Stolen Treasure(for Friday Fictioneers)

“Just like Papa!”, Niko exclaimed, wearing a toy scuba helmet.
” Yes, Niko; it reminds me of the treasure hunt”, Constantine replied, then told the story:

It was a sunny day in 1943 Greece. I was sixteen years old and excited to be able to explore an ancient shipwreck. Demetrios and I donned our scuba gear then jumped into the water. We brought a chest to the boat, along with a number of artifacts. However, the Nazis were waiting for us. With guns pointed at us they demanded our findings. The commander nodded, then two soldiers took our findings.


This is a story for Friday Fictioneers by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields ; photo by Douglas M. MacIlroy


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Christian, freethinker, believer, skeptic, seeker.

2 thoughts on “Stolen Treasure(for Friday Fictioneers)”

  1. Dear Kevin,

    I have to wonder what the soldiers did to them after they took their findings. Nazis weren’t known for the their benevolence. Perhaps they did take pity on these kids, though. There are good people to be found everywhere, even in the worst of circumstances.




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