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After [[Marion Ravenwood]] had received [[Oxley's first letter]], she believed he was mentally ill and followed him to Peru to care for him. There, she was abducted by [[Soviet Special Forces]] under Colonel [[Irina Spalko]] who also had abducted [[Harold Oxley]] before.
 
After [[Marion Ravenwood]] had received [[Oxley's first letter]], she believed he was mentally ill and followed him to Peru to care for him. There, she was abducted by [[Soviet Special Forces]] under Colonel [[Irina Spalko]] who also had abducted [[Harold Oxley]] before.
   
Apparently driven to mad by the [[Crystal Skull of Akator]] to the point that he'd only communicate in [[Oxley's riddles|riddles]], Oxley gave Ravenwood a letter in a cryptic code that he had written before he was captured. With the Soviets searching for [[Akator]], they allowed Ravenwood to escape long enough so that she would get the letter to [[Indiana Jones]] to translate. Ravenwood unwittingly followed through on the plan by sending [[Marion's letter|a letter]] to her son, [[Mutt Williams]], urging him to get help from Professor Jones and enclosing Oxley's cryptic message. She also contacted Mutt by phone, indicating that she had sent him the letter, but during the phone call she was recaptured by the Soviets and the line went dead.
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Apparantly driven to mad by the [[Crystal Skull of Akator]] to the point that he'd only communicate in [[Oxley's riddles|riddles]], Oxley gave Ravenwood a letter in a cryptic code that he had written before he was captured. With the Soviets searching for [[Akator]], they allowed Ravenwood to escape long enough so that she would get the letter to [[Indiana Jones]] to translate. Ravenwood unwittingly followed through on the plan by sending [[Marion's letter|a letter]] to her son, [[Mutt Williams]], urging him to get help from Professor Jones and enclosing Oxley's cryptic message. She also contaced Mutt by phone, indicating that she had sent him the letter, but during the phone call she was recaptured by the Soviets and the line went dead.
   
In the [[United States of America|US]], when Mutt received Marion's letter, he rode on [[Mutt Williams's motorcycle|his motorcycle]] to [[Bedford]] where he met Jones at the [[Bedford train station|train station]] when he was about to leave the town. He took him to [[Arnie's Diner]] and showed him the letter. After they escaped from two [[KGB]] agents who had been trailing them, the pair went to [[Indiana Jones' house|Jones's home]] in order to decipher the message.
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In the [[United States of America|US]], when Mutt received Marion's letter, he rode on [[Mutt Williams's motorcycle|his motorcycle]] to [[Bedford]] where he met Jones at the [[Bedford train station|train station]] when he was about to leave the town. He took him to [[Arnie's Diner]] and showed him the letter. After they escaped from two [[KGB]] agents who had been trailing them, the pair went to [[Indiana Jones' house|Jones's home]] in order to decypher the message.
   
 
The letter contained figures and text which Jones identified as being [[Koihoma]], an extinct Latin American language with Pre-Columbian syllabic base. The text contained a riddle, which he translated as:
 
The letter contained figures and text which Jones identified as being [[Koihoma]], an extinct Latin American language with Pre-Columbian syllabic base. The text contained a riddle, which he translated as:
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