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A Bad One October 9, 2011

Filed under: Green Oz Creek/Tinsity,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:17 am

Hucka D.:

As you have guessed Abbadon was a prehistoric monster that lived in the Marsh just beyond Tinsity.* A bad one he was indeed (!)

bb:

Thanks Hucka D. How did the community deal with such a nearby threat?

Hucka D.:

They fed it giant bowls of chicken soup. They made friends with it. They’d play lullabies from the town hall speakers to lull it to sleep at night. They played with it in Chigger Grass Fields so that it would have plenty of exercise and not be as stressed out. Eventually these tactics won out and Abbadon stopped going on periodic, murderous rampages. But it was the energy of Dark Space that drew him out.

bb:

That’s another thing I was thinking about today while taking snapshots of the ancient site, Hucka D. Is Tinsity a part of Dark Space?

Hucka D.:

No (!) It wasn’t. That’s pure myth — started by the townspeople themselves. (pause) To protect.

bb:

The gold?

Hucka D. (after a pause):

Yes.

bb:

Can you say more about the Gold?

Hucka D.:

In ancient times, Tinsity, the more modern version, was known as Gold. Purely, simply Gold.

bb:

Was *Gold* allied with the Dark Space forces?

[Hucka D. mysteriously does not answer this.]

bb:

Alright, good enough. I also had the impression that the Tin Man had been in Tinsity, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

He built it (!)

bb:

Building up from Gold, then.

Hucka D.:

Brick by brick. Wallace.

bb:

Interesting. Wallace was in Tinsity?

Hucka D. (quickly):

Yes.

bb (guessing):

Bargainer?

Hucka D.:

Maybe.

bb:

Did he bargain with the Tin Man?

Hucka D.:

It was Tin S. Man, with the S. standing for nothing or so he said. It actually stood for Soldier. When Tin S. Man left the army of Oz he left the S. standing but it stood for nothing, then. Originally it stood for Soldier. The Tin Man stood in Tinsity for the longest time before someone came along and gave him a heart so that he could unfreeze and move about. He needed blood to oil his joints.

bb:

Hmmm.

Hucka D. (continuing):

Wallace3 was with him in Tinsity. Later Tin S. Man was corrupted into Tennis Man, among other things. But that was another racket created by the townspeople who were always courting fraud and deception. To cover… (pause)

bb:

Gold?

Hucka D.:

Love equals Zero.

bb:

Back to Tinsity, then.

Hucka D. (still continuing):

A Bad One he was. Bad to the bone Abbadon. But not Abaddon[ with one b and two d’s].

bb:

Abbadon destroyed Gold, didn’t he?

[Hucka D. again does not answer a question about Gold.]

bb:

Was he *fed* Gold instead? Perhaps as a sacrifice?

Hucka D. (smiling):

You’re looking for hidden treasure but all you’ll find…

bb:

Yeah, I know.

Hucka D.:

But, yes, Jack was there as well. Torch.

* Hucka D. later explained that some knew the monster as Travis but its real name was Randy. The townfolk only learned of this true name after extending the Olive Branch to the huge, swamp monster and making friends with it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olive_Branch,_North_Carolina

So the swamp *was* the monster. IT WAS A MONSTER ABOUT THE SAME SIZE AS THE SWAMP, YES. Afterwards the town and the swamp became like, er, tennis buddies. Friends. Tennis. TIN S. MAN BARGAINED THE TREATY, TRUE ENOUGH. Where was Wallace in all this? HE SAID “I’M SORRY”, WINNING OVER GOLD FINALLY. HE LET GOLD BE GOLD AND SEPARATE FROM MARSH. He gave *his* gold to the community? (PAUSE) YES. LOCKET. A gold locket. YES. HE GAVE IT BACK. HE BECAME NOT BAD TO THE BONE. BONE. ALGERIA. Is the locket immortality? HE GAVE IT TO TIN S. MAN TO PROTECT. Protect from what? EVERYONE. Did Tin S. Man create Green Oz itself? YES. HE CREATED IT AFTER THE TREATY. Then the swamp, the marsh, is pre-Green Oz. YES. I’M HERE TO HELP. HE SAID HE WAS SORRY. HE HAD BEEN SELFISH AND INVOLVED ONLY IN SELF LOVE WHICH WAS SELF ZERO. TIN S. MAN HELPED HIM.

—–

I know what was at the center of Gold. It was the Tin Commandments. Perhaps the same as the Ten Commandments. THEY DIFFERED. Tin Commandments… TIN COMMANDMENTS WERE ONE IN NUMBER. LOVE EVERYONE AS YOU LOVE YOURSELF. YOSEF. It was changed to Yosef, causing more confusion. LOVE YOSEF, YES. Says here that Yosef is Daniel Boone, Hucka D. GOD DAMN RIGHT. Good one. YES. Do I have a heart of black and gold? NO. JUST BLACK. Another good one. YES. GOD DAMN RIGHT YES. (PAUSE) WALLACE IS COOLSVILLE. Oh, and also that Gold was the same as the Money Pit. RUBLES. BARNEY RUBLES. Don’t say money?

Old Gold Salvage group

The television show Bones aired an episode called ‘The Man With the Bone’ on April 5, 2006, which featured a fictionalized version of the Oak Island pit moved to Assateague Island, Maryland.
The television show In Search Of… hosted by Leonard Nimoy, aired an episode that investigated the Oak Island Money Pit with interviews and recreated footage, as well as footage of the actual location.

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