20000 Leagues Under The Sea

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Title: 20000 Leagues Under The Sea
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Date: March 23, 2007
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They were put into a dark room and after a good couple of hours a bright light came on and in walked two dark haired, strongly built men. Monsieur and Ned told their stories to the men in many different languages but to no avail. Both men appeared deaf and mute...
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Both men appeared deaf and mute. Shortly after the visit from the men a large meal and fresh sets of clothing for each was brought in by another apparently deaf member of the crew. Monsieur, Ned, and Conseil were withheld in the room and cared for until one of the dark haired men from the first visit confronted them again two days later...
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