GuestUser17 wrote:FWIW my best guess yesterday was Dr. Jose Rizal. He had a religious upbringing, became a Dr. and wrote several books. His statue is next to Central station in Sydney and depicts him carrying a book. I tried emailing several responses but got the same automated reply each time. I am also unsure about the method to use the answers but am posting this in case it helps.
I asked James his opinion on this, as he is better at riddles than I am. Our searches for the answers proved futile. However, James believes that it may involve physically going to those locations and doing as the riddles ask. Counting the books and whatnot.
Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. And thank you for putting your time into this; we truly appreciate all of your efforts.
OneSteve wrote:The holy healer stands alone, a-reading 'top the station. Both name the man and count the books - we'll reward your fascination.
While I appreciate the level of thought you are putting into this, I believe you may be overthinking things. From what I can tell, the agent's email is no longer set to an autoresponder. Perhaps you are supposed to email your answers to him.
Really? Mr. A is sending people to retrieve them already? Well, okay. I was under the impression it would take longer. It took a lot of effort to move these, you dig?
For the second, I don’t know man, have you been to that cemetery? I don’t think what you think is buried there is buried there.
As for your first answer… uh, Mr. A didn’t really set a clear policy on hints… I was under the impression that the people he sent would know to go to the station to figure it out. I don’t think he would want me just telling you.
From what I understand you’re no longer automated, so I’ll provide my attempts at answers to your riddles.
The holy healer stands alone, a-reading 'top the station. Both name the man and count the books - we'll reward your fascination.
One Troper suggested: "My guess: the man's name is the street, the books' number is the house number. The second riddle shows a more precise location.
But my theory is that counting the books could be related to a state library near St James railway station?
Once Saint Mary rested here, now in a wall remembered. Name for me three sisters near, rewards will be engendered.
Would this have anything to do with Mary MacKillop and her own three sisters Annie, Lexie, and Maggie, with a memorial of her in the Memorial Wall.
And if you can provide any further clues that will also be very much appreciated.
JRPictures wrote:Well I gotta resurrect this thread so far. We need to get this solved.
So here's the theories me and my mum and sister built up:
* One location could be here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_James_r ... on,_Sydney or in the State Library near it.
* It might be in St Marys: http://www.greaterbluemountainsdrive.co ... dw=9064913
* Or Mary Mackillop as mentioned earlier:Qara-Xuan Zenith wrote:The Gore Hill Cemetary housed the remains of St Mary Mackillop, an Australian saint, before they were removed to a Memorial Wall.
So far it's good progress.
H22 wrote:Hold on. The wall piece is surrounded by art. That doesn't sound much like a cemetery....
GuestUser17 wrote:Just to clarify - I was able to locate the piece without solving the riddles based on previous wall piece locations but it is not able to be retrieved until the riddles have been solved. The piece is safe for the time being until we can solve the riddles, and they are proving harder than I anticipated.
Dryunya wrote:I have no idea how you even pulled that off. I mean, finding the piece without solving the riddle? I think Batman has infiltrated the GMs' men.
narrativedilettante wrote:Okay, we need to solve these riddles NOW and get JR (or somebody else, but probably JR) to collect the wall piece. So... where are we? A healer/doctor/something who has books? A cemetery but I think we were casting doubt on that idea?
Go to gore hill cemetery. There you will find what you need for the second puzzle.
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