Be advised: The coordinates above are bogus – i.e. not the correct ones !
If rumours are true this cache from November 18, 2003 is the oldest active Mystery Cache in Denmark. Is this information significant? You be the judge of that!
STEP 1: In order to receive the real mystery question(s?) you must first solve these ridiculously easy riddles:
- A man has a square house where all corners point to the south. A bear passes by. What colour has the bear?
- A farmer has ten sheep. All but nine die. How many sheep has he got left?
- Is it really true that in the central regions of Africa a native male of more than 30 years of age can marry the sister of his widow?
- Which result do you get when you divide 30 by ½ and add 10?
STEP 2: Use your answers to complete the following e-mail address: (answer1)(answer2)(answer3)(answer4)@2003.geocacher.dk. Leave out the brackets and use no spaces, dots or underscores to the left of @.
STEP 3: Send an e-mail to this e-mail address. Be sure to fill in your geocaching profile name in the "Subject"-field of your e-mail. You should also fill in some text in the mail itself (any small amount of text will do). Otherwise your e-mail might get caught by a spam-filter somewhere.
FYI: I see a copy of all incoming e-mails sent to the right e-mail address but I do not reply to them.
STEP 4: If your e-mail is sent to the right e-mail address you will get an automated e-mail back. The automated e-mail you receive contains the information needed to proceed.
Please also make YOUR LOG a genuine »mystery-log«: Do NOT publish detailed or specific geographic or spoiler information, spoiler images or any information about place names, positions or coordinates in your log.