In the exposition of the short story “Three Skeleton Key” written by George G. Toudouze, this little island Three Skeleton Key got its name from a couple of convicts who escaped prison, got on a boat and got shipwrecked on this small little island. They unfortunately later died from hunger and thirst. This excerpt explained the life of three men living in the light house, and the all the problems they went through together living on Three Skeleton Key. The Narrator, Itchoua and Le Gleo were looking out to the sea and saw a huge ship. The huge ship was floating and going with the direction of the wind and tide it almost looked ghostly and abandoned. They all wondered if there was a crew on that ship and if they were "drunk or insane". All three men were trying to think of reasons why that "beautiful" ship would have been abandoned. The ship then glided right into the cliffs of this small island and drowned, to the mens horror huge rats started swimming up to the shore.
The Three Skeleton Key got its name from a couple of convicts who escaped to the sea, they got shipwrecked and eventually died of hunger and thirst on this small island Three Skeleton Key.
I wonder who is on that ship?
If you are talking about that giant ship heading right towards this island, then yes!
Hey are you guys seeing this?
Omg! What are those creatures?!?
Oh no its gonna crash!
You might wanna come take a look at this...
Ahhh! Help me mommy!
Oh no, they're rats!
"Itchoua pointed, and following his finger, we saw a big three-master, with all sail set."
“What’s wrong with her crew? Itchoua nodded soberly and looked at us sharply as he remarked: “See us? No doubt—if there is a crew aboard!” “What do you mean, chief?” Le Gleo had started, turned to the Basque. “Are you saying that she’s the Flying Dutchman?”