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Retrievers of Truth
There is a new forum thread explaining what to do with the clues which was already guessed.
Comment on the login is given in this thread.
"iobiSeeingYou: But you can't just grab the brass ring. You've got to have the password and we can't give you that.
DSLerator : Gotta find that one on your own."
Username and password given on Rachel Blake new Post: rblake and allveggie
when that username/password combo is used, a link to this video is given to you.
On http://stophanso.rachelblake.com, Rachel posts about listening in on a meeting between Mittelwerk and members of the Global Health Consortium. Details can be found in the article.
Rachel Blake video
- Rachel has followed Mittelwerk to San Remo; apparently some other THF & GWC bigwigs are there as well, but they are just wining and dining so far
- Rachel says she has a gut instinct that Valenzetti is not dead
- Rachel mentions that her gut instinct being wrong sometimes is "in her genes"
- Rachel says that her mother (unnamed) said she always dreamed of going to San Remo (but not why)
- Rachel signs off with "Goodnight, Mrs. Calabash"
- From the Wikipedia under Jimmy Durante:
The Sorrow of Mrs. Calabash Durante’s radio show was bracketed with two trademarks: “Inka Dinka Doo” as his opening theme, and the invariable signoff that became another familiar national catchphrase: “Good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are.” What Durante’s fans didn’t know—until after his own death—was that the sign-off was his personal salute to his late first wife, Jeanne Olsen, whom he married June 19, 1921. They stayed married until her death on Valentine’s Day in 1943. “Calabash” was a typical Durante mangle of Calabasas, the southern California locale where the couple made their home for the last years of her life.
See Rachel Blake Italy 01 for full video transcript and details of her new post.
- There is a discrepancy: as Speaker rightly points out, the site says Valenzetti was born on the island of Sardinia, whereas GidgetGirl told Rachel Blake that he was born in Sanremo, Italy.
- Speaker wonders if Rachel is in the right place.
- Also the Valenzetti site lists the crash as September 24, 2000. As many, if not all, know, the Crash took place September 22, 2004.
- They have since changed the year to 2004, but not the date.