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St Mary's RC Cemetery I

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Hidden : 9/11/2016
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As with all Cemetery caches please be respectful and follow all posted rules.

This Cemetery is only open from 8:00AM to 4:30PM. You need to enter the cemetery to gather clues but the final location is outside the cemetery, and can be reached 24/7


Welcome to St Mary’s Cemetery, This is the cemetery owned by St Mary's RC Church (Abandoned) GC6RR3Z

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From the Top of this hill you can see parts of Lower New York harbor and Raritan Bay. If you already visited the Church you saw the first pastor, at the top of this hill lays another of the Church’s pastors. If you are facing this tombstone, look slightly left and you should see an old metallic headstone.

To solve this cache:

Find the headstone of pastor MEE:

Sacred to the memory of

Rev. James F. Mee,


Beloved of God and men whose

Memory is in benediction. ECCLI (I)(J)


Of St Marys Parish


Rev Patrick Mee

DIED – (S)(T)(U)(V)


Alos find the metallic tombstone of Murray:

Peter Dies at the age of (W)(X)

Ellen dies at the age of (Y)(Z)

The Final cords are:

N 40° 35.(L-K)YX

W 074° 04.HMS

Additional Hints (Decrypt)


Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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