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This is part of the GEO-CLUE series. See GC217T7 for more details.
The container has information you will need to find the final cache in the series. The information is in an envelope inside the cache and is also recorded on the inside cover of the log book. The envelope contains either 1) a clue card identifying a suspect, weapon or room NOT involved in the murder or 2) a code.
You need to keep track of all the clues to find the final Accusation cache.
This is a small container in camo that contains a variety of swag items and $1 in cold cache cash for the FTF. Minor bushwhacking but you might have to wade if there has been a lot of rain. Have fun and be safe.
Oh, the shark, babe, has such teeth, dear
And it shows them pearly white
Just a jackknife has old MacHeath, babe
And he keeps it … ah … out of sight.
There is nothing encoded in any of the above or below text. Look around.
New geocaching rules prohibit publication of entire songs so I was able to show only the first verse. A google search will get you the rest of the lyrics to this interesting and somewhat macabre ballad.
The song first premiered in a German musical drama in 1928,the English version of the play is The Threepenny Opera. The song was translated to English in 1954 and Louis Armstrong recorded the song in 1956 but the definitive version was recorded by Bobby Darin in 1959. It went to the top of the charts and he won a Grammy for best song of the year. Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Buffet teamed up for their own recording as did many other artists but Bobby Darin's version is the one most people associate the song with. Simon Cowell said Mack the Knife is the best song ever written.
Look out old Macky's back!!
(No hints available.)