Murdered by Baboons: The AftermathDisclaimer: I do not own "Tarzan" or its characters. They are properties of Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Walt Disney Company.
Author's note: This is a continuation of my story, "Murdered by Baboons." But, with a slight twist. What if it wasn't a dream and instead Jane was truly killed?
"Murdered by Baboons: The Aftermath"
Archimedes Q Porter had come to Africa with one goal in mind: to study gorillas in Africa. This was supposed to be the culmination of a lifelong dream career of studying these humanoid beasts. But most importantly, he would have his daughter, Jane, by his side to share in the success. She had the same desire as him and one day hoped to be a gorilla researcher just like him.
Unfortunately, that was not to be, for Jane was dead and lying in a casket.
"Professor Porter," a male voice whispered causing Archimedes to look back to see a man dressed in a sea captain's uniform. "We…we are nearing England, sir. I just thought that you…"