Hostage On Forbidden Island (Part 2, page 1 of 4)


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Part 2

While taking pictures of the fires they all seemed pretty much the same. They all started in the back or side of the house where the owners bedrooms was. An exhalant was used to spread the fire. It really seemed that whoever had sat these fires was trying to erase the owners entire existance

​but for life of her she couldn't figure out why and that was the sixty four million dollar question in everybody's mindl. The police checked out all of themissing people who went there on vacation and was told that they feel in love with the island and had bought homes there. There were pictures of them at different homes in different parts of theisland. The homes were of different shapes and sizes. Most of the were huts or cabins and a few were wood houses. They all said that after the fires they didn't want to come back. The fire marshall didn't have anything to charge anyone with and just shrugged their shoulders and closed the case. Their insurance companies paid up

A few weeks after the fires Mr. Samuel Westerly changed his beneficiary on his life insurance policy to one of the ladies who he met on the island that worked in the office had a boating accident and drowned. The port authority and coronor on the island about three hundred miles away from Forbidden island was called out to the accident and all the proper paperwork was filled out and of course the beneficiary was very distraught over it all and the insurance company paid up.

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