Puzzle Box 4


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omgcolinwtf
It's possible... the first 3 dates you could pull (877) (first 3 digits for toll free call... nice.

there arent enough numbers

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mrudden
It's possible... the first 3 dates you could pull (877) (first 3 digits for toll free call... nice.

but then you only got 6 digits left. :(

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malcolmst
It's possible... the first 3 dates you could pull (877) (first 3 digits for toll free call... nice.

It's one digit short from being a phone number though... unless the clue gives something

(I wonder how they're going to have useful clues in fireworks :D)

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juliusblaise
there arent enough numbers

We don't know. the video could provide a final number. anything is possible. as it stands, they've made us call plenty of places to get where we are now. It's not unthinkable this could be another one of those situations

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VirtuconDG

Where is the video already!!!!!!

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peaveykat
It's possible... the first 3 dates you could pull (877) (first 3 digits for toll free call... nice.

We have 9 dates, a telephone number is 10 digits...

peaveykat

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omgcolinwtf
We don't know. the video could provide a final number. anything is possible. as it stands, they've made us call plenty of places to get where we are now. It's not unthinkable this could be another one of those situations

true. there arent enough numbers... unless they give us another number. and some sort of way by which we could find a phone number beyond the initial 877. but, until then, why even bother with it?

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Interface7
need that video ..

i just tried adding the 4 numbers of each date and filling that into the box on the right...but nothing....

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AnthonyP

Well.. the hint says 1 from 4...

We have 9 years, but need 11 numbers for a phone (including 1 to dial)

1-877-xxx-xxx4

?

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mx13punk
We have 9 dates, a telephone number is 10 digits...

peaveykat

what numbers so far?

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Orbitjeff

For backstage, the clue is shaping up... I put the shapes in order from lowest note to highest... (except there are some that are the same...) Think that means anything to anyone? Maybe we only use the horns in the Glen Miller Orchestra?

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garykagan
For Drive In, Year and Director

Batman Forever (1995) - Joel Schumacher

The Ten Commandments (1956) - Cecil B. DeMille

Mars Attacks! (1996) - Tim Burton

The Thing from Another World (1951) - Christian Nyby

The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) - Robert Wise

Yeah - but is says Re Compose

how about the composers:

Batman Forever

Composer : Elliot Goldenthal

Conductor : Jonathan Sheffer

Orchestration / Arrangement : Robert Elhai, Elliot Goldenthal

Producer : Matthias Gohl

Label / No. : Atlantic 82776

Year of release : 1995

Total duration : 44:21

Thing From Another World / Take the High Ground!, The

Composer : Dimitri Tiomkin

Conductor : Dimitri Tiomkin

Label / No. : Film Score Mothly FSMCD Vol. 8, No. 1

Year of release : 1951 / 1953

CD release: 2005

Total duration : 78:42

Ten Commandments, The

Composer : Elmer Bernstein

Label / No. : Trax Music Modem CD1010

Year of release : 1956

CD release: 1988

Total duration : 60:12

Mars Attacks!

Composer : Danny Elfman

Conductor : Artie Kane

Orchestration / Arrangement : Steve Bartek

Producer : Danny Elfman, Steve Bartek and Ellen Segal

Label / No. : Atlantic Classics 82992

Year of release : 1996

Total duration : 46:52 (score 41:46)

Day The Earth Stood Still, The

Composer : Bernard Herrmann

Conductor : Joel McNeely

Producer : Robert Townson

Label / No. : Varese Sarabande VSD 6314

Year of release : 1951

CD release: 2003

Total duration : 38:43

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LiThIuM

thx to sin-vrall (irc-uf) for solving bermuda triangle =)

er....yeah. memorial plate that is =)

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Jacki Boi

It's 3:35 AM, now don't say iv waited up this long to find out the video isn't out till the morning! (hoping they arnt including the after-party in this video which will make it later :cry: )

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stuand
For backstage, the clue is shaping up... I put the shapes in order from lowest note to highest... (except there are some that are the same...) Think that means anything to anyone? Maybe we only use the horns in the Glen Miller Orchestra?

Anyone here musically talented. maybe the notes spell something?

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Maximus84

Answer to Memorial Plaque: Ray Brown (Thanx to Sin_Vraal)

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AnthonyP

Memorial Plaque: Ray Brown (from IRC - Sin_Vraal)

<Sin_Vraal> take the letters from the ship name that are indexed by the date #s -- DATE SHIP

<Sin_Vraal> so for mary celeste i think it was THCY

<Sin_Vraal> do that and put them in the boxes next to the ship names

<Sin_Vraal> then make words

<Sin_Vraal> you can make...

<Sin_Vraal> CRSYTAL DR

<Sin_Vraal> Dr. Ray Brown found an atlantis fire-crystal in the bahamas at the tip of the bermuda triangle

<Sin_Vraal> and thus the answer is... ray Brown

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Chenggong

For those working on the meta-puzzle, here's a GOOD reconstruction of the tiles:

VP2.jpg

You're welcome.

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Horangi
Anyone here musically talented. maybe the notes spell something?

Square, saturn, butterfly = E

Circle, Smiley = D

Star = C

Heart = G

Bug = F

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Walmer
For those working on the meta-puzzle, here's a GOOD reconstruction of the tiles:

VP2.jpg

You're welcome.

What did you use to put that together?

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ericquip

OK...found all the white boxes...

"collectionplate" shows 36 of 36...but then nothing else happens.

Tried IE and Firefox.

Am I missing something?

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