The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Part 4
- The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Prologue
- The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Part 1
- The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Part 2
- The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Part 3
- The Mystery Of Cash Castle: Part 4
- The Mystery of Cash Castle: Part 8
- The Mystery of Cash Castle: Part 5
- The Mystery of Cash Castle: Part 7
- The Mystery of Cash Castle: Part 6
Each letter discloses four items; a worn ace playing card that has the same symbol of the wax seal on the outside, the photograph of a tall man with an orange ascot, a credit card, and a letter with calligraphy writing. Each letter has the following message:
“Hello (name of either Nia (human), Bernard, Hikari, Kofi, or Nia (rat) follows), my dear friend. If you are reading this message, I hope you are doing fine right now. I’m sorry I am only writing to you now, but I’ve been keeping busy with so many tasks. One of them, unfortunately, is hounding me this very minute, and it is for this reason that I’m contacting you.
I ask for one thing; can it be possible that you can visit the Cash Castle?
I know this seems to be too much, but I have reasons for you to come. There is a man whose name is Flip, and he seems to express interest in obtaining my fortune, including my castle which he plans to tear down as he deems it “an eyesore for the local community”. He’s been hounding me continuously for months now. He does not appear to be violent, but I still have my suspicions. Anyhow, the reason I want you to come is that you are quite possibly the only chance the castle has to be. I’m leaving you as one of four recipients for my fortune.
You have a special place in my mind and heart, and I want to reward you by giving you this opportunity. I hope that you are willing to make the travel arrangements. The credit card in your letter has more than enough money for a round trip to Monaco, and some of the extra can go for lodgings, souvenirs, and other vacation expenses. I have only three requests for you:
- Please bring the card you have and keep it safe.
- Don’t trust Flip. He is a pasty white 6-foot male who always wears an orange ascot. I hope the picture will help you identify him.
- Be kind (to) the four other guests. You all have an equal share of my inheritance.
Please make the arrangements necessary with my butler by contacting her phone. I’m awaiting your arrival by 27th of May.
Be careful, yet kind.