/ The rewards of mont blanc
Class reporting by the Guardian...
That treasure has been talked about ever since the plane crashed. The cause of the crash has never been determined (apart from it hitting Mont Blanc, of course). I think there'll be a lot of stuff appearing now. I'd imagine there are dozens of folk up there as I type poking around every crevasse. Who knows, someone may already have made off with valuable stuff.
I'm impressed the climber handed the haul to the police - must have been very tempting not to.
Mind you, I wouldn't have a clue how to sell on jewels - probably easier just to give it in.
Also, that would stop the reanimated corpses of the original owners coming back on the anniversary of the crash and hunting you down
> What would you do?
Sell them, launder the proceeds, use funds to research and perfect time travel with Brian Cox. Use funds generated from resultant patents to purchase back the jewels. Then go back in time to return the jewels to their rightful owner before they got on the plane. That way, i would actually find two sets of the jewels and I would be able to hand them into the police (hence feel very smug) AND keep them.
Pretty much a flawless plan as far as i can see.
You have to make sure you get the right Brian Cox, though. Wasn't one of them responsible for filling Wolverine with Adamantium?
And that Brian Cox obviously already has time travel, or was that Bob Servant?
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