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10/14/06 12:29 am - layered

My fellow volunteers,

I beg you to please, please not follow this link to read my personal recollection of meeting a man masquerading as L this afternoon. It is, however, complete with dreadful description and terrifying photographs, should you be interested in that sort of thing. And I certainly hope that you are not.

With all due respect,
K.

10/12/06 08:59 pm - __uptight

The End is near.

9/16/06 06:22 pm - layered

Oh dear, my fellow volunteers:

Something truly dreadful has come to pass.

The pictures beneath this may be too shocking for you to handle. You have been warned.Collapse )

They grabbed us by the ankles, where their mark was to be made. So, we'll soon be doing noble work, although we won't be paid.

Then they drove us away in secret, and soon we'll be volunteers. We didn't even scream when they told us that the world is quiet here.


Dreadfully yours,
K & D.

9/5/06 11:17 pm - __uptight

My fellow volunteers,

I have just completed The Beatrice Letters. It answered some questions but posed so many more! If any of you code-breakers, anagram experts, actors, or aspiring chefs find any clues, please post them here. I literally finished the book about three minutes ago, so I don't really know what to say about it just yet. I'll have to reread it again, with my commonplace book close at hand. However, I do believe now that there are two Beatrices...and "baticeer" is obviously an anagram for "Beatrice." "My Silence Knot" is an anagram for Lemony Snicket.

Quite honestly, I need your help in figuring out this puzzling...puzzle.

With all due respect,
U.

Edit: the punch out letters are: E, K, E, T, S, A, B, A, C, R, I, and N. They can spell out "Beatrice sank." However, I think we should look for more anagrams, because there might be another.

Also, in my opinion I think the second Beatrice may be a fourth Baudelaire sibling.

Please give your opinions and, if you are so inclined, visit The Quiet World for more discussion from other volunteers.

6/28/06 04:39 pm - snicket_file

My Fellow Volunteers

It has been quite some time since i last updated, i apologise for the delay, however it is often difficult to avoid the Very Frightening Display of a stampede of flame-throwing cattle.
However it came to my attention that there is a strong noble volunteer base in this community so i thought i would take my chances and inform you of my clue gathering community at _vfdsnicketfile if you have any information regarding the Baudelaires please share it here
My gravest apologies if any take offence at this suggestion, and please be warned to click the above link at your own risk as i cannot be accountable for the security of your system, we are not safe.

Yours Faithfully, J

6/21/06 10:23 am - morbid_bunny - Picture

I found the following photo very recently, and thought it extremely curious. Perhaps it's a neophyte...? The older woman doesn't look familiar to me, but it's entirely possible she was in disguise.





On the back, in the faded purple ink, it says:
I came from Stevens Bros.
Hastings, Nebr.
"GET THE HABIT"

Lower down, in more of the faded purple, it says:
C19

However, it is what's written in pencil on the back that made me think that the organization was involved with this picture:
"Here's where she sees R coming from P.O."

Any insights, my friends?

With all due respect,
T

6/21/06 10:19 am - morbid_bunny - Picture

I found the following photo very recently, and thought it extremely curious. Perhaps it's a neophyte...? The older woman doesn't look familiar to me, but it's entirely possible she was in disguise.

On the back, in the faded purple ink, it says:
I came from Stevens Bros.
Hastings, Nebr.
"GET THE HABIT"

Lower down, in more of the faded purple, it says:
C19

However, it is what's written in pencil on the back that made me think that the organization was involved with this picture:
"Here's where she sees R coming from P.O."

Any insights, my friends?

With all due respect,
T

6/1/06 06:04 pm - morbid_bunny

I found a radio snippet of what I believe is L speaking, discussing a book called Adverbs, but he also says a few things about the Baudelaires and other such things. 

Can you detect any codes? 

I've yet to detect anything, but I do think we should scan Adverbs for any urgent pleas for help. 

-T

5/1/06 05:07 am - diello - Sebalt

To my fellow volunteers:
I am new and I believe someone is trying to contact me. My name is F. but some call me D. When my wedding bells have rung, if all goes as planned, I will be Mrs. V. and there's certainly something coincodental about that. But what if there is nothing? No codes, no messages? Do you think that there volunteers out there trying to contact me? At first, I thought that there were signals coming from outside my house. Mother doesn't know what I'm talking about. She said it was nothing. Then what was that noise, I asked. But alas, dearest mother couldn't answer that question. Perhaps I will just have to wait for the noise of those ringing wedding bells, when my name will be of more relavence. Until then,
The world is quiet here.
~f

4/22/06 09:50 pm - __uptight

To my fellow Volunteers,

I've been watching this community from the sidelines, so to speak, but never really had anything to post. However, I am curious as to whether or not any of you have seen "Thirteen Shocking Secrets You'll Wish You Never Knew About Lemony Snicket."

Granted, some of the secrets are not very shocking. However, there is something like a family tree which names people from both sides of the schism, and which I can only assume contains the solution to...something or other. I just cannot make heads or tails of it. Perhaps one of you can?

With all due respect,
U.

P.S. Just a reminder: The Beatrice Letters comes out this September.
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