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Fejfar Around the year 1870, Lumber Jack, named Paul Bunyan, was taking a swim in a local river, when, suddenly, he saw something shiny at the bottom of the river. He dove down to the bottom of the river and brought up a huge gold nugget, the size of his fist. Paul Bunyan took his gold nugget to the Official Assay Office, in Harrisburg, Pennsylania, and was told that his gold nugget was worth $1,000,000. Paul Bunyan sold his gold nugget to John DiSanto, a local mafia thug, for $1,500,000. Paul Bunyan
went back to the Pocono’s, but was followed back by the evil John DiSanto who thought he would rob Bunyan and get his money back. DiSanto was surprised to see that Paul
Bunyan shapeshifted into a Giant, and cooked a pancake for himself on the top of an ice skating ring which he was using as a skillet. Paul Bunyan then found himself a giant maple tree up in Vermont and used the tree for syrup on his pancake. John DiSanto, the mafia thug, then said to Paul Bunyan, “I am a mafia thug, and I want to collect protection from you.” Paul Bunyan said, “Aren’t you the spick who I just sold the gold nugget to for $1,500,000, when it was really only worth $1,000,000?” “Well, yes” said John DiSanto, “but in Cuba, where I was born, that gold was really worth more, because everyone in Cuba pays more for things than what they are really worth.” “Well,
DiSanto, said Paul Bunyan, “ what do you think your head is worth?” John DiSanto replied, “Well, I guess my head is worth about $5.00, more or less.” “Well, I will give
you $5.00 for your head, plus I will also give you the map to the place of the lost secret gold mine of the Pocono Mountains. After that I will have your head mounted on the wall of my cabin.” “Well,” said John, “that sounds good.” So Paul Bunyan hacked
John DiSanto’s head off with his lumber axe, and started to walk back to his cabin. But, much to his surprise, John DiSanto’s head, said, “Where is my five dollars?” “Why, I put the map and the money in your pocket back there with your body, Mr. DiSanto. And, Mr. DiSanto, you really shouldn’t talk with your head after your dead, the prosecutor might charge you with necromancy or penury, thinking that you are into voodoo or santaria.” “Well, alright then,” said DiSanto, “I guess I won’t talk anymore.” So Paul Bunyan put John DiSanto’s head into a pickle jar and filled the jar with pickle juice, and then took a nap. And, to this very day, when the moon is full, John DiSanto’s body, without his head, walks around the Pocono Mountains, looking for his head. And, of course, if you can find JohnDiSanto’s body, you will also find the treasure map of the hidden, secret Pocono Mountain Gold Mine.