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Evil Sorcerer's Castle

A cache by Tom and Joe Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/15/2001
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Located in Coopers Rock State Forest near Clay Furnace (ammo can)

The evil sorcerer has imprisoned Princess Pureheart in his dread castle. He has hidden the key to the castle nearby. Find the key and free the Princess. Contents, astronant pen, caribiner, compass, army flash light and XVIII Airborne Corps patch. During the winter you may want to call the park and find out if the road to the Clay Furnace Parking lot is open. If it is not open it is about 3.5 Mi one way into the Cache from the gate

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Tb gb Pynl Sheanpr, pbagvahr npebff gur svefg sbbg oevqtr naq ghea yrsg naq pbagvahr hc gur uvyy nobhg 50 lqf. Pnpu uvq nobir erznvaf bs byq fghzc nobir gur Zbhagnva Ynhery.
Fvgr vf 100zrgref 337 qrterrf sebz sheanpr.

Decryption Key


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