Remember, if you haven't used our clues pages yet, check out the instructions here to learn how they work and how to best utilize them. 

Card 5 A.jpg

Hint 1

Who painted this painting?

Hint 2

It looks like his name is spelled incorrectly. What are the extra letters?

Hint 3

The underlined word will help you with other messages.

Solution

Write down all the extra letters in the painter's name: 'Caesar' is a variety of this thing, and XV is the key number for decoding. This will give you a useful tool going forward.

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Hint 1

Have you figured out the meaning of the text on the front of the card yet? If not, you should go back and work on that first.

Hint 2

If you solved the puzzle of the painter's name, use that information you gained here.

Hint 3

This is a Caesar cipher with a key of 15.

Solution

Final Message: "If you know where I have been, then you know where I will be next. Please, for the sake of my family, turn me in to the FBI. Please tell them the truth about me. I am not the criminal I appear to be. Please tell them. "

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Hint 1

The numbers underneath are just as important as the barcode.

Hint 2

What could those numbers be turned into? And what is the bar... code?

Hint 3

Each number corresponds to a letter in the alphabet. As for the bars, an SOS might help. 

Solution

Final Answer: The numbers translate to "TELL THEM MY NAME"
and the barcode uses Morse code to write out "JASON CLARK"

Card 5 D.jpg

Hint 1

Do you recognize what this is?

Hint 2

It's a QR code, but it seems like it's not dark enough to scan

Hint 3

You might need to find a way to darken the QR code so you can scan it with your phone.

Solution

Card 5 E.jpg

Hint 1

I wonder what the numbers mean.

Hint 2

This might help you with keeping your postcards in order.

Solution

The numbers represent dates of when the postcards were sent. Your first postcard is the one that was sent earliest.

Card 5 F.jpg

Hint 1

That border looks like more than just decoration.

Hint 2

It might help to change your... perspective.

Hint 3

If you slant the card and look at it, you should see a word.

Solution

Final Answer: SEOUL