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Candy Land Discovered!

We all have all walked along the rainbow path through the peppermint stick forest, visited the gingerbread plum tree and the gumdrop mountain all while trying to avoid the gooey gumdrops, getting lost in the lollipop woods, or stuck in the molasses swamp. Of course this walk could only take place while playing the board game Candy Land...until now.
It has been revealed that Jester Hasbro had accidental come across the Island when as a youth his parents boat was overturned during a storm and he was adrift at sea, being washed ashore. The story is that he was found by a member of the Candy Castle's Court. He was immediately taken in, nurtured back to health and secretly returned to a location where he could be discovered. Hasbro had always thought this experience was a dream and wrote about it in a journal as a child, later to become one of the most beloved board games in existence. When put in hypnosis recently for a separate matter it was discovered that he had actually visited this island and through certain facts was able to locate it. The island is so remote that even if you arrived there you would fall unknowingly into the islands safety measures and never find the rainbow path. Although upon Hasbro's return he was recognized even though it had been years later and was welcomed with open arms. He was allowed to take photo's and spend some time with the locals (who all had an uncanny resemblance to gingerbread men & women) but the islands location remains a secret.


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