Suicide Tower LbNA # 44860
|Placed Date||Dec 9 2008|
|Last Update||Apr 15 2011|
On a Tuesday night, the Ides of January, 1975, a young high school honor student decided he could no longer handle the pressures of his life and decided to end it. But he cared about his family, and couldn’t bear the thought of the emotional pain that his suicide would bring to his parents. To spare them this trauma, he took a hatchet and killed them; first his father, then his mother. Leaving their bleeding bodies on the floor of their suburban kitchen, he ran out into the night and climbed to the top of a nearby water tower, slit his left wrist and threw himself off, hitting the ground, 150 feet below.
Find the spot where the water tower can be seen at 320 degrees, and the steel tower at 240 degrees. Find your prize under leaves and sticks at the base of the tree next to the small retaining wall.
• No ink included; bring your own. Black is recommended.
• Please rehide well.
• Don’t look down. ;-)