Pocket Jamie Treasure Hunt


So you want a Pocket Jamie, do you? Well, for a chance to win you’ll need to be clever and tenacious and follow us on a perilous journey through shark-infested waters. Well, ok maybe not so much perilous, unless you count the risk of losing hours of your life in exploring the Outlander sites you’ll have to find to get the missing treasure map pieces.

The clues below will lead you to pages on other websites (outlanderhub.com can help you find those websites if you search for the letters in bold). On those sites, you’re looking for pieces of a treasure map, which will have the look of the map on the header of the page. The clues below will help lead you to the correct page on the other sites. You may have to scroll down the page on the other sites to find the map piece.

Most of the map pieces will have a letter on them. When you piece the map together it will spell a word. Then enter that word here to get entered into the Pocket Jamie Treasure Hunt drawing.

Clue 1: This will be a long journey, so you might try Diving In to a podcast to keep you entertained along the way.

Clue 2: Before heading out, you should probably do some research on suitable ocean-going vessels. Might I suggest checking out some fun facts on the HMS Porpoise?

Clue 3. If you value your Outlander life, you may want to run over to the armory and pick up a sword or a musket to take with you.

Clue 4: One thing every Outlander Fan should know is what the prize is? Do you remember what you’re looking for?

Clue 5: If you’re bored out on the high seas and you’ve already re-read all your books cover to cover, might we suggest a drinking game to pass the time?

Clue 6: I’m not sure how to make sense of this next clue. Some hooligans have found a page from a book of faces? That can’t be right. Maybe you’ll have better luck.

Clue 7: Late-breaking tv news. Rumor has it that the prize may have passed through LA during some kind of invasion.

Clue 8: I bet all this searching has made you hungry. You deserve a treat. Better head to the kitchen for some of Stephen Bonnet’s Salted Chocolate Pretzel Balls.

Clue 9: And you’re almost done. Your tenacity is such an inspiration to the Youth. And that is a gift that just keeps giving.

 And it should be smooth sailing from here on out. Just go here and announce your final destination

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