Journal entry Professor Rachel Askham 28 May 2014
I have been intrigued by the findings at Smithridge University school of Marine Archeology. It seems they have been interested in funding research for anyone who can piece together a theoretical, historical account from some evidence that they have had in their archives for over fifty years:
I. Birth certificate of male Louis George Iolaus Hermes Fitzroy. April 29th, 1696 London Father unknown
II. Nautical map and coordinates Spain circa 1689
The documents listed above found with the enclosed parchments and papers. Their location, a chest hidden behind the rotting book panel of a sunken ship, called ‘The Hell’s Star’. They were excavated and examined by marine archaeologists. They are said to be a varied assorted collection of accounts from diaries, ship’s log entries and letters. Neatly pleated into a jewelled box bound by ribbon and Cedar bark and sealed with a type of red wax indented with a fine small semi-precious heart-shaped black stone and a coil of bright orange tightly curled hair that biologists say has the cellular base of fish protein.