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Loup Garou

A cache by SniperChicken Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/12/2011
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

"...Howling at the moon."

Weird things have been happening around these parts.

Animals carcasses have been found...dead animals....weird noises coming from these woods.


LOUP GAROU:The video trailer

"I ain't never seen nothing like that !"

Watch the video link ; it will explain a lot ; it sets the storyline of this venture.

New reports have shown recent activity a few miles north of Taylor.

"I saw that thing over there by the creek ,next to that pile of logs as i was riding my bike.The sqeal of the brakes made it look right at me...then it took off into the woods."

Located along the Old Taylor Road trail system. The listed coords are for the last place it was spotted along the old railbed.

Your mission is to track it down.It seems it only comes out at night. Be wary of eyes shining back at you.There are all sorts of wild animals in these parts.A headlamp along with a handheld light is highly recommended.

This is a nightcache.Go to the listing coords and shine your light further into the woods. Look for a reflective tack on a tree approx 6 ft. above the ground.Go to it and shine your light around until you spot the next reflector. Keep following the reflectors;it shows you the path of the Loup Garou throught the woods.A series of reflectors forming an " L " mark the location of the cache. It will be a few feet away.

visit MSGA.net and join https://www.facebook.com/groups/7512884857/ (Mississippi Geocachers on facebook)

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