What follows are my thoughts and findings regarding the clues from LSATWQ.com.
Why would anyone want to steal this statue?
In Maryland in 2004, as part of Calvert County's 350th anniversary celebration, Annmarie Garden and Calvert County schools, both public and private, began a collaborative project whose main goal was to raise money for the art programs in the schools there. And so, the Seahorses By the Bay Public Art Project began: 25, six foot fiberglass seahorse statues were molded at Calvert Marine Museum and designed and decorated by students in Calvert County schools. Most of these original seahorse statues were to be auctioned off at Annmarie Garden’s annual Halloween event to benefit the schools. On June 25 of the same year, howeve…Read more >
I found the following clues within The Vile Videos, and put them all together to spell TWO CALLED BEATRICE. I'm sure many, many people have already found this, but....Read more >
Hello fellow Volunteers! Of late, there has not been a whole lot of activity on this Wiki, and we've got only one active admin (Auguststorm1945) who doesn't have bureaucrat rights. I made a post on his talk page a week ago, asking what he thinks about adopting the Wiki, and have not received a reply. So I thought I'd open it up and ask if anyone has any objections to my attempt to adopt the Wiki. I promise to remain dedicated to improving this Wiki and combatting vandalism, and to provide speedy responses to any questions. Let me know what you think!
With all due respect,
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I believe I've figured out who the Verbal Fridge Dialogue found in The Slippery Slope was addressed to: Justice Strauss.
In The Grim Grotto, when Captain Widdershins tells the children about Jacques Snicket and how he had proved that the Royal Gardens Fire was arson, they tell the Captain that they'd found a message addressed to him at the V.F.D. Headquarters. Widdershins denies that the message would be for him, because it is known among the volunteers that he is dead. In response, Sunny says, "Etartsigam!" supposedly meaning, "The initials were J.S." Reversing the letters in Sunny's utterance, one will find the word "magistrate," meaning "a civil officer or lay judge who administers the law, esp. one who conducts a court that deals with mino…Read more >
Yesterday, I acquired a copy of The Bad Beginning: Rare Edition, and was intrigued to find a set of notes written by Lemony Snicket. These are my speculations regarding said notes.
It seems as though the Baudelaire parents were expecting their home to be burned to the ground, and wanted to save their children from the fire. I am curious as to why they did not attempt to save themselves.
- p. 2: "The three Baudelaire children lived with their parents in an enormous mansion at the heart of a dirty and busy city, and occasionally, their parents gave them permission to take a rickety trolley–the word 'rickety,' you probably know, here means 'unsteady' or 'likely to collapse'–alone to the seashore..." [On that particular occasion, the Baudelaire pare…
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