Solution: 6
Sunday, 24 October 2010 16:43

There are several observations which should lead teams to think of Shakespeare:

- the newspaper's name (~Globe Theater in London),

- well known stories,

- anagrams hidden in the text referring to existing characters or places.

For matching articles to specific plays it's good to notice that their headlines have as many words as the plays' original names (and those words are of the same length, btw).

Now another suspicious thing are the authors' initials. Yes, they indicate which letters to pick from the original plays' titles.

Last but not least, dates indicate in which order one should sort the articles.

Reading out only the chosen letters gives NEAR WATERFALL.

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 October 2010 17:50