King Rabbit's "Bonus Content"


I started getting that feeling too, @Robert


Perhaps he’s late, he’s late for a very important date?


Ha! I’d much prefer him frantic and nervous to churlish and patronizing.


The answer is “05280404Tick-Tock02340458” where numbers is a time in video of “EYE OF THE MOONS” fragments


Bloody Brilliant @Piki !


@Piki you genius! Well done!


I’ve been trying Reginald Ackerly 1981 and variations of that for the second one without luck. That’s the only child I think we know about in relation to all this who’s died. It’s the wrong number of characters but I figured was worth a try.


What does it mean when you click on the link after entering the magic word in tick-tock? There was a link to an image of a piece of paper that said “the second draft”


I’m just guessing here, but there are 2 types of handwriting in the fragments. One printed and one more handwritten and flowing like the segment that says ‘second draft’. That might be telling us the handwritten parts are a newer version and take precedence if there’s a conflict.


So the sixteen Xs were relevant, now we need to figure out what the single “X” means.


James Ackerly Price had one child, Reginald who was stillborn.


That’s an interesting question. I never considered the X as significant.


What do we know about Deirdre’s grandmother? Her grandmother was Sylvia Sullivan and she took her life in 1977. I’m assuming Deirdre’s father was named for his mother’s maiden name. The reason I mention this is because Sullivan is the only 8 letter last name I can find that might fit the final bonus clue. But Sylvia only has six letters, not seven. So did Sullivan Green have an older sibling that died in childhood? I can’t find anything.

Grrr… I want that last clue!


What about Deirdre Sullivan? Would be a 7 / 8 combination. She is the oldest living heir, but still young. was there a day when she nearly died?.. EDIT: No makes no sense :wink:


My version of ‘thinking out loud’ incoming. This will likely be of no value to anyone, even me.

We still have no idea what these 4 epitaphs are for.

  • Illustrator Helen Wilde did not die in 1966
  • Messman Valentine Baker did not die in 1942
  • Seamstress Lily Wilson did not die in 1901
  • Brandon Lachmann did not die in 1986

Okay, what do we know?

  • Helen Wilde was born Helen Ashman and was an art student. I can’t find proof she was an illustrator, but it’s a reasonable go to. She died in 1966. Her connection to the first puzzle was obvious because she was the first wife of John Wilde who painted the painting at the center of the first clue.

  • Valentine Baker - A British Air Force officer who died as a test pilot in 1942. I don’t see how he fits the definitions I can find of ‘Messman’ which I see as a naval offer who works in a messhall. Baker started his career as a mechanic. I also see zero connections to the art piece. Do I even have the right Valentine Baker? I don’t see another who died in 1942.

  • Lily Wilson. More or less a blank slate. I can find public records of a Lily Wilson who died in 1901 in Ireland.

Lily Wilson
Daughter of John and Agnes Wilson
Date of Death: 08/05/1901

No idea if she was a seamstress, or this is the right person. I don’t see how she could be connected to the Lenape, or an art installation in the Staten Island Ferry.

  • Brandon Lachmann - This one utterly confuses me. The death year is given as 1986 which should easily be recent enough to find records on. I can’t find records of anyone with this name in search engines as doing anything alive, much less dying.

Also of interesting note. Brandon Lachmann has 7 letters in his first name, 8 in the second like the spaces we’re looking for. So far using that name, or finding an anagram of Brandon Lachmann has proven useless.

  • Half-ass conclusions.

  • While there started out a strong connection between the puzzles and the epitaphs it looks like they got more and more obscure as time went on.

  • Not being able to find information on 2 of these 4 is disturbing, but it’s possible I’m just bad at it. I couldn’t even find a fire at a Ferry Terminal on a given day in history. Perhaps someone else can dig up info on these people? If no information on them is available, then I suppose we have to guess that their backgrounds are unimportant to the puzzles at hand.

  • The theory I most liked so far is that these were people who had not died before our memories were wiped, but in this new world they had. But Lily died long before anyone’s memory was wiped, and Brandon died long after. I’m not sure how those years tie into the whole concept of an alternate world.

  • The words above the epitaphs are ‘HereNorThere’ which is usually part of the phrase Neither Here Nor There, which means ‘this doesn’t matter’. Maybe this is all a wild random goose chase and not necessary.

New DG Post: M. Grey Ackerly

You might have the Wrong Baker.
The Vincent Valentine Baker that I found was on the USS Muskogee that was sunk by Reinhard Hardegen (which was memorialized in the Merchant Marine Memorial at Battery Park, NY.

But I agree that Lily Wilson and Brandon Lachmann are black holes.


I found a brandon lachmann who ia old enough to have been alive in 1986, but he is listed as still alive.


Anybody gotten the site burrowinthefray to work?


No, burrowinthefray went down unfortunately at the end of Fragment 12. Many of the sites that helped us in the past were lost on that day due to the Storm arriving and attempting to wipe us out.

Keep up the research though! Just don’t worry about the details or trails in the older fragments too much.