Terry W. Drake
"The Bones of Geronimo" This is a story I am creating that has some historical facts associated with the flash backs on Geronimo's career and waring style. The main course the story line takes is about two border patrol agents who have the responsibility to investigate murders, stop drug trafficking, arrest illegal aliens and find time to have some fun in Arizona. They complain about Obama's Executive orders which practically release their prisoners no sooner then they arrive. One of the agents is a direct descendant of Geronimo and bears his name. He tells stories by the camp fire on patrol about the history and his intentions to recover the bones of Geronimo from Fort Sill Oklahoma and have them reburied along the Gila River bordering New Mexico with Arizona. Geronimo himself had requested to be buried in the Triplet Mountains of San Carlos after contacting pneumonia and died February 17, 1909. The Skull and Bones Society is accused of stealing his bones and returned them to an exhibit in their meeting hall called "The Tomb" at the Yale University. Prescott Bush and six others known as bones-men are accused of placing them on display. Petitions before Congress have been filed to recover what remains are available at Fort Sill Oklahoma and the Yale Universities secret Society of the Skull and Bones.