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graninal posted on Apr 04, 2006 6:38:46 AM - Report post
where do i find a crossbar for the fruit press?
WhiteHorses11 posted on Apr 04, 2006 11:14:00 AM - Report post
in the lagoon from the damaged Sub. Take the propellor & attach to Fruit Press. Tis done!
lisajohnson2578 posted on Apr 10, 2006 3:09:14 PM - Report post
I have searched all over and can't find the lagoon, where is it and how do I get there??? Please help.
WhiteHorses11 posted on Apr 10, 2006 3:54:32 PM - Report post
Do you remember the study & the secret door, opened by the books beuing put in the right places? Open that, get past the safe , turn the lights on & then down the stairs to the lagoon. Damaged one man sub is in the lagoon.
lisajohnson2578 posted on Apr 10, 2006 11:30:56 PM - Report post
the door is in the safe?? 🤔
WhiteHorses11 posted on Apr 11, 2006 9:55:27 AM - Report post
Go to Study. Take all the books that are either lying loose or that you can grab from the shelves. Replace red books in order of shade (dark red, light red, dark red) on shelves. Secret Door opens. There's a safe - combine Marston's note, decoding letter & Emily's Bible, for combination to safe. Open safe. Small room. Locked door. Deflated dinghy, & series of boxes, which hold things & is also an anagram of the sign. Solve anagram, door opens, turn lights on, go down stairs & observe lagoon
lisajohnson2578 posted on Apr 11, 2006 2:15:54 PM - Report post
ok I'm having alot of trouble with te anagram is there a secret to it?? I think the top ow spells hate but not sure for the rest of it.
WhiteHorses11 posted on Apr 11, 2006 4:49:37 PM - Report post
Go to sign above S/W radio - read it aloud. There's a famous 3-word phrase that is the anagram....