Few names from the rescue expedition

The Royal Geographical Society

On behalf of us and the Fawcett family, we would like to thank each and every one of you for such a fantastic response to our call! We were genuinely stunned to see that many brave people, jumping in to search for the Colonel. We’ve been going through the list, trying to figure who would be the best fit for the fearful jungle. To be honest, it isn’t an easy task, and we want to make sure that whatever is waiting for us over there, we can handle it.

That’s why we’d like to introduce and officially say thank you to the few that already agreed to our terms, and will be helping you on your journey.

Meet Christine Key; she’s an Antiques Dealer who has valuable knowledge about mysterious things like totems, so she’s a perfect choice to go into the unknown. Thanks to the scripts she read over the years, she can perform ceremonies that you couldn’t imagine. That’s not the only thing she can do. She’s very creative, and given a chance she might surprise you and provide much-needed help with self-invented items.

Next, we have Joachim Glenn, a doctor that will care for your health during stressful moments with his medical expertise. Moreover, if you get stressed or scared for any reason, since the jungle isn’t a secure environment, he has some sedatives that will ease your mind, so that you can continue your journey. The doctor is a very reassuring person when it comes to physical and mental problems.

However, since we’re talking about mental problems, we’ve decided to take an extra step towards being secure. From what we’ve heard over the years from Fawcett and other expeditions, the jungle may have a hard impact on one’s mind. That’s why we are happy to welcome Ann Gillespie in our team – a well-known Psychologist – who will watch over other members. Sometimes you simply need to talk to someone, and you don’t know whom you can trust – that’s where Ann comes in. Her main job will be to make sure that everyone is calm and doesn’t panic. Even if someone gets into some extreme condition, her therapy can help a lot.

As we stated on March 29th, we are still recruiting; so if you want to join and go on this adventure with Ann, Joachim and Christine at the end of next month, make sure to let us know. We do appreciate all kinds of help! Share the news about our upcoming expedition, or send us any useful equipment!

4 Comments

  1. Tropical Penguin
    March 22, 2019
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    You definately miss me…who doesn’t want a penguin in their team. It would be the first real tropical penguin in the jungle! You might have a cook, but me…i’m the perfect fish catcher diving into the Amazonas full of happy piranhas! That’s most likely better than Carper 😋

  2. Aiman Razak
    March 21, 2019
    Reply

    Count me in please!

  3. Nick
    March 20, 2019
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    It is really great to finally see this journey take shape, but it is also sad to miss my name on this list! Sir, could it be that you have missed my application for the volunteer position? If that’s the case, I’d like to reapply and I’ll spread the good news about you!

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