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Spy Hill Virtual Rewards 2.0 Virtual Cache

Hidden : 10/04/2019
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Spy's Hill P9060049 Also known as Beacon Hill or Lovers Lookout. A lot of little known history and mystery surrounds this public park. During world war 2 , it was believed that a spy was sending information about troop ship movements to a submarine off the coast. Or another assumption was Georgia Anna Boediker who called herself Mrs Gale better known as Shanghai Lil, was involved. There were stories of an underground tunnel leading from Capricorn to nearby Spy Hill and rumours of a gold Buddha buried at Capricorn. In 1933 Lil inherited an old house on about a hectare of land on Fields Hill at 23 Tracy Watts Road Pinetown, she built a house here which she called Capricorn. 90 years ago most people knew Shanghai Lil, she owned an Arts and Crafts emporium at 457 West Street. She was suspected of providing a safe house for German spies. She was thought to monitor military shipping from the top of Spy hill. She was believed to be in radio contact with Berlin. When lights were seen coming from the hill a German man was arrested, the ruin's of his building are still there today. P9060041 Many beautiful flowers can be seen in Spring. There are also some protea trees here. 😊 P9060072 To log your find you will need to take a picture of yourself or your GPS device with a view of the sea behind you while standing at ground zero. (You can take a picture of the beacon if the weather is not in your favour.) Getting to GZ you will need to come through Wyebank Kloof come from the intersection side head up Panorama terrace at the end of the road is a turning circle where you can park. .P9060064 Virtual Rewards 2.0 - 2019/2020 This Virtual Cache is part of a limited release of Virtuals created between June 4, 2019 and June 4, 2020. Only 4,000 cache owners were given the opportunity to hide a Virtual Cache. Learn more about Virtual Rewards 2.0 on the Geocaching Blog.

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