Miami Police File the O’nell Case by Clemen D. B. Gina

Miami Police File the O'nell Case by Clemen D. B. Gina

Florida is a large peninsula, washed by the Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The story tells us about a small tourist town Montego Bay, located on the eastern coast of this peninsula. Montego Bay has an interesting history from the deep past. The pirates discovered this place and hid the stolen treasures here. Montego Bay used to be their port. Nowadays the town has many mysterious legends. These legends make people crazy and they become desperate treasure seekers. One of them is Peter O’Nell. He used to be a school teacher and the children loved him. He bought a boat and began to sail a lot. One day he didn’t come back. The boat was found empty on the Bermuda Triangle area. The police couldn’t solve this case. Peter O’Nell’s pupils come to help the police with the teacher’s faithful dog. Will they be able to find out the truth?

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Miami Police File the O’nell Case by Clemen D. B. Gina

Montego Bay is a beautiful tourist town on the east coast of Florida, near Miami Beach. The town was founded in the seventeenth century by the pirates of the Caribbean Sea, who were called “buccaneers”. Montego Bay became their home port, and there are still legends about hidden treasure there.

The new Montego Bay Wax Museum opened recently. It is a big tourist attraction with wax statues of famous explorers, buccaneers, sea captains, slave merchants and criminals.

Our story starts one Friday morning in October at the Martins’ home. Bill and Michelle Martin lived with their parents in a nice old house.

Bill was a tall boy of sixteen, with brown hair and blue eyes.

This was his third year at Montego High School. Science was his favorite subject and he wanted to become a biologist. Basketball was his sport and he was one of the best players on the school team.

Miami Police File the O'nell Case by Clemen D. B. Gina

His sister Michelle was a pretty girl of fifteen with short red hair and blue eyes. She loved all kinds of modern music and had a big collection of CDs. This was her second year at Montego High, and she was a member of the Journalism Club, which published the monthly school paper.

“Hurry up, Michelle! It’s late!” shouted Bill from the living room.

“I’m coming!” shouted Michelle from the top of the stairs. She ran down and took her backpack. “Bye, Mom! See you this afternoon.”

“Bye, Mom!” said Bill. “There’s basketball practice today. See you at dinner.”

“Enjoy your visit to the new museum!” said their mother. Their father worked at the airport and he was already at work.

Bill and Michelle met their good friend Nick Chan in front of the park. He was a tall Chinese-American of sixteen; he was a member of the basketball team too.

“Hi, guys!” said Nick smiling. “Let’s hope this visit to the new wax museum won’t be boring.”

“I know,” said Bill, “and we have to write a report about it for Mrs Jenkins.”

The students of the second and third year were visiting the new museum that morning. It was part of their local history course with the new history teacher, Mrs Jenkins. The old teacher, Mr O’Neil, disappeared mysteriously before the summer. He was one of the favorite teachers at Montego High, because he was friendly and his classes were interesting…

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