I have been working on “The Hunt” for almost a year (since it came out on Expedition Unknown in the U.S.) and have a question for those of you who have studied the last clue: Hypothetically if you were standing right in front of the Sentinels would you know where to dig, exactly? I have often thought that it would be right where the light is shining, but don’t really know?
A couple of days ago it came to, I know where to draw the line and I think may have figured out where exactly to dig, as I said when I found it I was checking a clue and was dumbfounded when I saw them. In the limited time I had I could not figure out where to dig but putting it (the last two clues) together I am pretty sure I know exactly where to dig. However, if I should be wrong my offer still stands! I am waiting for a friend to be able to submit paperwork for her passport as soon as she has it we will head back, most likely sometime in early July (fingers crossed)!
Note: if anyone is wondering why I did not use a metal detector, I did, however it was unhelpful in this area.
This reply was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by Diane Sheets.
Diane, I started the same time as you. Within 3 weeks I was so convinced I had a solution that I went to France with friends and stood in front of my sentinelles, convinced the final clue would become apparent I became extremely excited when I found the grave error and the valley opened to reveal the black ships mast, we even dug a hole in the middle of the night in search of the prize! Needless to say I didn’t dig anything up on that trip and although I have found many owls from the comfort of my armchair since, I can’t wait for the COVID pandemic to ease restrictions so that we can travel again. There is no doubt in my mind where I should be stood at the end of the 650, but I am torn on the possibilities for the 520. If anyone is on similar lines to me they will understand when I say my journey to the centre of the earth starts with the 900 clue.