Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Telegraph | Magical Treasure Hunt 2013

Returning to the matter of the paper scraps, each bearing a print of a telegraph key, which were included with the sheet of music whose song produced the red light in the lantern, I proceed to render the text of … Continue reading

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William’s Favorites | Magical Treasure Hunt 2013

The sheet music folder labelled “William’s Favorites” held only four staff pages, but the staves were empty on every sheet. Superimposed over each collection of staves, however, was a circle of numerals, ranging from zero through nine, in a regular … Continue reading

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Finding William | Magical Treasure Hunt 2013

Receiving six days in seven, always locked but always open. Solution: It took no little puzzling, I assure you, to understand that this riddle referenced the postbox. (No letters on Sundays, and although it is always open to deposits, it … Continue reading

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Diary Excerpts | Magical Treasure Hunt 2013

I begin with a reproduction of the diary excerpts we discovered. The first was a single leaf, rendered in a decidedly masculine script: 8 February 1908 I see from the date of my last entry that I have not opened … Continue reading

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