Friday Fictioneers, 15 February 2013: History Revealed

There’s nothing like getting your brain wrapped around a great photo. Friday Fictioneers is great for that! Here’s this week’s image:

Copyright: David Stewart

My 100-word gem added to the crown that is Rochelle’s Linky this week is called “History Revealed:”

As you walk through the esplanade, be sure to stop and review the display. Their placement is a historical mystery; archeologists surmise that they were frozen in time in the late 21st century, during the Last Great War. They were discovered 50 years ago in the middle of this historically-accurate city replica and have been referred to as modern versions of the Tollond Man and other bog people. Thanks to our technology, you can safely stand by and take a photo to show your relatives back home. See how they appear so life-like? Right, next on the tour: gift shop. 

 

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  1. I really liked your story. I especially get a kick out of preserving modern day Seoul as a “historically accurate city replica.” It is strangely fitting – there are ancient palaces amongst the skyscrapers in that city, which I found kinda bewildering.

  2. Excellent! and a great link to a really interesting article. Amazing the way that body had been preserved. Thanks for adding to my store of information today. 🙂

    1. Ah, yes, Bee! I hadn’t thought of “Handmaid’s!” Thank you!

      Andree’ Robinson-Neal, EdD

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