Friday, June 13, 2008

Mystery on Fifth Avenue

I've seen this in numerous places today, but in case you haven't... Architectural designer Eric Clough secretly embedded 18 clues to a massive puzzle in this posh Fifth Avenue apartment he built for the Klinsy-Sherry family, who for over a year didn't even realize they were living in a house full of ciphers, clue books, hidden panels and magnetic keys all ingeniously integrated into their apartment. View the slide show, or read the full article at the NY Times.

This is like the coolest story I've read in a long time. It's like one of those "escape the room" games, only real-life.

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Anonymous said...


ha. just kidding. I'm glad to see that their stimulus checks went to good use.

Anonymous said...

This would be really cool. I hope their kids are thankful.