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The Mars Bars: Box removed at Midnight with a gang of strange sorts[;)]

One even signed the log...beware of the FoP from Chorley!


Enigma Nine (TTFN)

A cache by The Mars Bars Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/30/2006
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Geocache Description:

The cache is not hidden at the above coordinates.

You will need to find Enigma Four (Dead Letterbox) before this cache.

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The series to date includes:-

Enigma One (Training Program)
Enigma Two (Initiation Test)
Enigma Three (Bridge of Spies)
Enigma Four (Dead Letterbox)
Enigma Five (39 Steps)
Enigma Six (Spy Ring)
The breeder cache for the 8 Sleeper Cells
Enigma Seven (Listening Post)
Enigma Eight (Q Branch)
Enigma Nine (TTFN)

Sleeper Cell 001 (Fake Papers) by PhilPamandRob
Sleeper Cell 002 (Juniper)
by Lizzardman
Sleeper Cell 003 (Broken Line)
by John Stead
Sleeper Cell 004 (Dead Drop)
by carjam
Sleeper Cell 005 (The Sleeper)
by aRRKS
Sleeper Cell 006 (A View to a Kill)
by gingerbreadmen
Sleeper Cell 007 (No Mans Land)
by Bonnie and Clyde
Sleeper cell 008 (Omega Security Control Post) by MikeG

Enigma RVP (Rendezvous Point) The Event

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with the same settings used to find the cache.

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