Queenie Conundrum 2010 Solved


The Golden Queenie Conundrum 2010 Solved

Solve the clues and visit each location where you will see a letter thus helping solve the location of clue 6, proceed and find the Queenie, ring the number and give the code

1  Sounds like a niche where time stands still  (Cregneish )

But there’s NO stopping there, so on up that far hill  (towards chasm )

Harry Webb’s ( cliffs real name ) in bad shape, oh dear he has split  (chasm )

But our clue waits the person just happy to sit  ( shelter at chasms )

Letter E

2. This holy man( saint ) joins up with get-set and go ( marks )

While the lords of the ring invite a hello (Manx Telecom )

Seeing red? well why not examine behind? (phone box )

A sail’s end (clew )could encourage our quiz to unwind

Letter Y

3. Through the glass clearly  a head we can sea (telescope )

There’s nothing obscured, but close by there could be  (obsura )

A nudge towards where an answer is found  (on railings )

To a treasure that lies not above but below ground

Letter X

4.Be our adder? said quickly , that sounds good advice  ( Bradda Head )

To discover where Merlin’s mixed up on the heights. ( milners )

A substantial lock towering there over your head.  (tower )

So check for a clue. Up and up I’d have said.  ( up the stairs )

Letter A

5. Passing the links and we can see the light  ( golflinks to Langness )

But no need for top gear, something fishy’s in sight  ( herring tower )

A cool head might be needed to tackle this climb  ( tower )

But don’t try it , just inside will do us just fine.  ( letter inside door )

Letter L

Now in Laxey

6. Head for sea level to continue your chase  ( name of house on prom  )

over the crest of the wave , sunrise in your face  (over the road from wave crest )

if a friend is in trouble then give them a ring  (lifebelt )

or try by the post to contact  fred`s offspring ( lifebelt attached to post )  ( under pebbles )

under the pebbles it was written ‘Call  and get the last clue’

Last clue

where there`s a will then theres a way  ( King Williams college  Ronaldsway  )

strange but true  its proverb day    ( mount strange,  real name of Hango Hill )

down the path from a fine weather abode  ( old building former summer house )

a hole in the wall will reveal the code  (in a tub in wall )