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    Among the many ideas I've explored lately, this one is begging to make sense.

    Name of rest area where 12 was buried: "Stone"

    2nd Floor idea that literally jumps out at us: "Fish Out Of Water"

    Helen Palmer Geisel authored a book by that title. Her husband, Dr. Seuss once used the pen name "Rosetta Stone", which applied to the book "Because a Little Bug went Ka-Choo".

    These click with the Marcel DuChamp using the alternate name "Rosa Tse-Levy" and the word play of "the odor" = Theodor Geisel.

    What I like most about this connection is Theodor has the same birthday as Jon Bon Jovi: 2-3, March 2nd.
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    Folks should really latch on to this find...with the Cat in the Hat Hat hanging on the 6th floor. Consider the list of items like books, rake, birthday cake, and ball (rainbow colored beach ball on 8th floor), cane umbrellas...all of which the Cat in the Hat balanced along with the Goldfish in its bowl.
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    Okay, whether you like my wacky connections or not, I do know something about what's going on with this hunt. I'm having a tough time with some minor aspects and any partnering might prove helpful. Looking for someone in the Northwest who is also actively interested in searching. I have the right idea, but I might be taking it too far. I have a suspicion that the author's intent might be disguised by a dual interpretation. This second option doesn't make sense to me yet, but as anything might be possible, they room layouts might actually be a road map. This is basically what WILLIAM was saying and I feel a little foolish for thinking he was deluded in that respect. I've found a loose convergence that fits a town map and a particular theme would indicate streets are named in a particular way which fits the actual map. I think it's coincidental really...but it has it's appeal in every respect. When all is said and done, the 12 might be hiding in a certain potted rhododendron.
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    What if WILLIAM wasn't a real real person? I actually talked to him on the phone and I just couldn't bring myself to that conclusion in time. Instead I listened to him talk about a bunch of random ideas...which I am use to doing myself, so I just seemed sympathetic in the end and urged him to join Tweleve and see if the stuff shared here helps any.

    I wonder if WILLIAM is a Pop reference to the Black Eyed Peas member or even a strange word play like MAIL-LIW or MAIL - LOO? The Post Office and Toilet ideas seem like good leads. Anyways, he was a strange fella..."Jail If Dig" will forever stay in my memory because of him.
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    I had some notions about the Enola Gay awhile back. Paul Tibbets, Dutch Van Kirk and another theory about Dutchoven = Gutchoven the mathematician. (Filling random cryptic daily quota).
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    Quote Originally Posted by erexere View Post
    I had some notions about the Enola Gay awhile back. Paul Tibbets, Dutch Van Kirk and another theory about Dutchoven = Gutchoven the mathematician. (Filling random cryptic daily quota).
    Some commentary to explain how I'm working so it doesnt sound so cryptic: Gus is from "Dutchoven" and I believe there is a strong "K" connection to many things (car theme of Dodge K car, or vitamin K rich food items) and so Gutchoven has a theory based on what is called the Kappa curve. Kappa is greek for Twintig. The change one letter idea takes off when applied in a lot of spots - it can either be good or treacherous...hard to tell which. The Tibbits and Enola Gay come from several ideas working together. "Tall and skinny, short and fat" put me on Fatman and Little Boy, which also makes me wonder avbout "Fritz is just a BOY". Another idea comes from selecting themes based on found jewels. I believe the No.6 is based loosely on Darth Vader's TIE-ADVANCED fighter. I also believe there is a strong BITS theme on the. TIE+BITS = TIBBETS. The Dutch Van Kirk idea just begs for a Star Trek reference. Also as a side note, it should be better than speculation that all the scarves and boxes are meant to convey "Box + scarf" = Bockscar or Boxcar.
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    Who owns a copy of 'The Cat in the Hat'? I've been to several bookstores and haven't seen a copy yet. Irritating.
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    It seems coincidental that TCWAF spelled backwards is FAWCT = "faucet". What do folks think about this?
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    Here's an observation almost anyone would agree with: many things are contrasted as big and small. Obviously we have 4th floor but there are others. Big five is repeated (one casee being a Japanese character). Big lemon, little lemons. Big aquarium, little aquariums. Big statue head, little statue head. Big reel, little reel. Big book, little book (replica on 5th floor). Big wheel, little wheel bike. Big soda, little soda. Big teddy bear, little teddy. Big balloon, little balloon. Big money bill, little money bill. Big pink donut, little pink donuts. The urn pedestal might be a big marshmallow. Kind of a juxtaposition with 11th floor's marshmallow on a chair.

    Another note: Teles = sTele, Tools = sTool, Arc = cAr, Inks = sInk. I think i have a notion why this is important. Ideas?
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    Some loosely connected folks:

    Bea Arthur, worked with Angela Lansbury in a broadway production Mame (1975).

    Angela Lansbury is distantly related by marriage to Ally Sheedy.

    Ally Sheedy portrays half of the Moriarty-like Arch enemy of Shawn Spencer in the detective show Pysch.

    Shawn Spencer is portrayed by actor James Roday.

    Roday sounds like Rhododendron.

    How do you like them [pine] apples? (Pineapples are a reoccurring theme)
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