Monkey See, Monkey Do is another tall tale of the Legion as told by Thibaut Corday. This story is set in Senegal as the Legion is assigned a mission to quell a local native rebellion. Unseen snipers slowly thin the ranks of the Legionnaires, putting all on edge. Inside Fort Defi there is an odd Legion cook and his trained monkey, a brutal Captain and a phantom thief. The plot seems incredible until Roscoe (or rather Thibaut Corday) wraps up the whole escapade in a Sherlock Holmes-like summation.
(On an admin note: I’ve decided to post Pulp stories about the Foreign Legion on every 15th of the Month. I’m not running out yet but I want to space these out more as I gear up for some more hobby and miniature related work. So if you enjoy these stories as much as I do then please check back after the middle of each month.)