Operation : Idols Unfit for Display
This declassification series pertains to an archaeologist of some renown that ICA founder Abel
was following for cleaning at the request of the United States Army Intelligence in the mid 1930s.
So this adventure comes to a close, as did Abel’s vacation. With the Idol back in its safe holding area and once again guarded by a mass of compressed air blow darts, careening boulders, and killer spiders, Abel returned to his work with his partner Danjuro. It would not be long before war erupted and the path of the ICA changed slightly.
I still don’t have access to much of those archives. As far as I know, –redacted– is the only one with access. Which leaves me to wonder if we’ll ever see the stories of the ICA in World War 2.
One curiosity, has arisen. Now that we have declassified that Abel returned the Idol to its antechamber, will budding mercenaries and archaeologists attempt to return to the jungles of –redacted by J.H.Shepard– and attempt to recover this legendary item.
I suppose time will tell. That has been hard for me to think that all my ancestor worked to keep secret is becoming more and more.. well… public.
And I suppose I am kinda torn on what to do about that.
Next up! The continued adventures of Operation : Goofinger – the showdown at Fort Knox between the I.C.A. and the Smithsonians!
Thanks for reading,