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Terrorist Hunt II - Teens find 'liquid explosive' Mystery Cache

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Hidden : 01/08/2007
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Geocache Description:

This is a multi cache. Terrain may be rough so no wheelchairs or pushchairs. You need to have completed GCZRJG before you will be able to do this cache mission.
The coordinates in the .loc/.gpx are for parking after completion of checkpoint echo.

NEWS REPORT:Watch the latest newsflash
A LANE of the M40 motorway was closed off by police yesterday amid reports that liquid explosives were found by teenagers at the roadside. Two 13-year-olds cycling through Fennell's Wood, Loudwater, on Wednesday night discovered two bin liners, which they say contained bottles of liquid. The youngsters tipped out the bags' contents which then smoked and bubbled on the ground. The terrified teenagers fled from the wood and dialled 999. They were being interviewed by anti-terror police at a secret location in South Bucks yesterday. Police told one of the boys' mothers that what they discovered was an important find'. The mother, from Hatters Lane, High Wycombe, added: "We didn't know what it was, but the police have said that it is bomb-making equipment." The discovery was close to Loudwater Combined School. Officers from the Metropolitan Police descended on the stretch of motorway between junctions three and four. Teams of explosives officers were called to the scene a month after the anti-terror raids shook the town. The slow lane of the eastbound carriageway between junctions three and four was coned off and reduced to two lanes as a precautionary measure. Forensic teams continued the investigation on Thursday morning, while the lane closure between Handy Cross and Loudwater caused severe tailbacks during rush hour. Thames Valley Police officers stood guard at the scene of the roped-off area of Fennell's Wood. The Metropolitan Police however would not confirm or deny that liquid explosives had been found. A spokeswoman, who would not be named, added: "We are not prepared to discuss what the items are and we are not prepared to speculate whether the items are linked to any ongoing investigations. "

Welcome back people, I trust you all had a good rest after your hunt around Kings Wood!!! Shame about Daphne, I heard the fall was fatal as she made her way to checkpoint Bravo.
Anyway, using the data that was retrieved from Kings Wood, you should now complete the following which will give you coordinates of the cache.

N 51° 36.E+A(E) W 000° 42.A+C(D)

One last bit of info, you will need to keep your data up to date throughout the mission, if you are to do the third and final cache in the series.

Upon activation this cache contained the following items
Logbook and pencil/pen for logging.
One anti fog lens cleaning wipe
Triumph motorcycle history DVD
3 plasters for small cuts
Plastic blue and white sea shell
2 mini high-lighter pens
Buzz light year inflatable knock down
HeBeGeBe tie wrap
1 pack of picture hooks

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Cache] - Ylvat arkg gb uvf vil pbirerq ebggra eryngvir - vafvqr fbzrjurer naq arkg gb gur terra gerr, abg gbb sne sebz gur cngu

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)