Thursday, December 17, 2015

In 1954, an unidentified man flew into Tokyo. On arrival, he was immediately  interrogated about his origins - his passport listed a country that nobody had ever heard of called Taured. The mysterious man claimed that Taured was located between France and Spain. He pointed it out on a map but was pointing towards the Principality of Andorra. The man claimed that he had never heard of Andorra and explained that Taured had existed for 1,000 years. He told him that he had arrived in Japan for business and had been doing so for five years and had never had a problem beforehand. His passport backed up this claim as he had numerous previous visa and customs stamps. He showed the authorities his driver’s license which had been issued by the unheard of country and handed over his cheque book which contained cheques  from an unheard of bank. The man was sent to a local hotel while authorities investigated the confusing story. Two immigration officers guarded the door until morning. When they went into the hotel room, the man had seemingly disappeared into thin air. There was no exit other than out the hotel room door or out the window, which was 15 stories up with no stairs.

In 1954, an unidentified man flew into Tokyo. On arrival, he was immediately  interrogated about his origins - his passport listed a country that nobody had ever heard of called Taured. The mysterious man claimed that Taured was located between France and Spain. He pointed it out on a map but was pointing towards the Principality of Andorra. The man claimed that he had never heard of Andorra and explained that Taured had existed for 1,000 years. He told him that he had arrived in Japan for business and had been doing so for five years and had never had a problem beforehand. His passport backed up this claim as he had numerous previous visa and customs stamps. He showed the authorities his driver’s license which had been issued by the unheard of country and handed over his cheque book which contained cheques  from an unheard of bank. The man was sent to a local hotel while authorities investigated the confusing story. Two immigration officers guarded the door until morning. When they went into the hotel room, the man had seemingly disappeared into thin air. There was no exit other than out the hotel room door or out the window, which was 15 stories up with no stairs.

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