Dr. Horrible LbNA # 62002
|Placed Date||May 27 2012|
|Found By||Hart x6|
|Last Found||Jun 18 2012|
UPDATE 6/1/12. Part of the original message was not captured in the first code. We now have the full message! See below.
You have just intercepted a coded message from the Evil League of Evil to Dr. Horrible (See [http://drhorrible.com] to learn more about this AWESOME cast of folks. Then decode the message to find the box.)
(For music see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDD-SP2iaa8)
With my freeze ray I will stop – the world.
With my freeze ray I will find the time to find the words to
Find the box. Where to start?
At the NE. From the lot.
Cross the bridge. To the right.
Pass the dots. To the top.
With my freeze ray I will stop – the pain.
It’s not a death ray or an ice beam, that’s all Johnny Snow.
At the ‘T’ turn to the right
25 steps to a blaze on the left of the trail
21 more, you find another without fail,
another 25 steps put you in between,
And now its time to find Mister…Me-an.
That’s the plan. 345 degrees.
Root end. Log near the trail.
Cover well (What? No, no, you look swell.) Anyway.
With my freeze ray I will stop.
(For the music see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X1VjGsZeyw)
Bad Horse, Bad Horse, Bad Horse, Bad Horse
He rides across the trail, the Thoroughbred of Sin.
He’s looking for the clue-you just-sent-in
It needs evaluation, so let the game begin.
A great big box. A fancy stamp,
A nice long hike without a map.
Bad Horse, Bad Horse, Bad Horse, He’s Bad!
The Evil League of Evil is nearby so beware.
Continue along the yellow through the 4-way, we swear!
So to make the Bad Horse gleeful, stop near the field on the side-trail.
5 steps to the multi on the left. Hi-Ho Silver!
Signed Bad Horse.
(So it doesn’t completely rhyme. Oh well. Please make sure you anchor the box in place with the large cross-beam stick so it doesn’t fall out of the tree. From here, you can continue along the trail if you have a map. It is really far! Otherwise, we'd suggest you go back the way you came. This hike is 1-1.5miles along hilly terrain.)