Scooby Doo Mystery #4  LbNA # 13356 (ARCHIVED)

Placed DateJan 30 2005
LocationFulton, MO
Found By RandomChimp
Last Found Jun 19 2008
Hike Distance?

* 4/02/09 Series pulled. After 4 years two have gone missing I fear to improper re-hideation. Always completely re-hide found boxes. better to get dirty fingers than have boxes disapear. Will post when series is refurbished and replanted

Like come on gang! Grab an extra box of Scooby Snacks and jump into the Mystery Machine. There’s a mystery to be solved! Find the whole gang and solve the mystery too!

For this search you’ll need paper and pencil to jot down the extra clues to solve the mystery. A compass capable of taking bearings may help on the later boxes, too.

The Scooby Doo Mystery series are located in Fulton Missouri, on the Stinson Creek trail. The trail is paved, but you may encounter a few muddy spots if there’s been rain recently. The Scooby Doo Mystery series is 5 LBs total, all spread along the trail. Don’t miss the additional clues in each to solve the mystery. Each box builds on the directions from the previous one. That is, find #1, then you’ll head to #2 and so on. They’re a progressive LB series if you will.

A pace equals 2 full steps. So say you step with your right foot, when your left foot lands, that’s one pace. Right steps, left steps and lands, that’s another pace.

There’s a little bonus for the first three people who solve the mystery!

After finding #3, continue down the trail. You’ll pass under a bridge and soon come to another parking lot for the trail. Pass through it and continue on the trail until you come to a small bridge with green railings. Standing where the pale concrete meets the blacktop again (on the far side of the bridge) go twenty-one paces. You’ll see a small bluff on your right. This exquisite little bluff area is abundant with wildlife. Keep your eyes and ears open. Go to your right or about four o’clock or a bearing of 120˚ for 10 paces. To your right you’ll see three large rocks. The boulder to your right holds the LB. You’ll notice it is split in two vertically. The LB is hidden in this crack at just above waist level, under a rock.