# Thread: Chapter 10 - The Real Story of Oak Island

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do you need the answer to another question in order to solve Q15
Nope.

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Thanks I havent got the answers to Q1 and Q2 yet and thought one maybe needed.

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Having an unusual problem here....

C10 Q12: My copy of the book specifically says 24 Rue Haxo, but there are spaces for only one word?

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Doc,

The information should come from the movie which must be slightly different.
The spaces are correct.

Lauren

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Originally Posted by Doc
Having an unusual problem here....

C10 Q12: My copy of the book specifically says 24 Rue Haxo, but there are spaces for only one word?
I had the same problem Its slightly different in the film to the book.

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Thanks, guys.

That was kinda mean of them. LOL

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## deciphering ch. 10

Can someone tell me if we decipher Ch. 10 much like we did Ch. 8?

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cjones,

No.

I figured it out by using the second 'sentence' beginning with a capital letter and ending at the next capital letter.

Think 'cryptoquote'.

Good luck, and good hunting!

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Originally Posted by Doc
cjones,

No.

I figured it out by using the second 'sentence' beginning with a capital letter and ending at the next capital letter.

Think 'cryptoquote'.

Good luck, and good hunting!
Doc,
Finally, got 'er done. Whew! Thanks for your guidance. CJ

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Haxo24

Any Canadians out there being helpful with Ch10/Q14. I've tried from the Viking maps around 1000 till Portugese, Italian and French discovery in the 15th and 16th century. I failed. Thankful greetings from Austria!