The Secret (a treasure hunt)

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This site is a wiki where users can collaborate to solve "The Secret," an armchair treasure hunt created by Byron Preiss...

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[...] is sometimes called a "keyhole" shape. The James P. Kelleher Rose Garden in Boston's Back Bay Fens is a keyhole garden with the same shape. There are also keyhole clocks with this shape. The [...]

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[...] ; is the middle part of a reversed Boston zip code, 02115, which would include parts of the Back Bay Fens and the Emerald Necklace, but not Mother's Rest or the Victory Gardens. L8 - The flower is a [...]

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[...] steps near water. Based on what would most likely be the Muddy River, which flows through the Back Bay Fens. Fens and Charlesgate Park. - There is a staircase at that connects the east end of the [...]

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[...] a map. It would certainly be interesting to find streets or sidewalks in the vicinity of the Back Bay Fens that show a similar pattern. It's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the [...]

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[...] hair above the flower? Are there any more shots of the play structure framing this picture of Mothers Rest? Are there any good photos showing the pattern of stones on the sides of the Boylston Street [...]

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[...] Are there any more shots of the play structure framing this picture of Mothers Rest? Are there any good photos showing the pattern of stones on the sides of the Boylston Street [...]

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[...] . It would be useful to map out the lamps in the Back Bay Fens, particularly the ones near Mothers Rest. In truth, be free. - This could be a paraphrased version of the biblical quotation, "Ye [...]

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[...] the poet's first name could be a (very weak) connection to the Charlesgate area just north of Mothers Rest. Other Notes: The Emerald Necklace Conservancy has a good map of the Back Bay Fens. The most [...]

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[...] (roughly) at the corner of Boylston and Fenway, near the Mothers Rest playground and the Boylston Street Bridge over the Back Bay Fens. A green tower of lights In the middle section at Boston's Fenway [...]

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[...] park is due west of the Boylston / Fenway intersection, only a few hundred yards from the Boylston Street Bridge. - Alternatively, this could be a reference to the green lamppost beside the "Two [...]

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[...] the library would put one (very roughly) at the corner of Boylston and Fenway, near the Boylston Street Bridge over the Back Bay Fens. A green tower of lights In the middle section - This could be a [...]

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[...] / Are here to see." A person facing the water in the starred location beside the Boylston Street Bridge would see the Victory Gardens across the river. G Veterans Memorial Park where there is [...]

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[...] this case, a reference to a seated Abraham Lincoln. There are two bronze statues of Lincoln in Grant Park, but the one that shows him seated is a statue called Abraham Lincoln: The Head of State [...]

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[...] horse is very similar to a statue called The Bowman that stands where Congress Parkway enters Grant Park. The statue depicts a Native American on horseback shooting an arrow, but the sculpture was [...]

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[...] warts on the individual's face might be a map of some kind. The casque was found in an area of Grant Park where the trees are planted in straight rows and columns. It may be that the wart pattern [...]

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[...] Jackson Drive. - "Hush"? Other Notes: This aerial photo from 2002 shows the corner of Grant Park where the casque was found. Jackson street is running across the top and the statue of the [...]

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[...] right marks what is currently thought to be the most promising spot to investigate. A Fenway Park, home of the "Green Monster." This is the most likely interpretation of the [...]

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[...] right marks what is currently thought to be the most promising spot to investigate. A Fenway Park, home of the "Green Monster." This is the most likely interpretation of the [...]

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[...] is most likely a reference to the "Green Monster," the left field wall at Boston's Fenway Park. The park is due west of the Boylston / Fenway intersection, only a few hundred yards from the [...]

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[...] the area of Boylston, possibly one that has now been torn down. - This could be a reference to Fenway Park, which is built from steel. Face the water Your back to the stairs - Presumably, this is a [...]

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[...] in the neckline of the woman's dress. It's possible that this is meant as a reference to the Emerald Necklace, a string of public parks in the Boston area. The castle shown on the box may be a [...]

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[...] in the neckline of the woman's dress. It's possible that this is meant as a reference to the Emerald Necklace, a string of public parks in the Boston area. The castle shown on the box may be a [...]

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[...] casque in Boston. The Back Bay Fens of Boston have a string of public parks called the "Emerald Necklace." Image Matches The silhouette of the figure on the horse is very similar to a statue [...]

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[...] the bubble depict the large, spherical streetlights that once stood in many areas of the Emerald Necklace. Image Matches The fairy holding the jewel may be modeled on the character of "Faith& [...]

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[...] 's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the Charles River Esplanade, near Storrow Lagoon. That site, however, is many blocks away from the other image confirmations in the Back Bay [...]

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[...] 's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the Charles River Esplanade, near Storrow Lagoon. That site, however, is many blocks away from the other image confirmations in the Back Bay [...]

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[...] 's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the Charles River Esplanade, near Storrow Lagoon. That site, however, is many blocks away from the other image confirmations in the Back Bay [...]

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[...] 's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the Charles River Esplanade, near Storrow Lagoon. That site, however, is many blocks away from the other image confirmations in the Back Bay [...]

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[...] is located. Near those Who pass the coliseum With metal walls - This could refer to the Harvard stadium, which looks like a coliseum. - Alternatively, it could refer to the USS Constitution, [...]

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[...] Park. Near those Who pass the coliseum With metal walls - This could refer to the Harvard stadium, which looks like a coliseum. - Alternatively, it could refer to the USS Constitution, [...]

James Leo edited Verse 03

[...] With metal walls - This could refer to the Harvard stadium, which looks like a coliseum. - Alternatively, it could refer to the USS Constitution, which [...]

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[...] Street Bridge. Near those Who pass the coliseum With metal walls - This could refer to the Harvard stadium, which looks like a coliseum. - Alternatively, it could refer to the USS Constitution, which [...]

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[...] perhaps piers extending into a river. K5 - The castle shown on the jewel box may be based on Horace Walpole's home, Strawberry Hill (see below). K6 - The number "42" is on the bracelet, [...]

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[...] castle shown on the box may be a representation of Strawberry Hill House, the home of Horace Walpole in Twickenham, London. The connection would make sense because it was Walpole who wrote [...]

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[...] castle shown on the box may be a representation of Strawberry Hill House, the home of Horace Walpole in Twickenham, London. The connection would make sense because it was Walpole who wrote [...]

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[...] the glorious jubilee When crippled thousands shall in truth be free. connection to the Charlesgate area just north of Mothers Rest. area. Other Notes: The Emerald Necklace Conservancy has a good [...]

Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] to a location in Boston, but the poet's first name could be a (very weak) connection to the Charlesgate area just north of Mothers Rest. Other Notes: The Emerald Necklace Conservancy has a good map of [...]

Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] to a location in Boston, but the poet's first name could be a (very weak) connection to the Charlesgate area just north of Mothers Rest. Other Notes: The Emerald Necklace Conservancy has a good map of [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] is sometimes called a "keyhole" shape. The James P. Kelleher Rose Garden in Boston's Back Bay Fens is a keyhole garden with the same shape. There are also keyhole clocks with this shape. The [...]

Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] ; is the middle part of a reversed Boston zip code, 02115, which would include parts of the Back Bay Fens and the Emerald Necklace, but not Mother's Rest or the Victory Gardens. L8 - The flower is a [...]

Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] steps near water. Based on what would most likely be the Muddy River, which flows through the Back Bay Fens. Fens and Charlesgate Park. - There is a staircase at that connects the east end of the [...]

James Leo edited Image 11

[...] a map. It would certainly be interesting to find streets or sidewalks in the vicinity of the Back Bay Fens that show a similar pattern. It's possible that the pattern represents an intersection on the [...]

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