While drinking sage tea, Indiana Gram will take some time to
study a mysterious inscription he found under a rustic teak table dating from the Middle Ages*, that his wife Kate* bought along with an
arty tea tray from a dusty antique boutique.
He gives a
shout, falls out of his seat without a bruise and nearly wets himself when he decodes the following: «Today the 6th of
March* 1631, Esther* Davis buries rubies, gold coins and a charm
reset with diamonds, under a thornbush at the south border of the bay, on the island located at the longitude of 66º west and the latitude of 33º
north and you must count trees by threes, seven times where the hill
evens out towards the east».
When Indiana left home on his quest, his « arch» enemy, the mad scientist Gerald* Wolley glared at him with a look that could char and followed him as always, knowing Gram has a nose for good ones.
With an enthusiasm that seems to
dilate his heart, Indiana takes a train to get to his plane, but Wolley who has tailedhim all the way, will attach himself to the train and roller skate behind it without missing a
detail, now using a specially motorized pair of his own design that can ride over the bumps.
Wolley the bully, only caring about stealing the precious map while Indy hunts for treasure, will detach himself then shunt the train by remote control and send it racing towards a dangerous siding, where the rails are not streamlined and could lead to