# How is the hunt for the 12 different?

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• 07-09-2011
erexere
I'm a fan of Frozen Fritz or Otzi which rhymes with Potzi, making sense out of the snapshot of the Fonz in the Mystery History video...but i love your find and its relevance sure is undeniable. I think it smells of herring, much like the area of Rhododendron in Oregon.
• 07-09-2011
erexere
Tron, i do like your find, which is why im trying my best to come up with a way we can both be right. May the best herring or rubric win.
• 07-09-2011
tron
Use clues from the floors

The Ghost Town book is an outside the TCWAF clue which you do not need
for the ultimate solve, but it is nice to know. The back of the cover of TCWAF is
the same as the front cover of the Dodge book.

Floor 12 (right after the ghost as the thief comment) has the circled Mi
on the periodic table. (The one we used for Arizona) Dodge used it as his
hiding place clue.

Same as the hopscotch board. Counting bottom up you get the '95' used in
the Connecticutt solve. Counting top down you get a '94' to be used in the Michigan
solve.

When he is reading over the clue drawings on floor one, his response
to questions posed to him were (three times I think) 'Mmmmmm'

The town on route '94' in Mi is 'Ann Arbor' which sounds alike 'An Arbor
which means 'a tree' !

There are three (or four) exits in Ann Arbor off of the highway.
There are more confirmers to narrow it down a certain site.

Look for the marshmallows....

Fritz was a famous football coach of the University of Michigan Wolverines
• 07-09-2011
erexere
Im trying to see how we can both be right Tron. I've got an idea about an alcohol "woody" rum "ahoy" that is 114 proof. Could be a clue to a mile 114 or Interstate 57, since 114 proof is 57&#37; alcohol. Dodge is all about finding the proof right? 114 comes from a couple Kubrick films and Back to the Future.

Do you see a ghost town on I-57 or mile 114 anywhere?
• 07-10-2011
MayorSara
@tron - I saw your most recent post on the Twintig site and wanted to throw in my two cents. I'm pretty familiar with that area.

Ann Arbor was founded by John Allen, who also founded towns called Glen Arbor and Spring Arbor in Michigan. I'm not sure how any of them connect to the Roy Dodge information in TCWAF, but you might want to consider them if you're basing your solution, in part, on the word "arbor".

I would love it if you were correct about the general search area - I would be in a position to take a look around there during a visit later this summer. I've wondered whether the MI on Quello's Periodic Table might still have a use in this last puzzle. Turning the 95 from Floor 8's hopscotch game into a 94 doesn't quite work for me, but I know that a Junior Deducer called "me and 13" (I believe) has done a lot of searching on I-94 and elsewhere in Michigan. So she may have found other evidence in the book for I-94.

Also - the back cover of the CWAF book shows leaves mixed in with the Khroniker numbers. The book you discovered shows a treeless area that has been logged. Are you sure there's a match there?
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