by Jonathan Gray • March 8, 2014 • 0 Comments — 40 views
“Lady Blue” was moored at the jetty. Safely, as ever. The river currents were gentle. Always calm. But tonight there was fear in the air. The earth was still shaking. This had never happened before. All day this had been going on. Lightning was still leaping from earth to sky. There was a fiendish crackling. Scary.
Throughout the country, top scientists were being asked, “What does it mean? Could old Noah Lamechson be right, after all?”
The experts, true to character, spoke soothingly to the public, “Yes, it is unusual. But there’s quite a plausible explanation; in fact, we’re having a high level conference about it tomorrow.”
Twenty-eight days later, the world was dead. Rain was pouring, blowing and crashing from the heavens. Volcanoes expelled deadly fumes. Skyscraper-high waves, whipped up by screaming hurricanes, clawed at the mountains.
“Lady Blue”, her mast ripped off, was being rocketed forever under water, in a fast-moving current of suspended mud and sand. This was “Lady Blue’s” first and last voyage under the earth. She stopped suddenly. The rubble continued to pile above her.
Recently she was found – fossilised. Miners ran into her, as they dug deep inside the earth. I’ll mention that discovery again soon. Continue reading WHY did they never tell us about the boats in the mountains?