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Ghostcam Cache

A cache by DutchBoy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/04/2002
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Geocache Description:

Ghostcam Cache

This is a virtual webcam cache.  Your job is to visit the Willard Library at the posted coordinates.  This library has a haunting history.  You can read about it on their website.

Inside this library there are several webcams.  These webcams are used to help spot paranormal activity.  Your mission is to go to one of the cameras in the facility and get your picture with your GPSr.  There is a camera in the Children's room, one in the basement, and one in the research room.  All the cameras may not be working at any given time.  

You must have the help of another person at a computer to capture your image at the ghostcam site. 

Here is a link to the set of webcams that may be used:


Your photographer can right click on the image and save it, to post with your log.  Who knows, maybe you will spot a ghost.  The rules are simple.  You must post a picture with your log, and you must be holding your GPSr.

Please do not disrupt activity in the library, and be respectful if you use your cell phone in the library.  You can make your call from the outside and time your visit.  This is a very neat building, with quite a history.  Take time to look around. You must use the webcams for your picture. No personal camera pictures or selfies are allowed.  Sometimes the webcams are not operating.  This is beyond my control and you attempt to log this cache at your own risk.  You can always check the link before you attempt to log this cache.
If the picture is not done with the webcam, your log will be deleted!

Good Luck.



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