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Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #420 on: Yesterday at 08:56 »
The chief spends all morning calling hotels, inns, motels, and any other temporary accommodation locations he can find in the area. He gets no decent leads, so he calls the Intrepid Pictures reception again and is told that as far as the receptionist can remember, the team will be staying in an AirBNB somewhere in the district, but has no information on where that might be.

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Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #421 on: Yesterday at 09:49 »
Is there a way to contact AirBNB ?

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #422 on: Yesterday at 10:12 »
The chief tries to contact representatives at AirBNB but as anyone who has used the service before will tell you, the customer support is atrocious. He spends an hour trying to get ahold of a human to explain the situation to before giving up and deciding that solving the killer's riddles will be an easier task than contacting AirBNB directly.

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #423 on: Yesterday at 11:13 »
I think we should not try to get the locations from other investigation than cracking the riddles. The other avenues have given us motive, method and victimology, but we're not supposed to be able to get the locations that way as far as I understand the game.

So: "My bones are not old"...is there anything else that could possibly point in the direction of the sites beginning with "New"?

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #424 on: Yesterday at 11:33 »
I am still convinced that the solution to the sought location has to do with the 12 numbers
and a corresponding 12 letter location. The "Double Trouble " still makes me think that it
might be POTENTIAL SOLUTION Margaret Anne Penitentiary
I'd suggest we send a full squad there, if nothing shows up there, the only place left according to the 12 letter theory would be Sheldonville.
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Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #425 on: Yesterday at 13:41 »
You may be right. However, the "26" is the only number inside a sentence. "I have 26 pieces left" could be that sentence, meaning that number should not be counted.

In my mind, it feels most right to think along similar lines as officer Cassiebsg. The fox/dog-sentence in the end could be there to show us what letters are missing. The placement of the numbers points in the direction that the number means something in the sentence before (or after). Have anyone tried to do the letter swapping without the three letters T, E and N?

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #426 on: Yesterday at 13:48 »
I guess you are right and this might be the finale with a crisp
riddle worth a finale
I just wanted to make sure that the double trouble 12 letter theory
is the solution, if it‘s not ( which I fear ) it will not be so easy to solve it

Mandle

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Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #427 on: Yesterday at 14:50 »
I have misled the investigation so far. I'm pretty sleepy right now so I will continue my efforts when I wake up tomorrow.

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #428 on: Yesterday at 15:22 »
Sergeant Pangborn and his team search Margaret Anne Penitentiary but see no indication that it is the planned destination of the film crew or the location of the killer's hideout.

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #429 on: Yesterday at 15:53 »
Sergeant Pangborn and his team search Margaret Anne Penitentiary but see no indication that it is the planned destination of the film crew or the location of the killer's hideout.

I think this means we're on the lookout for two locations, like Cassiebsg and Ian Aloser have suggested.

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #430 on: Yesterday at 16:03 »
That's bad news :-(
But Chief, just to make sure that the 12 letter theory is wrong, could we send the whole unit to Sheldonville?
I still haven't given up on this. Hope you agree !

Re: CTI: Crime Team Investigation
« Reply #431 on: Today at 09:07 »
Unfortunately the team uncovers no clues in Sheldonville.