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MulderAndScully: Time for this one to go. Thanks to all who solved the puzzle and visited! Happy caching! - M &S


Little Green Men (Alien Series #3)

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Hidden : 8/8/2008
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Located in Point Pleasant Park.

Congratulations to PsYkO.ns, zeddytheteddy and yanr for co-FTF's!!!

This is a cache is part of a series of caches, where you have to collect partial coodinates at the following 4 cache sites...

(GC1DCKV) Cache Abduction (Alien Series #1)

(GC1DD0R) The truth is OUT There (Alien Series #2)

(GC1D4QE) Little Green Men (Alien Series #3)

(GC1DMNW) I Want To Believe (Alien Series #4)

....and put the numbers together to get the final location!

(GC1DMP0) Alien!

This was inspired by Harley_Sailors Playground Pick-up Series (GCVQ7X)

The cache is a small, camoed container that contains a logbook and pencil, and has some room for small traders. This spot may be busy with jogging and dog muggles, so watch your back.

A green field eh??

See some more park information here

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

uvtu fghzc

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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