1 March 1984
||Terry Hickman and work colleague John Willis, police officers
|Description of the Treasure
||A silver brooch of an animal
||Opposite a place with the same name as a Dutch port, a storybook
toad emerged. Find letters to a mouse and register the date.
||Falmouth – in the May 1907 register of the Greenbank Hotel
||West of an NT maze is a creek where the Walrus and the Carpenter
would have had a feast. The biggest native holds the clue.
||Porth Navas – in oyster shell in Duchy of Cornwall oyster farm
||At the station on the hilly down line, find a way among tracks
and signals up the No 3 ascender and consult the ultimate waveguide.
||Goonhilly Downs – on waveguide of no 3 dish aerial
||In a Seahawk in a Seahawk in a Seahawk.
||RNAS Culdrose, Helston – inside plastic model of a Seahawk
in cockpit of Seahawk aircraft in Royal Naval aircraft museum 3
||A course in a place akin to Greek will help you understand
the treatment of Halichoerus Grypus. The treasure lies deep among the weanlings.
||Gweek seal sanctuary – seal pendant attached to a brick at
bottom of weanlings pool
||The contestants won the treasure with 19 seconds to spare
||Two letters beginning ‘Dear Mouse’, and dated 10 and 23 May
1907, by ‘Wind In the Willows’ author Kenneth Grahame, are displayed in the
||A Goonhilly Downs engineer runs with Annie to the no 3 ascender
(dish aerial) and leads her inside. He explains that the waveguide is used to
feed the signal from the aerial, but the contestants instruct Annie to look
for a copy of the Radio Times or TV Times magazines.
||Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Culdrose is also known as HMS
||‘Halichoerus Grypus’ is the grey seal
||Annie has to remove her comms pack and dive into the pool
to retrieve the clue. Terry (or maybe John) chirpily instructs her to
“Dive in. Go on. Get wet. In you splash.”
Information © David Hodges, 2003, with corrections by Martin Underwood, 2010
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