DrJBroke's Game of CLUE
In Minnesota, United States
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A CONTAINER IS LOCATED AT THE POSTED COORDINATES!
This Geocache is a 10 stage "mutli-mystery"cache! Basically it’s a multicache with a field puzzle. Hone up your detective skills as you can reach the final with only having to find 6! You will travel from “room” to “room” gathering coordinates to other stages, and the evidence needed to calculate the location of the final!
WINNER of The MnGCA's August's 2013 Cache of the Month! (Thanks schmittfamily!)
"You’ve arrived a little too late to meet Mr. John Boddy, he’s been murdered! The 29-year-old victim was the nephew of the late Sir Hugh Black. Boddy had recently discovered a portion of his late uncle’s estate was drained to an unknown account. He quickly delved into finding out their identity, and was just as quickly snuffed out! It is your job to get to the bottom of this mystery by traveling from one “room” to the next discovering the murder weapon used, and the identity of Mr. Boddy’s killer!"
HOW TO PLAY DRJBROKE'S GAME OF CLUE
Each room (cache stage) will contain:
- Evidence of an innocent suspect and a weapon not involved
- Coordinates to other rooms (cache stages)
- Please do not remove the evidence from the rooms
- Place room containers back exactly as found
|#1 - KITCHEN
|#2 - DINING ROOM
|#3 - BALLROOM
|#4 - LOUNGE
|#5 - HALL
|#6 - STUDY
|#7 - LIBRARY
|#8 - BILLIARD ROOM
|#9 - CONSERVATORY
|#10 - FINAL
Good luck and God speed!
The Final Stage can be found by adding or subtracting from the coordinates of Stage #1 - Kitchen. (N 44° 48.281 W 093° 17.252). What to add/subtract depends on who the killer was and which weapon was used.
|N 44° 48.281
||W 093° 17.252
|Mr. Green +.025
|Col. Mustard +.103
|Mrs. Peacock -.075
||Lead Pipe -.098
|Profesor Plum -.027
|Miss Scarlet +.076
|Mrs. White +.041
Congrats ctc128 for the FTF!
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 4/7/2017 6:50:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time (1:50 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum