Clue 1


Don't be fooled, Jason Clarke is not actually in England.




Clue 2


While he may not be abroad, the English landmarks shown might help you determine where he is.




Solution


The letters hold the following locations: Stonehenge, Eden Project, Angel of the North, Tower of London, Tower of London again, Lloyds, and Eden Project again. Read as an acrostic, this spells out "Seattle."




Clue 3


A good place to start is looking for a list of the most famous landmarks in the United Kingdom, and then see what looks familiar.





Clue 1


I don't think normal telephone boothes have so many panes of glass...




Clue 2


Hmm, some of those little windows look more illuminated than others.




Solution


The windows form a Braille pattern that spells out "Tim Cox."




Clue 3


The extra column on the right may be throwing you off, but this is one of the most common "codes" you see.





Clue 1


There's a lot to unpack here, but first you'll want to use another part of the postcard to tell you what you're looking for at these coordinates.




Clue 2


The background on the postcard back should push you in the right direction...




Solution


Each of the coordinates leads to a London underground station, and the highlighted numbers will let you index into the names of those stations, giving you the message: "The boss is called Yggdrasil."




Clue 3


Your numbers will help you pull information from what you found at those coordinates.





Clue 1


I don't think normal telephone boothes have so many panes of glass...




Clue 2


Hmm, some of those little windows look more illuminated than others.




Solution


The windows form a Braille pattern that spells out "Tim Cox."




Clue 3


The extra column on the right may be throwing you off, but this is one of the most common "codes" you see.





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