A skull; no one will look there
Indian gold; it’s supposed to be cursed
A silver teapot; it’s far away from any town
Kidd’s treasure; it’s near a Indian ruin said to have hosted human sacrifices
That he is a seemingly strong and prominent figure, but rotten on the inside
That he is dead because the tree is Deacon Peabody and it’s cut down
That he is a pillar of society and should be revered
That Deacon Peabody has sold his soul to the devil
She is glad he is safe; he realizes he loves her
She is annoyed that he didn’t take the devil’s offer but is resigned to a life with no treasure
She is upset that he didn’t take the offer and insists; Tom changes his mind because he wants to please his wife
She is upset that he didn’t take the offer, and insists; Tom refuses because he doesn’t want to please his wife
The speculation caused a recession
The housing boom
The economy was booming
The housing bubble
The customer asks for an extension on his loan because Tom is a good friend.
The customer asks for more money because Tom is a good friend.
The customer asks for Tom to put in a good word for him because they’ve worked together so long.
The customer asks if Tom will come to his daughter’s wedding because Tom is a good friend.