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A children's puzzle board was constructed by Tristram Carver in the 18th Century after Carver was sent to Haven, Maine in the United States as an indentured servant.

The board and its pieces became imbued with Carver's hatred of the town of Haven, and when assembled, the board caused the buildings of the town to collapse. The board was subsequently taken from Carver by his handlers, who scattered the pieces around the Atlantic Northeast and locked the board away at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic.

In 2010, the pieces were collected by Ian Haskell, who succeeded in breaking into the Fisheries Museum to steal the board and reunite the pieces. After Haskell was killed, the board and its pieces were given into the custody of Vince and Dave Teagues.