Meet young Parker Morley, his father wants him to be an engineer but his dream is to become a journalist. Ever since he was old enough to write he has been writing down conversations between the Sun and the Moon in his little blue notebook. He has even been accepted to the Bendix University school of Journalism; one of the most prestigious in all the land. All he has to do is pass the Board of Admissions. Little does he know that the board of admissions are a pair of gargoyles at the front gate. “HO” says the first gargoyle, “this one’s a dreamer.” “Yes” said the other, “and he is destined for bigger things.” Pebbles rain down upon the ground as they both laugh hysterically. Morley is elated, he has been accepted. Although many things may stand in his path our young Morley may indeed aspire to great heights. But first he must face the “Challenge”, Interview the dungeon master, the Lord of Ahren castle, and judge a beauty contest. All this to prepare for his last challenge, Sandra.
Located at the confluence of the Youghiogheny and Monongahela Rivers, McKeesport was settled by David McKee in 1755. In 1769, McKee acquired land from the Colonial government and one of his sons, John, laid out a village that became known as McKee's Port because a ferry was operating there. Early industries included coal mining and the building of…
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