N 39° 17.020' W 84° 15.950' (WGS84)
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Location: United States > Ohio
Cache Type: Quiz
Status: Ready for Search
Date Hidden: 27 March 2016
Date Created: 27 March 2016
Last Modified: 24 February 2017
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Chateau Laroche, like many castles, has it’s secrets. There is a hidden treasure somewhere that will require you to roam the castle and listen to or question the knights to answer the clues, but be warned, they have sworn a vow of silence to it’s whereabouts. Sir Greg, if he is about, may offer assistance if you are stumpped.
Your quest is to search for these clues, put them in the correct order, then use the information you have to find the path of the treasure. You may find something to take home as a reward for your diligence. Leave your mark on the scroll within to let others know you solved the secret of the castle.
AB CD.EFG X HI JK.LMN
1.The main castle door was designed to keep enemies out long enough to get to the battle deck to pour molten lead through the murder holes. There are 2AB +1 pieces of wood in the door, all going in different directions.
2. The youngest picture of Sir Harry Andrews was his 19CD Colgate University class photo.
3. The castle has EF battlements, one for each county in Ohio. Add 11 to that number
4. In the German game room there is many chairs to play checkers, chess and try to solve the many puzzles but there is only G thrones.
5. Sir Harry said visiting the castle was like going backwards in time. He kept a special clock to show this. H:00 is the time on his clock when your watch says 4:00.
6. There is a Wild Man kept prisoner in the dungeon behind both a wooden door and a barred door. There are I bars on that door. Watch out, he is real! Real plastic that is.
7. The castle was dedicated in 1929 for the Knights of the Golden Trail. How many men laid 56,000 buckets of river rock to make the castle? The answer is J.
8. Head for the battle deck! Locate the date the door was made. Subtract the second set of number from the first set, then, from that number subtract the first number from the second to find K.
9. What does Andrews, Chateau and Laroche have in common, add two for L.
10. The dry moat was where a knight would ride his horse through when leaving the
stable. The knight would pass under M arches as he rode to the gardens from the stables.
11. When in the garden, there is another great man watching from a window, you can also find him on the N dollar bill.Check your answer here
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