This multi uses techniques never before seen in our fair city, before setting out, be aware that this one is meant to be challenging.
This stage was inspired by Charles Dickens' semi-autobiographical work David Copperfield. If you remember young David's first job it will do you no good, but if you combine that with what I learned in "How to Hold a Crocodile" you will have a good start on finding this set of coordinates. Add in a healthy dose of Newton's second law of motion and you have this tiger by the tail.
Take one part "Fairie Queene" by Edmund Spenser, one part Matthew 16:18 and one part of Mr. Ritter's Shortening. Mix well and find coordinates. I hid this stage with a cannon, and you've got to keep that in mind.
The final resting place of this cache can be summed up in one word, and that word is Ozymandias.
Have fun, be safe and remember, this one is supposed to be hard.