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Atlantis: Milo's Return part 5 there in the desert

 
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Pictures and full quotes MILO: There are pieces here that are hundreds of years oldThere are pieces here that are hundreds of years old. AUDREY: Oh, look, an antique. KIDA: How are people to use these things if they're locked behind glass? MILO: It's for protection. KIDA: I know what the spear is for. But why is it in a glass case? MILO: No, the glass case is for protectionthe glass case is for protection. KIDA: Wouldn't the spear be better protection than a glass case? MILO: Yes. No! It's there to protect from someone who might want to steal it. KIDA: Why would someone want to steal a glass case? MOLE: Calcified limestone more than 25 million years old from the Cenozoic Era. Hydrated aluminum silicates with basalt found primarily in the southern Colorado River Basin. Plastic! KIDA: Milo, it's just like an Atlantean guardianMilo, it's just like an Atlantean guardian. MILO: Well, not exactly. It's been modified by Noshoni design. KIDA: Either way, I am buying it. CARNABY: Ho-ho. That's what I like to hear. Because I want to sell it. The name's Carnaby. Now, that painting's of Crystal Guardian who crawled from the earth with weapons of blue fire. He was a great teacher and healer of the sick. Or so the legend goes. KIDA: How much is it? CARNABY: Well, that's a museum-class piece. SWEET: I'll bet there's a museum-class price to go with it too. CARNABY: It is rare, and I've had offers. KIDA: Is this enough? MILO: Kida, that's a lot... CARNABY: Sold! One Crystal GuardianOne Crystal Guardian. MILO: So, Mr. Carnaby, where exactly do you get all of your artifacts? CARNABY: Well, uh, here and there. But the older pieces are 100% authentic, I assure you. SWEET: Oh, I don't doubt that. MILO: Well, we're looking for a crate that may have been taken from Sam McKeane. CARNABY: Who are you people? SWEET: We're associates of Sam McKeane, and he's asked us to help locate the missing crate. CARNABY: Uh, can't help you. McKeane has a tendency to tell stories. I think he gets lonely out there in the desertI think he gets lonely out there in the desert. MILO: So you don't know anything about it? CARNABY: If McKeane lost a crate of pottery, that's not my problem. What in the Red Rock River Valley are you doin'? MOLE: Sampling the bowl. It is very nice. Would you like some? SWEET: Well, that could have gone better. MILO: Does it strike anybody as odd that Carnaby knows the missing crate contains pottery? Because I never mentioned what was in it. KIDA: You are right. SWEET: I don't trust that Carnaby. Don't like him one bit. Didn't like his attitude. Didn't like his shifty little eyes. Eyes are the windows to the soul, you know? MOLE: How would you like to gaze into the windows of my soul? AUDREY: Hey, didn't we just pass that guy? KIDA: Perhaps they are brothers? SWEET: Twice is a coincidence. But three times? I think someone's trying to tell us something. MILO: Hello. Can we offer you a ride? It's a long walk to anywhere. CHAKASHI: My name is Chakashi. And, yes, a ride would be welcome. MILO: Oh, he's Brazilian. CHAKASHI: I'm familiar with all nature's creaturesI'm familiar with all nature's creatures. This one is also known to me. SWEET: You wouldn't happen to have a twin or two, would you? CHAKASHI: There are many Noshoni men who walk alone in the desert. And we look all the same to the eyes of outsiders. Ah! Crystal Guardian, our great teacher and protector. He revealed many secrets to the Noshoni. The path of the stars, the time to plant, how to heal themselves. And like Crystal Guardian we will also protect our sacred beliefs from outsiders. Those who would plunder our lands to betray our secrets will answer to the ancient forces of the desert. AUDREY: A sandstorm? Where did that come from? MOLE: We are followed. CHAKASHI: There are ancient powers that will make certain our secrets are kept, and you, more than anyone, should understand this. AUDREY: They're trying to drive us off the road. I just put in that windshield. MILO: He's gone! KIDA: How? Where could he go? SWEET: People, we got bigger problems. They're in here with us. MOLE: No. Dust doggies, go away! AUDREY: Ugh! This is just great! The intake's got a 30 torque tolerance that's been blown and the combustion valves need a new ring slip. MILO: I didn't quite get all that. AUDREY: I build these engines from scratch. I fend off lava dogs who eat the distributor caps. And nobody told me I would have to deal with dust storm coyotes. If they got sand in the manifold, I quit! SWEET: Did you get it all that time? MILO: Every word. MOLE: We have returnedWe have returned. KIDA: We are back at the trading post. SWEET: Chakashi said there were ancient forces at work. Make a note to stay on their good side. AUDREY: Better, yet, no more picking up hitchhikers. CARNABY: Hey, I told you people to leave. SWEET: We have a couple of questions. CARNABY: I've already answered your questions. SWEET: Pet iguana. Eats anything. Meaning you might be on the menu. OBBY: Mmm. MILO: How do you know that the missing crate contains pottery? CARNABY: I don't. I... KIDA: And what do you know about an old man who calls himself Chakashi? CARNABY: I know I got a shelf full of painted rocks of him inside. MILO: Of course. Chakashi. The Noshoni wind spiritThe Noshoni wind spirit. SWEET: We gave a ride to a spirit? CARNABY: You can't really believe in that superstition. AUDREY: Well, we were just attacked by a pack of phantom coyotes in a sandstorm. KIDA: The same restless spirits that came after Sam McKeane. MILO: And whoever has that crate of pottery. CARNABY: Save it. I'm not superstitious. MOLE: I smell old pottery. KIDA: You had the crate all along. MOLE: Voila. MILO: It's rubbed smooth. Just like the inside of McKeane's shack. CARNABY: Well, there's no way you could prove it. MOLE: Sandstone, heavy red oxides, basalt, encrusted with the same silicate found in McKeane's shack. CARNABY: Well, so what? McKeane found it in the desert and then while he was in the hospital, I found it in his shack. KIDA: That is called stealing. CARNABY: That's called commerce, honey. Besides, McKeane's the only one who knows the location of where the pot came from. MOLE: Judging from the high alkaline content, I would say it came from a cave on the south face of the Mogollon Rim, 15 miles north of here. CARNABY: Huh! SWEET: He's good. Dirty, but good. CARNABY: Well, you know, maybe I didn't take things seriously enough. There are a lot of old tales and mysteries out here in the desert. And the coyotes you encountered are a good example. MILO: I thought you didn't believe. CARNABY: Well, I sure don't want to end up like McKeane. So maybe if the pot's returned, that'll settle these restless spirits. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

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Atlantis: Milo's Return part 1
Atlantis: Milo's Return part 1
  2 could still be an Atlantean
2 could still be an Atlantean
  3 Kraken and this town
3 Kraken and this town
  4 the people of Atlantis
4 the people of Atlantis
 
5 there in the desert
5 there in the desert
  6 must remain a secret
6 must remain a secret
  7 the end of the world
7 the end of the world
  8 the power of the crystal
8 the power of the crystal