So this is it. We now know what was to be found in San Diego and was found in Los Angeles, one of the 40 dried flowers sent to Henrik Vanger each year since the unsolved disappearance of his favorite niece, Harriet.
It was the same system as yesterday. The slash word was lust this time and revealed a picture of Bunker Hill and its Angels Flight funicular.
Helped by @Star_Nubalo via twitter, I decided to go and try to find out what was taped behind. Unfortunately, I spent too much time focusing on the wagons and not enough around it. And when I did, Geoffrey McCarthy was already on it.
Thanks to him, we now know what is going on. We can assume that each day there will be a clue to find one of the flower in each town, with a David Fincher signed congratulations note.
McCarthy had to go on the What Is Hidden In Snow website, alerting them that the clue was found. And that’s what you can see now:
So keep an eye open on Mouth Taped Shut, the next flower might be in your city.
Now what will happened once all the clues are unlocked? Is the grid of any use? And what does the year 1989 mean?
To be continued…