroThe Hero
By Lord Strhad
From his earliest childhood Milos had listened carefully to the stories his grandmother used to read to him. The boy traveled with Odysseus and his sailors during the decade-long odyssey, fought alongside Achilles in the shadow of the walls of Troy, sailed the Peloponnese along with Jason and the Argonauts and helped end the mighty Heracles twelve tasks.
When he grew up did not lose that love for the ancient Greek myths. Often went to bookstores and libraries for texts that contain more of those great stories.
But his hobby soon became an obsession. He became convinced that those stories were true and that all these heroes and their deeds were genuine. People began to call him crazy and avoided him. But that did not bother to Milos. He knew that sooner or later people would know the truth and come to him as the old ones came to Theseus.
Therefore, he was not surprised when the soldiers asked for his help. Since a few days ago, a horror had invaded their land. So
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