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14 May 2019

More Puzzling Artifacts

I had a lot of fun last month hunting down fading signs of past Puzzle Parties around the city of Auburn. Since then I have found several more such artifacts:

These are all from the same parties mentioned previously, and they pretty much exhaust this topic. I can only think of one more sticker on a phone booth out at Moores Mill and Society Hill roads. Oh, and I guess there may be some old codes scribbled in the University coliseum...

Maybe this topic will warrant a third Offbeat article... we'll see.

Topics: puzzle_parties

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