University Of Chicago Admissions Department Receives Package For Indiana Jones

Package For Indiana Jones

The University of Chicago Admissions department received a package Wednesday that initially wasn’t given a second thought until they gave it a closer look.

On the surface, the package addressed to Dr Henry Walton Jones, Jr seemed innocuous enough until a student mail worker asked who Dr Jones was. That’s when they realised the package was addressed to none other than Indiana Jones.

Further inspection of the packages contents revealed they contained a detailed replica of Dr. Abner Ravenwood’s journal from Raiders of the Lost Ark, photos of Marion Ravenwood and replica money, most of it made by hand. Rosenwald Hall, which houses U of C’s Admission’s Department, also used to be home to the university’s geography and geology departments — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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  1. Red Wolf

    20 December 2012 at 9.55 am

    Turns out, the package was an eBay purchase on its way from a seller named Paul, in Guam, to a buyer in Italy

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