WSQ 11/12 SCC Dr. Seuss Hears a Who in Camelot
In Wisconsin, United States
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A variety of travelers enjoyed the hospitality of Camelot over the years. With them, they brought a host of talents to enlighten, support, or entertain the denizens of the kingdom. One such visitor was a character by the name of Seuss. Unfortunately, late one night, he came down to the keeping room in the middle of the night, finding only a few men still about, sitting in front of the fire drinking their tankards of mead. They offered him one, which he gratefully accepted. He was soon regaling them with a tale about not being able to sleep because every time he laid his head to rest, he would hear a Who. After hours of tossing and turning, the Who was driving him crazy and he came downstairs seeking peace. None of the others had ever heard tell of a Who in Camelot. After consuming a great deal more drink, the much sought after Morpheus was dropping it's cloak over Mr. Seuss and he stumbled to the staircase, seeking out his night chamber. He was only 2 steps from the top, however, when suddenly there it was again. He heard the Who. So startled was he, that he tripped and fell, tumbling step by step, all the way down, landing in a twisted heap at the bottom. No amount of effort could rouse the fallen Seuss. He was dead. Killed by a Who. You can see the tribute to this fine visitor in a cemetery just outside of Aniwa on County Road Z.
Posted coordinates takes you to the actual cache location. If you want to see how this cache got its name, go to the point of interest location. Due to bushes being removed around the stones, the cache had to be relocated to its present location.
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Last Updated: on 09/03/2016 11:12:14 Pacific Daylight Time (18:12 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum