|Produced for:||Fantomen 19/2004|
|# of pgs:||32|
The Phantom has just recently succeeded his father and he is now in The Deep Woods, constantly thinking of Diana Palmer back in the United States. He receives a letter from uncle Sid and aunt Bessie with news that their nephew Billy is in trobule.
Stopping at his old university he meets Bob Moore who tells him that Diana is visiting Bermuda with the swimming team. At the train station he reads in a newspaper that Diana has been arrested for attempted currency smuggling when leaving Bermuda.
Diana travelled to Bermuda with the swimming team and with her mother Lily Palmer. During the stay she has been courted by a rich young man in the swimming team, Orrin Falcone. He thinks she is pretty enough but his intention is for Diana to be arrested by the customs when leaving Bermuda, thereby creating a diversion that will allow him to walk through customs with cash in his own luggage.
The Phantom finds out what has happened and makes Orrin Falcone go to the police to confess. When Diana returns from Bermuda the Phantom is waiting for her at the airport. Diana tells him that she never want to see him again.
- The 21st Phantom
- The 20th Phantom (in flashbacks only)
- Guran (in flashbacks only)
- Diana Palmer
- Lily Palmer
- Dave Palmer
- Bob Moore
- Guido Falcone
- Uncle Sid (mentioned only)
- Aunt Bessie (mentioned only)
- Billy (mentioned only)
- unnamed chimpanzee from the Monkey Mail
- Molok (mentioned only)
- Orrin Falcone
- Speedy Gonzales
- Morales, police officer
- Dug, thug
- Slug, thug
- Jessica, Orrin's date
- Romano, thug
- Germano, thug
- Harrison City
- Bermuda's coral reef
- Cuba (mentioned only)
- The Skull Ring (in flashback only)
- When the Phantom moves, lightning stands still.
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "The Courier", The Phantom #1392 (2004)
- "Kuriiri", Mustanaamio 19/2004
- "Kuriren", Fantomen 19/2004