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What's for Dinner?

A cache by dgreno and mattdgren Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/31/2002
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

Find the right demon while visitng China's "Ghost City" of FengDu and you'll claim this cache.

On the northern bank of the Yangtze River in China lies the city of FengDu. It is known as both the 'Ghost City' and as the capital of the underworld. Interesting landmarks here have names like the River of Blood, the Ghost Torturing Pass and the Tower of the Last Glance Home.

The temple on the hill in FengDu has many displays of the Chinese people's view of Hell including numerous statues of wild demons.

Head to the coordinates and find the demon noted in the picture below. He is gnawing on something pretty horrific. Email me and tell me what he's eating and you may log the cache. NOTE: As of February 1, 2008, there is an additional requirement for the logging of this cache -- you must post a picture of yourself with your GPS in your hand at one of the other demons in the area.

An interesting note: FengDu, a city of more than 750,000 people, will be almost totally submerged by June 2003 due to the rising waters of the Yangtze River caused by the Three Gorges Dam Project. By virtue of its hilltop location, the FengDu Temple will survive and become beachfront property!

An admission fee is required to enter the grounds of the Ghost City.


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