The Secret: Another Solution

The Secret: A Treasure Hunt by Byron Preiss is one of the most famous treasure hunts out there. As a resident of New York, I've always been interested with Image 12 and Verse 10, which are thought to be in NYC. If you don't know much about it, check it out here. I released a... Continue Reading →

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The Global Treasure Hunt: Riddle #2

Since multiple people have gotten the first riddle to The Global Treasure Hunt, I will release the second riddle. But first let me explain where the first Tin was buried. The first riddle refers to a great, watchful eye and an hourly chime, which many of you correctly assumed to be the London Eye and... Continue Reading →

The Global Treasure Hunt

The Global Treasure Hunt has begun! For fans of treasure hunts like The Secret: A Treasure Hunt, or even the treasure hunt I did not too long ago, here's an even better one for you. I've buried 5 metal tins across Europe, each about 6 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 2 inches deep. Below... Continue Reading →

The Treasure is Found

In a former blog post, I created a treasure hunt in the style of Byron Preiss's The Secret (a Treasure Hunt). I hid an opal ring somewhere in the US and crafted a riddle to lead the brightest among you to it. However, I guess my treasure hunt wasn't as difficult as Preiss's because after... Continue Reading →

Happy Hunting

I have completed preparations for the treasure hunt. But there's been a change of plans: no picture. Just a poem. From these 14 lines you will have everything you need to find the prize. What is the prize? Glad you should ask. I had an old ring in my possession studded with a multicolored opal.... Continue Reading →

The Secret (A Treasure Hunt)

In 1982, author Byron Preiss published a book called The Secret (A Treasure Hunt). Inside Preiss included twelve verses and twelve illustrations, masterfully painted by his friend and famous book cover artist John Jude Palencar. The goal was to match each verse to an illustration and solve the riddles to find the 12 ceramic casks buried... Continue Reading →

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