Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler ?
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No Kidding, this is a subterranean experience that takes you back to the second world war.
This is real 'Dads Army' stuff
It took me about 15 mins to locate the cache entrance on the ground, from the website details provided.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU ATTEMPT THIS CACHE ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK
YOU SHOULD BE CAPABLE OF CLIMBING DOWN [AND BACK UP] AND DO THIS WELL WITHIN YOUR CAPABILITIES.
The bones within are from animals who were unable to climb out [I presume they are animal bones !]
You should cache in pairs and carry a mobile phone / leave a note [not that a mobile will work down below]
Whilst the climb is easy it may well be slippery when wet.
You are strongly advised to carry a torch and a short length of rope may be handy.
If you are caching in a party, each member will have to either retrieve or replace the cache.
The cache is a log book and pen in a plastic box
The following link will give you the approx location and further information.
Coordinates are for the Parking / footpath. (visit link)
Further information on this fascinating subject can be found here (visit link)
: I placed a similar cache with a DIFFERENT TYPE OF CHALLENGE in a bunker near Haywards Heath in Sussex (visit link)
'Don't Tell Em Your Name Pike'
Sadly it has now had to be archived as the land owner was concerned about the number of visitors.
It's still there if you wish to visit of course but the geocache is no more.
If you like these caches then you might like these too:
GC372VC 'Subteranean Cache (visit link) by al 7365
GC28KJK (Firle Beacon, Nr Lewes);
GC28RR4 (Telham, Nr Battle); and
GC28KKX (Iden, Nr Rye). These are caches placed by 'Lost in the woods'.
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