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    Default LETS GET BACK TO WORK

    I think we should start trying to figure out this puzzle, I have made a couple of hunts myself and it is frustrating when no one works on them.

    Dillon put a lot of effort into making this hunt, lets find that Hare!

    -regulus

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    Regulus,

    There are many working on this marvelous puzzle over at Quest4Treasure.

    http://www.quest4treasure.co.uk/forum/


    Cheers,

    Jep

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    how strange. I wandered into your web Menangerie site and loved it. Its years since (cadburys conundrum) I tried a puzzle then, I used to drag everyone round with me what fun, but after some bad publicity, I found the spot with all the remnants of wrappings of the egg, just after they dug it up to avoid further bad puclicity. I was gutted. So here I am signing up for Tweleve.
    The weirdest thing happened tho' I recognised immediately where the locations are, just about everything jumped from the page through the illustrations. I know it that well. A very close part of my childhood. I hope I get time now to sort out the close details that will be needed to locate the treasure. Im quite sure the coincidences cant put it anywhere else!
    addicted to puzzles

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    sorry forgot about the flask cafe also a place!!!!


    ----- Forwarded Message ----
    From: christine fox <foxina50@yahoo.co.uk>
    To: Dillon@dillonwaugh.com
    Sent: Monday, 8 January, 2007 2:03:40 AM
    Subject: menangerie what a surprise!


    Posted: Mon Jan 08, 2007 12:39 am Post subject: menangerie -what a lucky surprise

    how strange. I wandered into your web Menangerie site and loved it. Its years since (cadburys conundrum) I tried a puzzle then, I used to drag everyone round with me what fun, but after some bad publicity, I found the spot with all the remnants of wrappings of the egg, just after they dug it up to avoid further bad puclicity. I was gutted. So here I am signing up for Tweleve.
    The weirdest thing happened tho' I recognised immediately where the locations are, just about everything jumped from the page through the illustrations. I know it that well. A very close part of my childhood. I hope I get time now to sort out the close details that will be needed to locate the treasure. Im quite sure the coincidences cant put it anywhere else!


    whitby
    fylingdales moor town airport (not flyingdales)
    oak wood nearby
    both early stones and stepping stones
    dracula not batman (coffin)
    bran stoker
    american early warning system /airport/stars and stripes doll/contraversial
    north yorks moors
    ravenscar (got bit by adder on cliffs there)
    boggle hole (lovley YMCA)
    (does the raven ravenscar "town" have the answer in the sign maybe under the S?)
    Scarborough fair music- is a minuet and its close by?
    walk up to the abbey lots of steps-199- bannister in shop
    whitby jet prominent black handels etc
    robin hoods bay -is he the man in wooden box
    mousy thompson valuable wooden furniture- antiques carved out wood with mouse
    finer details later I hope
    addicted to puzzles

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