Posted by Skapita on September 22, 1997 at 22:18:04:
Hi there! I've heard yet another story from a guy who is in charge of museum relations at Paramount. He was asked to collect all types of old Mongolian dagger which is called KUKURI. The possible story takes place in 1945. Indy left his military service declaring that he can not shoot Nazis any more. He is in Ulan Bator, supervising excavations of Cengiz Khan gravesite. As the old legend says, Cengiz Khan had a KUKURI dagger which had the power to bring to life its own victims. Indiana meets a local woman Matsatso who helps him with Old Mongolian language. Next day they excavate the grave of Cengiz Khan's mistress, who was killed by Khan himself for betrayal. Legend says that Khan at the last moment put the KUKURI dagger into the grave of his mistress... When they excavate the grave it turns out that the corpse is gone - no bones, nothing. There is a painting on the wall depicting the woman ... and Indy horrorfully realises that she is the exact copy of Matsatso. And he's right. She IS the one! Now she tries to find Khan's grave and to bring him alive - for world domination! She has KUKURI dagger with her. But Indiana knows that the dagger is not magic - the whole power is in its scabbard which was full of some secret healing ointment. But he is not the only one who knows that... There is a powerful group of Mongolian women warriors - kinda Amazons - who are zombied by the love towards Khan and desperately try to get the scabbard...
What do you say, ha? Scary? Well I do not much believe in this bull...t but the guy who told me that is 54 years old. He's got no sense of humor.
Sorry Jay, I had to say this.
The rest of the story - very soon.
If the guy is not angry with me...
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