There are no fancy internet websites maintained to allow you to book a vacation there, and no ordinary travel agent can make a reservation for you.
On the shelves and kiosks of the World’s travel agencies there are no inviting brochures of the resort filled with rich prose and glossy color photographs displayed in competition with other pamphlets promoting popular holiday destinations.
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In the following exclusive report, IN/SIGHT will examine one such highly profitable enterprise, known simply as “Island Royale.” Pursuing this story proved to be both frustratingly difficult and exceedingly time-consuming.Our Correspondent, whose identity has been withheld at his specific request, began his investigation well over seven years ago with the sketchy stories told to him by rural Russian and Ukrainian villagers of several young female children having been stolen from their homes and families, never to be seen again.Despite repeated official governmental denials of the villagers’ claims our Correspondent pressed on, following a winding and often dangerous trail that would eventually take him to India, Thailand and Viet Nam in Southeast Asia, as well as to Spain, Poland, Turkey, and other countries in Europe and in the Middle East.I have also reposted the story as one entire novella because it is hoped the sprinkling of negative comments I have received results from the previous inability of the reader to have read the chapters in chronological order.It is a long piece, I will admit, but is understood best when read, in sequence, as a sort of in-depth investigative report one might find in “Rolling Stone,” “Vanity Fair” or even “Newsweek.” The name “IN/Sight” is an homage to the long-running PBS documentary series “Frontline.” It would appear that many readers did not recognize my attempt to provide the story a “legitimate” journalistic setting.