Alright, you constructed the totems, set them up and spun them on the wheel. Now, what is the last step to turn off this nasty curse?
You run up to the lighthouse and the wheel spins. Looking straight down at the top of the poles, you see a message …
PLAY DEL’S LUR HORN!
It’s so obvious. Much like the island’s first visitor, playing the horn summons good luck. In this case, it turns away the curse. Sure enough, you blow into Del’s lur horn and the clouds part, rain stops and the sun returns.
You’ve done it. Now the wedding can continue as planned. Great work, Detective!
Hmm … while that’s a good guess, it’s not quite going to reverse the curse. Possible you missed something? Are you looking straight down at the totems and then turning the wheel to make out the words?
Do you think you know the password? Well, there’s only one thing to do. Let’s give it a shot!
You enter the password and try the drawer. It opens easily revealing a book inside!
Leah picks up the book with the title “My Very Favorite Book”. Inside are pictures of Leah and her grandfather throughout her life. In one, she walks down the street holding his hand. In another, he reads to her. In yet another, they play catch with a baseball outside in the yard.
“Wow,” says Leah. “This is truly the most prized treasure I could ask for.” She looks up at her friends. “Thank you so much for helping me find it.”
Congratulation, Detective! You’ve done it. You’ve cracked the case and helped a friend in the process. We hope you enjoyed this case!
You try the drawer but it doesn’t budge. Sorry, that doesn’t seem to be it. Let’s try it again!
Hello detective. Are you ready to solve? First, tell us which case are you working on?
Mystery at the Lux Museum
Case of the Wayward Sleigh
Scavenge in the Attic
Curse of Arcana Island
Alright, you should have checked Santa’s test plan. Where is Santa?
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“Nope no sign of Santa there, let’s keep trying!”
Alright, this is it. Where do you think the Golden Owl is hidden?
Breaking News: Rookie Detective Cracks Case!
The Shady Maples Police Department are forever thankful to you for solving this mystery. After reviewing the poem and the answers to each puzzle, the police decided to open up the tall drum in the music room. As suspected, the police were relieved to find the golden owl inside and pulled it out to amazement of museum visitors.
Kieran Lux most likely stole the artifact with the intention of selling it for a small fortune. When his sister spotted the owl, he hid it inside the drum. Caryn knew this and her guilt forced her to write the poem, hoping it would one day be retrieved. The owl has since been returned to its rightful owners who are very grateful for your discovery. You and the Clever Kids Detective Club will be honored by the police for your very clever efforts. On behalf of everyone, thank you!