The Copper Scroll

  Copy


More Options: Make a Folding Card




Storyboard Description

This storyboard does not have a description.

Storyboard Text

  • Archaeologist George Murray meets a book agent named Gene Catrell to discuss using the Copper Scroll to rediscover the Second Temple treasures. Someone had other plans.
  • This is an interesting proposal.
  • Jon (former advisor to POTUS) and Erin (former CIA operative) had just gotten married and were on their honeymoon in Ronda, Spain when they got some more bad news.
  • Former Mossad chief and their very good friend, Eli Mordechai, had just been ambushed and killed while driving on a highway outside of Jerusalem. Jon and Erin went to Jerusalem where they met with Israel's Prime Minister Doron.
  • Prime Minister Doron explains the situation and tells Jon and Erin to go meet with Yossi Barak and his daughter Natasha, who would fill them in on the mission.
  • Murray and Mordechai were working on a project that I assigned them to along with Dr. Yossi Barak. They believed that they had just found the missing piece to deciphering the Copper Scroll, which would lead them to discover the Second Temple treasures, proving Israel's right to the Temple Mount. Someone obviously does not want us to succeed.
  • After spending the day together, the foursome go to a cafe in the Old City around midnight to continue their discussions. To their horror, Yossi is sniped while they are talking. Erin's agent instincts kick in, she rounds up Jon and Natasha, and shoots their way out of there.
  • Jon and Erin realize that the common link in all these deaths is Doron's administration. There is a mole and they have no idea who they can trust, so they go off the grid and into hiding in the Moslem Quarter with Natasha, the only surviving person connected to the secret all these men have died for.
  • We need to get somewhere safe! 
  • Quick! Come on!
More Storyboards By noahr2020
Explore Our Articles and Examples

Try Our Other Websites!

Photos for Class – Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!)
Quick Rubric – Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics
abcBABYart – Create Custom Nursery Art