I get the ocular part. But have no idea what to do with it to decipher message - claw/ballroom etc.
I cannot find a similar theme in the curios for V1I4 but have spotted the "light house". Which is another issue altogether - do we use the travel articles or the locations in the socialite column (a sunny set of islands)
I'm stuck here too - I'm not seeing any clues in the ad beyond the horse names - but I'm about ready to claw my own eyes out. I think I've solved the location puzzle (though I'm not sure what would lead me there), but I didn't find any bridge letter references
After reading all of this, I've looked at all the curios, advertisements, and associated materials, and I'm at a complete loss as to what the first step of the Horse advertisement should be. I'm horribly embarrassed. Here's what I've looked at so far: The curios:
the Photo of a man named after the subject of the ad has no eyes in the sign. The man named in the title of the portraits ad also lost his eyes. The statue lost its head and also its eyes. A lady's calling card.
diggitydoodog: I've had dubious documents for 2 years now and finally went to work on it. Would anyone on here be willing to PM me the answer or post it in a spoiler so I can check the solution?
Sept 17, 2020 11:44:39 GMT -5
Todd: Did you hear about the dwarfish fortune teller who broke out of jail? Police are on the lookout for a small medium at large.
Oct 15, 2020 21:35:58 GMT -5
distantsmoke: It’s snowing here in NE Kansas! Yay!
Oct 26, 2020 9:51:04 GMT -5
Todd: I once went to a zoo whose only animal was a dog! It was a shih tzu.
Oct 27, 2020 18:20:25 GMT -5
rob: There are 10 types of people in this world: Those who understand binary, and those who don't.
Nov 17, 2020 17:47:10 GMT -5
AMH: Wow, I never realized that collecting and doing puzzles could make you a millionaire... If you were a billionaire !
Nov 18, 2020 23:54:06 GMT -5