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Summary: Willow finds a document that has her asking questions.

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Movies > National TreasurenamegoeshereFR71203041,10016 Sep 0916 Sep 09Yes
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Willow looked down at the document she held in her hands. In truth it wasn't very old, not compared to the other ancient scrolls and books they had recovered from the old Watcher Council. But this one was very important in terms of history, or at least to Willow.

“Giles? Did you know we have a copy of the Declaration of Independence?” She asked.

“Huh? Oh, yes. We obtained it in order to disprove a myth that there was a map in the back. Quite silly really.” He told her off hand.

“Like a treasure map? Maybe I should look-”

“It is unlikely it's a treasure map. We believed it was a map of all known Hellmouths given to the early colonist by the Native Americans.”

Willow placed the document back in its holder, “Yeah, I guess you're right. Why would they put a treasure map on an American document?”


So... I got the new Dan Brown book yesterday and after reading the summary I had this come to mind. (Of course after I thought... 'Well this seems a lot like a movie I've seen a few times...' Am I the only one?)

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