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Jose Gaspar's "The Pharaoh's Curse" Cache

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Hidden : 3/30/2003
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Geocache Description:

An ancient Pharaoh's Curse protects this cache. Are you clever enough to evade the curse and find the Pharaoh's treasure?

Note: While this may be treated as a standalone cache, it is also part of the Jose Gaspar "Get A Clue" game. You do not need to play the "Get A Clue" game to search for this cache.

This cache will be archived sometime after August 3, 2003. Get it while you can!

Captain Edward Smith took another sip of cognac and leaned back in his chair.  The voyage on his ocean liner was proceeding smoothly and his passengers were pleased.  He had just finished an opulent meal and was enjoying the conversation of his dinner guests.  They had been telling each other stories of their families, business engagements or sharing gossip of new from the continent.  The conversation had been stimulating and no one had left the table, even long after the dessert plates had been cleared away by the ship's waiters.

Leaning forward, the captain turned his attention to Mr. William Thomas Stead, a journalist, who had been unusually quiet that evening.

"Mr. Stead," said the captain, "As a foreign correspondent, you must have a number of interesting stories that you could entertain us with.  Would you be willing to share one of them with us now?"

"Yes, Mr. Stead," exclaimed Brock Lovett, an undersea explorer. "Tell us a tale of suspense and adventure."

Mr. Stead looked thoughtful for a moment then answered, "Well I do have a true story that may interest you.  It involves a mummy, a curse and an ancient evil from Egypt that has survived from the 15th century BC to this very day.  I have first-hand knowledge of the curse. If anyone would like to hear of it, I'll be happy to tell the story."

The thunderous roar of approval from all around the table signaled the unanimous desire for Mr. Stead to continue.

"Very well," he said.  This is the true story of Queen Hatshepsut, who in Egypt is almost as famous as Cleopatra..."

Click here to read part two of Mr. Stead's story.

This is a multi-stage adventure with a large cache container filled with great stuff for kids and adults.

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