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Found it colincactus found Famous people of Ruislip - mbtkz Challenge Cache

Sunday, September 18, 2016London, United Kingdom

I noticed this challenge last night when I decided to come to the CITO today. However I didn't realise that there was a checker so I dismissed it from my mind thinking that I didn't have time to see whether I qualified or not (I suspected that I didn't).

This morning I was walking around litter picking with some other cachers and mentioned it to bleachedwestie. She said she knew she would qualify as she had done the mystery 101 series in a day and they start with the letters A-Z and the numbers 0-9 (36 caches in all). I remembered that I had done all but three of them in a day but which were they?

We had no problems finding the cache as Team Kiisseli were just coming out of the undergrowth after putting it back - it was still swinging so very easy to spot. I signed the log and crossed my fingers hoping that the three I had DNFed that day weren't any of the letters I required for the challenge. I was very pleased when I got home just now, and ran the checker to find that I am indeed qualified.

colincactus has used Project-GC to see if he qualified for this challenge and he did.

M: GC5ATN6: M – Mystery 101 (Roots),
B: GC5AT7H: B – Mystery 101 (I Put a Spell on You),
T: GC5ATX6: T – Mystery 101 (And another thing…),
K: GC5ATJE: K – Mystery 101 (Deaf as a post),
Z: GC5AV0P: Z – Mystery 101 (Mosaic Five),

All found on 24-Aug-2014. I'll add more details here.

#2875 TFTC

infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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