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September 19, 2006

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jimw19

A question for M. Ginal:
Of the 22 cases of Canadian Club hidden throughout the world, I have pretty good information to the effect that 5 of the cases were never found. Do you know if Canadian Club might ever consider publishing any additional clues for any of the remaining cases? These 5 cases are in Lake Placid, NY; The Yukon (King Solomon's Dome) McCaffrey & McCall hid one in The Yukon, but it was found before they went to press, so they hid a second; The North Pole (Probably never to be found); Ujiji, Tanzania; and Robinson Crusoe Island off the coast of Chile.
At the risk of sounding like I'm begging, I'd appreciate any hints you might be able to offer. Thanks, Jim W.
james.willhoft@gte.net

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