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


First you need to know what both images in the stamps are of.




Clue 2


Sure, the ship is easy, but what kind of herb is that on the right?




Solution


Compounding the two images on the stamps (ship and mint) will sound out to form another word you'll know: "Shipment."




Clue 3


If you think you're on the right track, but don't know what to do with what you've found, then it is suggested that you work on other puzzles and cards for now, rather than skipping to the solution.





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