Agents in the field have obtained this information:
- There is a file called repair.html in the same directory as the original puzzle, which had errors. BE SURE YOU ARE USING THE NEW VERSION!
- The white parts are transparent.
- Are you looking at the right patterns in Building 56? Ignore the floor.
- Use the patterns as masks.
- The pentominoes fit into a 6x10 rectangle.
- You have to solve each side separately.
- The answer spirals.
- This is not a simple substitution cipher.
- The plaintext is almost a well known poem.
- The aforementioned poem is from a classic children's book.
- This really is a cryptogram. [small hint]
- This is a substitution cipher. [medium hint]
- There are extra letters. [MAJOR hint]
- Note: the puzzle also contains a built in hint.
- 1-25-94 should read 2-25-94.
- The numbers really are dates.
- There is something associated with each date.
- The things associated with the dates in each column form a group.
- The eBay website might be helpful.
- Do the colors remind you of anything? Both computer added colors and original crayon colors have (different) signifigance.
- Position on the page is relavent (think Wackie Wordies).
- You are looking for a pair of letters from each stop. If you can name the correct T station, but not the letters in the signs, give us a call anyway.
- Note that 'without' is in boldface.
- The riddle is instructions for decrypting the string.
- The riddle asks you to recall two things you should have learned throughout the course of the puzzle.
- Without these things...
- This puzzle contains typos. They are not relevant.
- The TV stations are real, but are the locations correct?
- The answer is one word and appears within the puzzle.
- These were all written by the same composer.
- Figure out the BWV numbers.
- You've got an IP address.
- You received an email from alynn regarding "bulletin from Toronto". (Please contact ACME if you need this information again).