Dispatch #6 🗝 Hunt a killer in the Maryland woods 👻 The nutso Voynich Manuscript

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Dispatch #6 🗝 Hunt a killer in the Maryland woods 👻 The nutso Voynich Manuscript
By The Mystery League • Issue #6
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Spend a weekend hunting a serial killer in the woods of Maryland
Clavis Cryptica digs into this weekend’s massive, immersive game in Darlington, MD. From the site: “Hunt a Killer is a 3 hour interactive experience where you and 5 friends Hunt a Serial Killer. Your team will encounter mental and physical challenges while exploring a 200-acre campground.” Tickets are still available.
The D.C. library is staging a clandestine banned book scavenger hunt
“The D.C. public library has hidden books throughout the city in stores, libraries and cafes. They’re covered in black dust jackets with labels like FILTHY, TRASHY and PROFANE. Can you find all six?”
Go literally crazy with your own copy of the inscrutable Voynich Manuscript
“The swirls of script filling the pages of the book — known as the Voynich Manuscript — are as inscrutable as the slime trails left by a garden slug.”
The Crux puzzle hunt
An escape room company near Niagara Falls is hosting an online puzzle hunt. That’s all I know.
Parting puzzle
Name a noun in four letters. Like most nouns, you can turn this noun into its adjective form by adding a Y, but in this case you first have to swap the noun’s last two letters. What noun & adjective are these?
Answer to last week’s puzzle (in rot-13):
(UNEEVFBA) SBEQ & (NQNZ) QEVIRE
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