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An urban virtual cache with good views to be had nearby. This tombstone is well worth a read. Certainly not a modern epitaph.
The question: Who or what caused the death of a 33 year old on 7th August 18xx? [Dec 08:] This one is fairly self-evident if you get it correct so let's work on an honesty system with you judging for yourself if you found the correct tombstone. I have had to remove information from the question as I was being inundated with "finds" from people who were also "finding" virtual caches in the USA on the same day. Isn't using a web search engine instead of a GPS rather missing the point? Since the www.geocaching.com front page says "Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices." I shall delete logs from people who have clearly not visited.
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