Lord Huntington is a prominent member of the British Geographical Society and a true adventurer. He is also a gambler with expensive tastes, who likes his single malt and is in dire financial straits, with his considerable estates in hock to the banks. He also has a beautiful girlfriend with expensive tastes, who he thinks he needs to keep entertained.
One tragic day, the famous historian, Sir Rodney Baskerville, calls his Lordship to his deathbed. On his dying breath the professor hands over a piece of paper with the code to a secret compartment in his desk. His last words are mumbled but: Blackbeard and Treasure can be made out.
This is the answer to Huntington's financial dilemma. He recovers the parchment map which is date verified to be authentic. The map contains clues to the whereabouts of eight chests containing a fortune in gold and precious stones........
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